What the Bookies Are Saying: Army-Navy 2017 Odds

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Resident bookmaking expert Tony Caliente discusses Saturday classic series between Army and Navy.

What a difference a season makes!

Last year when this series came around, Army was a +21 underdog versus Navy.  This weekend they are a mere +3 underdog.

So what happened?

Army has enjoyed a solid year in 2017, going 8-3 Straight Up (though just 5-6 Against The Spread) while Navy is 6-5 SU and 5-4-2 ATS.

Army has covered in five of the last six games and three of the last in this series.

Though Army won last year, Navy had won the nine previous games Straight Up. Each of those Navy wins were by more than the current spread.

The NCAA College Football Betting Power Ratings have this one as a PICK’EM but one would be wise to back Navy.  This game was seeing very balanced action.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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