Memphis vs. Navy odds, line, and spread, as well as time: 2023 college football selections, Week 3 predictions from a proven methodology

Memphis vs. Navy odds, line, and spread, as well as time: 2023 college football selections, Week 3 predictions from a proven methodology

On Thursday night, the Navy Midshipmen and the Memphis Tigers face battle in an American Athletic Conference game. The Midshipmen (1-1) returned from a 42-3 loss to No. 13 Notre Dame in Dublin, Ireland, on Aug. 26 by defeating Wagner 24-0 on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Tigers (2-0) maintained their unblemished record with a 37-3 victory against Arkansas State. Memphis began the season with a 56-14 win against Bethune-Cookman on September 2.

The game begins at 7:30 p.m. ET from Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium in Memphis. Navy allows 21 points per game, ranking 62nd in the nation, while Memphis allows 8.5 points per game, ranking 12th. In the most recent Navy vs. Memphis odds, the Tigers are favoured by 13.5 points, with a total point total of 47. Before making any Memphis vs. Navy predictions, be sure to check out SportsLine’s proven computer model’s college football predictions and betting recommendations.

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The algorithm is now focused on Navy vs. Memphis and has just given its choices and forecasts. You can check the model’s CFB choices on SportsLine right now. Here are some Memphis vs. Navy college football odds and trends:

• The spread for Navy vs. Memphis is Memphis -13.5.

• Over/under for Navy vs. Memphis: 47 points

•Money line for Navy vs. Memphis: Navy +403, Memphis -552

•NAV: The Midshipmen are 6-0 ATS in their past six away games.

• MEM: The Tigers have gone under the team total in seven of their previous nine games.

Why Memphis is capable of covering

At running back, the Tigers have a one-two punch in senior transfer Blake Watson and sophomore Sutton Smith. Watson leads the club in rushing with 126 yards on 30 attempts (4.2 average) and three touchdowns, including a 21-yard run. Watson rushed 10 times for 75 yards and three touchdowns in the victory against Bethune-Cookman. He spent his first four seasons at Old Dominion, where he rushed 429 times for 2,275 yards (5.3 average) and 17 touchdowns.

Smith has also had an impact on offence. He has carried the ball 23 times for a total of 120 yards (5.2 average) and two touchdowns. He had a strong first game of the season, running 18 times for 115 yards and two touchdowns.

Why the Navy can provide coverage

The Midshipmen are well-known for their ground combat capabilities. This season, 11 different players have carried the ball, with seven of them gaining 10 yards or more. Daba Fofana, the squad’s fullback, leads the team with 90 running yards on 23 carries (3.9 average) and one touchdown. On Aug. 26, the junior rushed 15 times for a season-high 56 yards in a 42-3 defeat to 13th-ranked Notre Dame in Dublin, Ireland. He rushed 186 times for 769 yards (4.1 average) and six touchdowns last season.

Harbour leads the squad with 13 tackles, including 10 solo. In the opener against the Fighting Irish, he had eight solo tackles. He has 64 tackles, including 34 solo, and 1.5 sacks in three seasons with the Midshipmen. He has one pass breakup and one fumble recovery. SportsLine can help you decide which side to root for.

How to Pick Navy vs. Memphis

The point total is favoured by SportsLine’s model, which predicts the sides will score 55 points combined. According to the model, one side of the spread hits well over 50% of the time. SportsLine has the model’s selection.

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