Who is favored to win the Badger game?
Wisconsin is a 7.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. It is -320 on the money line and Colgate is +250. The over/under for the game is set at 138.5 points.
What’s the spread on the Wisconsin Army game?
Odds for Wisconsin vs. ArmyFavoriteSpreadTotalWisconsin-1437.5Oct 16, 2021
How many points is Wisconsin favored by?
Wisconsin is favored by 6.5 points, according to WynnBET.
Are Badgers favored to win?
The Badgers are favorites to win the game tonight. They are favored by 7 points, according to WynnBET. The odds for the Badgers to cover the spread are -115 (bet $115 to win $100).
Who is favored Iowa or Wisconsin?
Check out these odds, picks and predictions for the contest. Wisconsin is a 3.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook.
How can I watch the army in Wisconsin?
How to watch: Wisconsin vs. ArmyHow to watch:Matchup: Army Black Knights at Wisconsin Badgers.Where: Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis.When: Oct. … Where to watch: Big Ten Network (BTN)Where to stream: Fox Sports App or Foxsports.com/Live.More items…•
Can Minnesota upset Wisconsin?
Iowa in Big Ten Championship Game.
Who’s favored Minnesota or Wisconsin?
Wisconsin Badgers: Betting Odds, Football Pick. Wisconsin absolutely owns the recent rivalry with Minnesota, winning the last 12 meetings in a row. But the Golden Gophers, in keeping many of those games close, are 6-3 against the spread over the last nine meetings.
Who favored Wisconsin vs Nebraska?
The BadgersThe Badgers are favored by 7.5 points in the latest Nebraska vs. Wisconsin odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under is set at 145.
Army West Point at Wisconsin
Kickoff: Saturday, Oct. 16 at 8 p.m. ET
TV: Big Ten Network
Spread: Wisconsin -14
When Army West Point Has the Ball
Army is a team that will beat you by running the ball. Repeatedly. Case in point — Army has attempted 33 total passes in five games this season with 16 completions, four touchdowns, and two interceptions. Christian Anderson is Army’s quarterback, but Anderson also is the team’s leading rusher with 431 yards.
When Wisconsin Has the Ball
The Badgers seemed to return to their traditional style of play last week versus Illinois, rushing for 391 yards. Chez Mellusi has emerged as Wisconsin’s lead back as he went for 154 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries in the win over the Fighting Illini.
So far in 2021, Wisconsin’s season has not gone as expected. At 2-3 overall and 1-2 in Big Ten play, the Badgers will need to start racking up the victories if they have any hope of catching Iowa for the West Division title.
Army vs Wisconsin odds
Odds via the Covers Line, an average comprised of odds from multiple sportsbooks.
Army vs Wisconsin betting preview
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Under 39.0 (-110)
That opening number of 43.5 would obviously have been preferable, and taking any Under below 40 takes a certain amount of fortitude, but asking these two teams to combine for six touchdowns is akin to asking them to forsake their entire identities.
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Why Army Will Win
Outside of the top teams with the elite talent, few teams are better suited to deal with the Wisconsin slow style.
Must See Rating: 3
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Army vs. Wisconsin Matchup Analysis
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Army vs. Wisconsin Betting Pick
The health of quarterback Christian Anderson is paramount to the success of Army’s triple-option attack. Service academies are generally plug-and-play at the quarterback position, but Anderson provides an explosive spark to the Army offense.
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Wisconsin looks to carry momentum from last weekend’s 24-0 win at Illinois tonight when it will face off with the Army Black Knights under the lights at Camp Randall Stadium.
Oct 9, 2021; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Braelon Allen (0) runs over Fighting Illini defensive back Kerby Joseph (25) in the first half at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Johnson-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 11, 2021; Madison, Wisconsin, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Chez Mellusi (6) rushes with the football during the second quarter against the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Camp Randall Stadium. Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
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What to Watch: Army’s Triple Option Offense
It’s going to be hat-on-a-hat, assignment football for Wisconsin’s defense on Saturday.
What to Watch – Can Wisconsin Run Against Army’s Front Seven?
On the other side of the football, Wisconsin will be looking to do the same thing to Army…wear them down in the trenches.
What to Watch – Will the Badgers Start Getting Their Receivers Involved?
When Wisconsin faced Eastern Michigan in week two, they passed on a golden opportunity to start building confidence in the passing game. In a game they controlled from start to finish, the Badgers passed just 17 times, mostly safe throws for Graham Mertz.
Prediction – Mike Hogan
From what we’ve seen so far, teams need to throw the ball to beat the Badgers. Michigan did that in a 38-17 victory at Camp Randall Stadium a few weeks ago, Notre Dame did that (with help from two defensive touchdowns) at Soldier Field and Penn State hit a handful of big plays through the air in the season opener.
Army vs Wisconsin Spread & Odds
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Army vs Wisconsin Prediction & Pick
All NCAAF predictions & expert picks are according to numberFire.
Winning Percentage Prediction: Army: (19.7%) | Wisconsin: (80.3%)