Army vs. Navy Prediction, Odds, Against Spread and Over/Under

Army and Navy will face-off in its annual game on Saturday, December 11th.
Army and Navy will face-off in its annual game on Saturday, December 11th. / Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports

Just when you thought the college football regular season was over, you're reminded of the annual Army vs. Navy game.

Serving as the only college football game this weekend, the Army-Navy game is set to kickoff at 3 p.m. EST at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

If Army walks away victorious, it will also win the Commander-in-Chiefs Trophy which is awarded to the winner of the armed forced series. Army defeated Air Force 21-14 in overtime early in the season, and Air Force defeated Navy, 23-3. If Navy takes down Army this weekend, the accolades will be shared but Army will retain the trophy regardless, due to winning it last season.

Here are the odds via WynnBET Michigan for this weekend's big game:

Army vs. Navy Odds, Spread, and Total


  • Army -7.5 (-110)
  • Navy +7.5 (-110)


  • Army -325
  • Navy +240


34 (Over -110/Under -110)

Army vs. Navy Betting Trends

  • The UNDER is 40-9-1 all-time in the Army vs. Navy game.
  • The UNDER is 15-0 in the last 15 games between these teams.
  • Army is 7-2 ATS in its last nine games vs. Navy.

Army vs. Navy Prediction and Pick

The UNDER in the Army vs. Navy game is one of the few great traditions in the sports betting world, and it'd be disrespectful to the troops to not bet on it happening for the 16th straight meeting between these two teams. So, let's get that bet out of the way.

In terms of a side, both teams are very similar. Army runs the ball on 87.5% of plays, and Navy runs the ball on 84.29% of plays. Those marks are the first and third highest in the country. In terms of stopping the run, Army ranks 42nd in opponent yards per carry, keeping them to 3.8 yards per rush. Navy ranks 27th in that stat, keeping teams to gained 4.1 yards per rush.

What's ironic about Army is that despite hardly ever throwing the ball, they're very good at doing it. They're first in the country in yards per pass attempt, averaging 12 yards per try. Navy is not nearly as effective, only averaging 6.6 yards per pass attempt.

As always, I expect this game to be a grind between the two armed forces school. Army will likely win, but with the spread higher than the magic number of seven, I'll back Navy to keep it close.

Pick: UNDER 34 and Navy +7.5