Army Black Knights NCAA Point Spread Numbers

NCAA point spread numbers show that Army went 3-9 straight up and 4-6-1 against the football spreads NCAA number in 2007.

Army was 4-6 in terms of over/unders versus NCAA point spread numbers in 2007. Here are more football spreads NCAA numbers from the 2007 Black Knights. NCAA point spread data on Army shows that the Black Knights started well going 3-3 but then didn’t win another game all year. Army turned the ball over with regularity and the defense was weak.

The offensive player of the year for Army according to NCAA point spread stats was wide receiver Jeremy Trimble. He was about the only offensive threat on a very weak offense. The defensive player of the year according to NCAA point spread data was safety Caleb Campbell. One of the few highlights for Army was the win against Tulane in early October when the Black Knights won in overtime. Not much went right after that win. Getting blown out by Navy 38-3 was humiliating as gamblers that bet the NCAA point spread remember.

The 2008 season in terms of NCAA point spread numbers for Army will show some changes. First year head coach Stan Brock will try and change the entire mindset at Army. Quarterback Carson Williams should be improved and the offense may move the ball. NCAA point spread stats show that Army will miss Trimble though. The team also has to replace some offensive line starters and three starters in the secondary according to football spreads NCAA data.

Army must hang onto the ball better in 2008. The defense forced 21 turnovers but the offense gave it away 31 times according to football spreads NCAA numbers. Looking at the overall stats it is not hard to see why Army struggled. They were a pathetic 117th in total yards in the country according to NCAA point spread stats. They were 116th in points scored in the country according to NCAA point spread stats. The defense was not much better ranking 92nd in total yards allowed and 85th in points allowed in the nation according to NCAA point spread stats.