College Football Picks Week 16 – Annual Army-Navy Top Game On TV

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The Navy Midshipmen are 6-5 on the season and rank second in the country with a ground attack that averages 357 yards per game. Much more impressive is the fact that they played the Ohio State Buckeyes and Notre Dame Fighting Irish this year, and finished the game against the Buckeyes with 370 rushing yards and a 5.9 yards per carry average. The Army Black Knights can be found in with an archive below .500, but additionally they count on a rushing attack that averages significantly more than 300 yards on a lawn per game, causeing the match-up between two virtually identical squads.

College Football Picks Week 16 - Annual Army-Navy Top Game On TVNavy Midshipmen @ Army Black Knights

Saturday December 13, 2014 – 3 PM ET

College Football Odds: Navy -15

Navy has thrown the ball just 115 times all season long and figure to keep that number low this coming Saturday against another run dominant Army squad. They’ve relied heavily on Keenan Reynolds to transport the strain since the quarterback leads the team with 205 carries for 1,082 yards. The team’s leading running back is Noah Copeland, a large fullback who’s averaging 8.2 yards per carry this year and has recently ran for a career-high 859 yards. Navy has had the opportunity to go the ball on a lawn and score points against all their opponents this year, even the ranked ones, which explains why it’s expected they run throughout the Army Black Knights this Saturday and try their finest to cover a 15-point spread. The Navy defense has been nothing special this year, holding opponents to under 20 points one time, helping to make this match-up a toss up because of the two plus touchdown spread.

The Black Knights haven’t even thrown the football 100 times this year, and just like the Midshipmen they’re also a squad that has a running quarterback who’s leading the team in carries and features a shot at finishing the summer season with over 1,000 yards on the ground. Angel Santiago could be the senior signal-caller for Army, and with only three career touchdown passes it’s obvious he wont be airing out the ball this coming Saturday. This is a game where you are able to expect 80 or more combined rushing attempts, helping to make for a interesting match-up since the team who breaks more long runs is usually the one who likely can become on top. Army’s offense hasn’t been as consistent as that of the Midshipmen, meaning this game could escape hand early if Navy arrives willing to play.

College Football Picks -One of the very prestigious college football games of the season will soon be showcased this weekend and even though the Navy Midshipmen are the easy pick to win the game, they aren’t the easy sports betting pick as a 15-point spread will soon be no easy task to cover. Navy is in a dish game, whereas the Black Knights aren’t and will treat this match-up as their season finale. While Army is the most obvious underdog, both team’s will move the ball at a slower pace this weekend and finish with a tightly contested score. College Football Picks: Army Plus the points.

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