Free Pick: Notre Dame vs. Navy at High Noon

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Oct/21/2010
Free Pick: Notre Dame vs. Navy at High Noon

Today's free selection is from Joe Gavazzi of Private Players of Pittsbugh.

(305) Notre Dame (-7) vs. (306) Navy Noon EST CBS East Rutherford, NJ

4 Star Play -  Navy

Well aware the history of this series which finds the Irish to be an ATS success story when not hosting the Middies.  But Dame is just 2-9-3 ATS as fav of late.  This is their first look at the triple option this season, an offense for which their slowish defense will have a difficult time preparing.  Navy had a momentum building, season saving, comeback win, 28-21 vs. SMU, after trailing 14-0 LW.  They have long been great in this role posting a 30-17 ATS dog log.  Biggest surprise for the Middies is their 18 PPG defense. Biggest advantage is that their offense eats the clock allowing the opposition to run just 61 plays.  It’s that advantage that will prevent ND QB Crist from finding his rhythm.

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