Free 2017 College Football Point Spread Predictions, and Odds: Navy Midshipmen at Memphis Tigers.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Betting Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Expert news and notes.

College Football Picks are again winning at a remarkable rate and will continue to the BCS Title Game in January 2018.

The (5-0) And Twenty-fourth Ranked Navy Midshipmen of the American Athletic Conference West Division are taking the trip to the “VOLUNTEER STATE” for a week six divisional matchup. Navy takes on the (4-1) Memphis Tigers also of the AAC West in 2017 College Football action.

Game time is at 3:45 PM EST on Saturday. October 14, 2017.

The ESPNU Television Network will broadcast the game. The teams will play at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee.

The Best Football Handicapper is a fan of Navy Football as well as most of the nation. The kids in Annapolis are future leaders of the Country, and it shows with their effort on the football field.

The College Football culture in the City of Memphis is changing for the better. Justin Fuentes began the process, and Mike Norvell is taking it to the next level.

The Opening Betting line has the Memphis Tigers as a Three And A Half Point Home Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is Seventy-Five And A Half Points for Saturday’s contest.

The 2017 Navy Midshipmen come into Saturday’s matchup with a perfect record. Navy is 3-2 Against The Number through Five Weeks this season and 2-0 ATS on the road.

Navy has beaten Memphis in both meetings the past two seasons and look to make it three straight Saturday.

Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo is a fierce competitor who has taken the football program to new heights at the service academy.

The Midshipmen took care of rival Air Force last Saturday in a high scoring affair. Even though the Midshipmen got the victory, the coaching staff was unpleased with their performance in front of a sellout home crowd.

Niumatalolo believes Memphis is one of the best offensive football teams in the nation and gave his team just one day to celebrate.

It is going to be a significant American Athletic Conference West Division football game.

The key to a Navy victory is to play tight man to man defense on the Memphis wideouts. Navy will be able to move the football at will against the Tigers suspect defense.

Bovada.Lv has the Navy Midshipmen Over win total at Seven Games for the 2017 Football Campaign.

 

The Memphis Tigers beat Connecticut last Friday Night in front of a national television audience on the road.

Seventy Points is what the Tiger offense put on the scoreboard. Memphis has gone over the betting odds total in for of the five games this season.

Quarterback Riley Ferguson lit the Connecticut defense up for seven touchdown passes and over four hundred yards through the air.

Senior wideout and homegrown Anthony Miller caught 15 passes for two hundred and twenty-four yards. Miller came to the institute as a walk-on and is now one of the best in the nation at his position.

However, the defense has issues, and it will continue against the triple option of Navy.

Memphis must take advantage of the home crowd and exploit the Midshipmen secondary.

The Tigers should have extra incentive against Navy; they are 0-2 since the two programs joined the American Athletic Conference.

Bovada.Lv has the Memphis Tigers at Under Eight, And A Half Wins for the 2017 NCAA Football season.

Winning, NCAA Football Betting Predictions.

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