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Sports Gambling - Service Bowl Salutes

Sports gambling opportunities abound with what are known throughout gambling sports as “minor bowls.” These are the bowl games that lead up to New Year’s Day.

Sports gambling will usually see the service academy teams play in such bowls and those who will be gambling sports can often find hidden gems with such teams. Service Academy teams often make for solid sports gambling commodities. They bring a never quit attitude to the field and this can make them dangerous gambling sports underdogs.

That being said, however, academy teams are also risky as they can be out-manned by power conference teams making for tricky sports betting equations.  That was especially the case last year when Navy took on Wake Forest in the Eagle Bank Bowl.  Navy was a 3 point dog and jumped out to a 10-0 sports gambling lead against a top ACC contender.

Navy lacked the sports gambling depth to hang with the Demon Deacons and faded down the stretch, losing the game 19-29.  Navy, however, had solid sports gambling success in previous seasons as they got the cash in their previous four sports gambling post season appearances.

This year the Mid-Shipmen will play Missouri in the Texas Bowl on January 31.  Air Force will also see post season sports gambling action this year in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl on December 31 against Houston.  Air Force has also been a solid sports gambling value in bowl games with three payouts in their last five appearances.

Both Air Force and Navy have the distinct advantage of running the option offense, which has been a problem for opposing defenses that are used to either defending the more traditional pro-style offensive schemes or the modern spread attacks that are springing up all over.

The option offense has proven to be perfectly suited for teams such as Navy and Air Force as it helps even the playing field for them with more talented opponents.  Air Force will get a chance to avenge last year’s loss to Houston in the same bowl game as the Falcons went down 28-34 as 3.5-point favorites.