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Bet Navy Midshipmen – Midshipmen Could Be A Bettor’s Best Friend In 2010

Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/6/2010 2:08:50 PM
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2009 Navy Midshipmen Betting Recap

Navy showed online betting players that they were going to be a force to be reckoned with when they went to Columbus to visit then-No.6 Ohio State, and a botched two-point conversion killed the Midshipmen in a 31-27 loss.  Navy rolled to a 32-14 win over Louisiana Tech before falling at Pittsburgh by a score of 27-14, which was the only time all season that the Midshipmen lost by double-digit numbers.  Navy then went on a roll, winning five in a row, starting at home against Western Kentucky and Air Force before a 63-14 demolition on the road of Rice.  The next win wasn’t so easy as the Midshipmen needed overtime to take out SMU on the road, then they edged Wake Forest 13-10 at home.  The Midshipmen may have been exhausted by the time they reached a home game against Temple, falling 27-24, but they rebounded with a 23-21 upset at then-No.22 Notre Dame, and a romp over Delaware.  After a 27-24 loss at Hawaii, the Midshipmen went on to their eighth consecutive win over Army in a 17-3 victory, then Navy rolled to a 35-13 beating of Missouri in the Texas Bowl. 

Navy was, again, an option team, but they ran it well, finishing fourth in the nation in rushing.  Quarterback Ricky Dobbs ran for over 1,000 yards despite playing in the Texas Bowl with a cracked kneecap, while Vince Murray wasn’t far behind.  Navy attempted 110 passes, and Marcus Curry and Bobby Doyle had 10 catches apiece for the Midshipmen, who were 119th in passing.  Navy was 34th in defense in 2009, and they were 31st in the nation in rush defense despite coming in 120th in tackles for losses.


2010 Preview To Bet Navy Midshipmen

Not many NCAA football betting players thought betting on Navy to reach 10 wins was a pipe dream last year, but they did it, and the stakes could be higher this year.  Dobbs may be allowed to air it out a bit more because of Navy’s depth at receiver, but the Midshipmen will still be a running team, especially with Murray and backup pivot Kriss Proctor, who apparently was the star of the spring practices.  The Midshipmen lost some important pieces to their defense, especially at linebacker, but Wyatt Middleton is a very good safety and will be watching Navy on the back end. 

The Midshipmen will open up the season with a neutral-site meeting with Maryland, but how neutral is the site when the game will be held in Baltimore?  Still, this shows that the Midshipmen want to be taken seriously and aren’t afraid to play what is essentially a road game.  The Midshipmen will host Georgia Southern in their home opener before heading out on a three-game road trip to Louisiana Tech, Air Force and Wake Forest.  Next is a home game against SMU, a neutral-site game against Notre Dame at the new Meadowlands Stadium, then Navy will welcome Duke to town.  The Midshipmen kick off November at East Carolina, before ending the season with visits from Central Michigan and Arkansas State, and then they’ll conclude the season with the annual rivalry meeting with Army in Philadelphia.

Another 10-win season isn’t out of the question for the Midshipmen, and they should go out in the season opener against Maryland with a chip on their shoulder.  Some people are talking up Dobbs’ chances to win the Heisman, and he’ll be the force behind the offense, although Proctor will see some work as well.  A bowl isn’t even a goal for the Midshipmen anymore: they’ll be aiming to play much later in December.  Give betting on Navy a good, hard look in your sports betting book this year.

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