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Navy vs Central Florida Odds for October 21st, 2017 – NCAA Football Betting

  • Updated: October 19, 2017
  • One of the really intriguing stories of the 2017 season involves the UCF (Central Florida) Golden Knights, who have undergone a tremendous renaissance in just a couple of seasons under an innovative head coach. They will try to improve upon their current national ranking on Saturday as they take to the road to face the Navy Midshipmen in an American Athletic Conference clash that takes place at 3:30 PM ET at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. If you are signed up as a customer with BetAnySports, you can get reduced juice as you make your NCAA football picks, and then, after the game kicks off, you can stay very much in the action as you access the state-of-the-art software available through Live Betting Ultra.

    Navy vs Central Florida Odds – BetAnySports NFL Betting Line:

    In the NCAA football betting odds posted on this game by the folks at BetAnySports, UCF is laying points on the road:

    UCF Golden Knights -8
    Navy Midshipmen +8
    Over 66 points -110
    Under 66 points -110

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    Navy vs Central Florida Odds for October 21st, 2017   NCAA Football Betting

    Navy vs Central Florida Odds – NCAA BETTING PREVIEW

    UCF is sitting with a 5-0 straight-up record at the moment, and they have covered all four games that have appeared on the board. They are racking up huge numbers; in fact, after laying a 63-21 whipping on East Carolina last weekend, they lead the nation in scoring, averaging 50.6 points per game. And they have impressed folks to the extent that they are ranked 20th in the country in both the Coaches’ and Associated Press polls.

    Navy was in those national rankings just a week ago, as they were 24th with the coaches and 25th with the AP, but they tripped as they went to Memphis, turning the ball over five times in the process of losing by a 30-27 score. Considering the fact that the Middies were held to 314 rushing yards, 100 below their season’s average, it really is a wonder how they kept the score that close. And maybe that’s something that should factor into the way we look at this game.

    Scott Frost has come in and really made a difference at the Orlando campus of UCF, and it’s remarkable that he took over a program that went 0-12 in 2015, a season where George O’Leary, who had experienced much success at the school, including a 12-1 record in 2013, got fired. Frost brought the Knights to a 6-6 regular-season record last year, then lost to Arkansas State in the Cure Bowl, which they played at home. They have taken things a step further this season, to say the least.

    McKenzie Milton had a so-so freshman season, falling short of 2000 passing yards with 10 TD passes. This year he has matured a great deal, with 70% completions and 15 touchdowns, with only two interceptions. Central Florida’s big scoring totals have not all come against patsies either; they hit the 40-mark against Memphis, which beat Navy last week, and they also registered a 30-10 victory over Maryland, which sprung an upset over Texas in the season opener.

    Some BetAnySports patrons know that Frost spent many years in the NFL as a safety, but before that he was an option quarterback – first in high school, where he played for his father, and then at Nebraska, which he led to a national championship in 1997. So he knows a little something about what Navy is trying to do. And his team had done some preparation for a game a little more than a month ago against Georgia Tech (running basically the same system as Navy) that eventually got canceled because of Hurricane Erma. How much will this really mean, however? If Navy can cut down on the turnovers, we don’t see much problem with them keeping it within this margin, especially when you take into consideration the fact that they have the ability to keep Milton and the UCF offense off the field for long periods of time.

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