Navy owns the recent rivalry with Army, winning the last 12 meetings SU, going 8-4 ATS. The 6-5 Midshipmen, headed to a bowl game, will try to extend that streak to a lucky 13 in a row when they battle the 4-7 Black Knights in the final game of the college football regular season on Saturday in Baltimore.
Since a 2-4 start Navy has won four of its last five games, and covered three of its last four spreads. Last time out the Middies spotted South Alabama an early 17-7 advantage, then went on a 35-10 run, leading to a 42-40 victory. Army, meanwhile, after a 2-6 start, has won and covered two of its last three games, after racking up almost 400 yards on the ground while beating Fordham two weeks ago 42-31.
Supporters of the Army Black Knights have seen them go 4-7 and 4-7 ATS so far this season, while the Navy Midshipmen are at 6-5 and 5-6 ATS. In totals betting, the Midshipmen are 4-6, while the Black Knights are 7-3-1.