San Jose State Spartans vs. Navy Midshipmen NCAAF Free Pick And Preview


With starting quarterback Keenan Reynolds expected to return to action and Navy coming off a much-needed bye, I look for the Midshipmen to have their way against the Spartans. Last year Navy put up 432 rushing yards on San Jose State in a thrilling 58-52 win. The Midshipmen can expect to have another field day on the ground in this one.

Navy comes in 3rd in rushing in 2014 at 342.1 ypg and will be going up against the Spartans 106th ranked run defense (218.5 ypg). Unlike last year, the San Jose State doesn’t have the offensive fire-power to keep this one close. The Spartans are 107th in scoring at 22.0 ppg.

I believe the only reason this spread isn’t double-digits is because San Jose State has the 12th ranked defense in the country. However, that’s because they lead the country in pass defense (94.5 ypg). Being able to stop the pass is about as absolutely worthless against a team like Navy, who is averaging 11 pass attempts all season. Navy should have no problem winning here by at least 10 points.


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