College Football Betting – 2007 Navy Midshipmen Preview

The 2006 Navy Midshipmen 12-1 overall, 7-1 Big Ten were one of the favorite team of college football betting players going 9-2-1 against the football betting pointspread.

College football betting fans know that the Navy Midshipmen have been an excellent story under head coach Paul Johnson. They have been to four straight bowl games. College football betting fans see that last year Navy went 9-4 straight up and 7-5 against the NCAA football betting lines. Navy had the best rushing offense in the nation last year averaging 327 YPG. The passing game was last in the nation averaging only 56 yard per game. K-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (50% COMP, 384 YDs, 5 TDs, 1 INT) is back in addition to the entire backfield that includes senior FB Adam Ballard (154 CAR, 792 YDs, 3 TDs). 5-foot-6 senior Reggie Campbell (706 yards, 7.1 yards per carry).

NCAA College football betting fans know that Campbell tied an NCAA bowl game record with 5 TDs against Colorado State two years ago. College football betting fans know that the offense scored 28.2 PPG while the defense held opponents to 20.1 PPG. College football betting fans know that the problem for Navy in 2007 is they return only two defensive starters. ILB Clint Sovie (61 tackles, 43 solo, 2 INTs) is the only LB that returns. Football betting fans are aware that Navy replaces three offensive linemen but should still move the ball well. Football betting players feel Navy definitely needs to find some players on defense, especially in the secondary where the only returning starter is cornerback Rashawn King.

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College football betting fans know that Navy was 9-2 against the football betting spread in 2003, 7-5 ATS last season and that totals 31-14 ATS over the last four seasons. College football betting fans believe that the schedule is favorable to Navy this season. College football betting fans know that they do have road games at Rutgers, Pitt and Notre Dame but the schedule does have some wins on it. College football betting fans believe that they should win at Temple, home against Ball State, home against Duke, home against Delaware, home against Northern Illinois and against Army. College football betting fans think that they could also beat Air Force and should be competitive with Pittsburgh, North Texas and Rutgers. College football betting fans think it is unlikely they will win at Notre Dame but every other game on the schedule they should be in.

Football betting players know that Navy has already committed to play in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl if they win six games. College football betting fans believe that should not be a problem with the offensive firepower Navy has for 2007.

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