College football gambling excitement is high for the San Diego State Aztecs as they will have made the NCAA football gambling post season for the first time in over a decade.
The Navy Midshipmen will meet the San Diego State Aztecs in the SD County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl on December 23 with a broadcast on ESPN set to start at 8 PM ET. Sports-Gambling will have SD Country Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl odds for the side and total on this matchup so be sure and open your account today.
Navy has a record of 9-3 straight up and 7-5 with the NCAA odds with an even 6-6 split on totals. The Midshipmen have now put together 8 consecutive winning seasons and have been in the red against the board only one time since 2002. Navy ended the season with 4 consecutive wins with 3 payouts as they concluded the 2010 campaign with a 31-17 cover over Army.
The Navy ranks 5th in the nation for rushing and is led by senior QB Ricky Dobbs, who rushed for 860 yards and passed for 1296 more yards with a 12/5 TD/INT ratio.
Dobbs showed his passing ability against Army as he was 6-11 for 186 yards with 2 TD’s. Dobbs is an excellent leader and is all that is good about college football, especially in this year of Cam Newton and the controversial Heisman Trophy. Navy’s defense ranked 39th for points allowed this year.
San Diego State finished 8-4 both straight up and with the NCAA football lines as just 5 of their games went over the total. The Aztecs are coming off a 48-14 blowout win over UNLV which snapped a 2 game losing streak. Brady Hoke has done what few other coaches have been able to accomplish in just his second year at SDSU and was rewarded with a contract extension.
The Aztecs rank 20th in the nation for scoring and are led by QB Ryan Lindley, who passed for 3554 yards and a 26/14 TD/INT ratio. Both DeMarco Sampson and Vincent Brown were over 1100 yards receiving.
This could be one of the best college football gambling bowl matchups with plenty of naval personnel in San Diego and the home town Aztecs in a bowl at their home stadium which should make for a large crowd.