Navy And Central Michigan Both Look To Go To .500 This Week

Navy And Central Michigan Both Look To Go To .500 This Week


Things have been rocky for both the Navy Midshipmen and the Central Michigan Chippewas in the 2012 NCAA College Football season. Going into the sixth week, they are both looking at 2-3 records and desperately need a win to stay vital in the standings.  They will need to get their defenses intact if they wish to stand the onslaught of the other team and come out of this week with a victory.

Navy is the position to have an even record on the season with a win on Friday as well as start a winning streak they could capitalize on.  They were able to squeak out a victory this past Saturday against Air Force with a touchdown in the fourth quarter.  Hopefully they will be able to continue this trend against a Central Michigan team that has been faltering as of late.  Navy will need a big game from quarterback Troy Miller if they wish for this to happen.  If he can get the ball moving on both the ground and in the air then the team will be able to get the win this week.

The same goes for Central Michigan’s Ryan Radcliff.  The Chippewas have lost their last two games in a row and need to dig themselves out this week if they want to even slightly seem like a threat going forward in their division.  If they can keep the ball moving and limit Navy’s time with the ball they will definitely be able to pull this one out.

As it stands, the college football odds have Central Michigan at -2.5 on the day, which could be risky considering the fact that Navy has been scoring more consistently the past two games.  Nonetheless, that’s the point spread on the day.  Tune in at 8:00 PM EST this Friday to find out who gets the win and covers their spread.

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