Military Bowl Betting: Toledo vs. Air Force

One of the newest Bowl games comes out to party on December 28th when the Toledo Rockets take on the Air Force Falcons in Washington D.C. at the Military Bowl.  The game takes place in RFK Stadium and has been a fixture in December since 2008.  The sportsbook always has its’ eyes on the prize with Toledo at -3 and the over/under at 70.  

Toledo goes into action with an 8-4 overall record and they lead the standings in the MAC West Division with a 7-1 record.  With a fairly balanced run and pass attack, the Rockets are 11th in total offense in the nation.  Toledo is winless in two games against ranked opponents this season.  Toledo finds themselves not only in a lame duck situation for a head coach, but in this case the duck already flew the coop.  Tim Beckman was hired by Illinois on December 9th and has already left the team.  Offensive Coordinator Matt Campbell was initially promoted as Beckman’s replacement on an interim basis, but that escalated very rapidly in the past few days after rumblings from Beckman to possibly sway Campbell to join him in Urbana-Champaign were reported.  Campbell’s promotion is now permanent and his trial by fire will be in Military Bowl. Check the College Football Odds for Toledo vs. Air Force game.

 
 
Air Force flies into play with a 7-5 overall record and a disappointing 3-4 record in the MWC. Head coach Troy Calhoun is in his fifth year with an overall record of 34-18.  Their offense packs a wallop, putting up 458.8 total offense yards per game, which is good enough for 21st in the nation.  The real meat and potatoes of the Air Force offense lies in the ground game, the Falcons average 320.3 rushing yards a game.  Air Force is led by senior QB Tim Jefferson Jr and he’s teamed up in the backfield by senior RB Asher Clark.  Clark is also bolstered by junior FB Mike DeWitt and senior WR Zack Kauth is always a danger on third down.

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