Head Coach Ken Niumatalolo must bounce back from a 3-10 debacle in 2018.
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The Navy Midshipmen offense produced (349.5) yards of offense per contest with their 5th ranked rushing attack doing the majority of damage against opponents. However, they only completed 54 passes (72.8) yards per games which was 130th in the FBS. Niumatalolo will move slotback Malcolm Perry to quarterback in 2019, but they’ll still be a run-first offense. The offense lost four starters, but center Ford Higgins is a crafty veteran who is a master at making last-minute adjustments at the line of scrimmage. With Perry, they’ll primarily run the triple option after tweaking last season that didn’t work out to their advantage.
Fullback Nelson Smith is a grinder who can make an impact at the point of attack but versatile enough to break off long runs while eluding tacklers. The top team of College Football Handicappers at Charliessports.com believes the Midshipmen will be better than last season SU. Navy went 4-8-1 ATS last season with OVER bettors chasing in seven of the 13 games but the top goal this season is to beat Army.
On the other side of the football, the Midshipmen defense allowed opponents (426.9) total yards per contest which ranked 88th in the FBS. However, they couldn’t keep opposing offenses out of the endzone. The (33.5) ppg given up per game eas 103rd in College Football with South Florida, Houston, Notre Dame, and Air Force each going over the thirty point mark against the Navy defense. First-year coordinator Brian Newberry will install a 4-2-5 defense for a unit that couldn’t get off the field on third down in 2018; opposing offenses converted 21 of 29 fourth down conversions. Linebacker is the strength of the team led by Jacob Springer and Jacob Springer while Diego Fagor is a thumper in the middle. Veteran nose tackle Jackson Pittman can engage blockers while the linebackers made tackles. The seventy-fifth ranked pass defense has length but must do a better job of finding the football while it’s in the air. Navy behind the season with Holy Cross at home with AAC road trips to Memphis and Houston being key contests. They also play Notre Dame on the road while they entertain Air Force and SMU of the West division.
This sports Handicapper has navy winning the West division in 2019. Bovada.Lv list the Navy Midshipmen win total at seven games for 2019.
Prediction: Navy will go 9-4 this season.
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