It’s the calm before the storm as we get set for college football Week 15 action. There’s just a single game on tap for Saturday leading into bowl game season, which features 40-plus games and is highlighted by the College Football Playoff.
For this week, the eyes of the college football world will be on the annual Army-Navy game. Read on for a betting preview and a look at the latest and best college football Week 15 odds.
CFB Week 15 point spreads
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CFB Week 15 over/under lines
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College football Week 15 odds
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College football Week 15 betting previews
Army vs. Navy betting preview
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 9
- Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Broadcast: CBS
- Army spread:
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- Army moneyline:
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- Total: Over/under
The 124th edition of one of the nation’s biggest college rivalries comes our way on Saturday from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. Army and Navy enter the game with matching marks of 5-6, but records tend to go out the window when these two teams step onto the field.
The Black Knights closed out their campaign on a three-game winning streak, picking up victories over Air Force, Holy Cross, and Coastal Carolina. The Midshipmen went 2-1 over their last three, winning over UAB and East Carolina before falling to SMU.
Army is averaging 20.8 points per game and leans heavily toward the run, with an average of 209 yards on the ground versus 107.3 in the air. Among the standouts on offense is QB Bryson Daily, who has accounted for 13 total TDs. On defense, the team has given up an average of 22 points per game, 188.7 passing yards, and 180.5 rushing yards.
It’s a similar story for Navy, which is averaging 18.3 points per game, 99 passing yards, and 200.5 rushing yards. Top performers on offense include FB Alex Tecza, who has 812 combined yards and five touchdowns. On defense, the club is giving up 22.9 points per game and an average of 240.4 passing yards and 121.9 rushing yards.
Navy holds a 62-54-7 lead in the all-time series, while Army has won three of the last five. Last season, the Black Knights pulled out a 20-17 win in overtime. For the season to date, Army has a 4-6-1 record against the spread and is 5-6 on the over/under. Navy is 4-7 both ATS and on totals.
College football Week 15 futures report
The semifinal matchups are set for the College Football Playoff games, which take place on Jan. 1. Top-seed Michigan is at on the spread versus Alabama, while Texas is at versus Washington.
The winners will meet to decide the national champion on Monday, Jan. 8. The latest futures odds on the winner of the national title align with the potential tightness of both games. Michigan is the favorite to take the crown, followed by Alabama and Texas, with Washington a distant fourth place on the odds board.
The winner of this season’s Heisman Trophy will be announced on Saturday, Dec. 9, at 8 p.m. ET. The four finalists were revealed on Monday: LSU QB Jayden Daniels, Washington QB Michael Penix Jr., Oregon QB Bo Nix, and Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. The current betting odds have Daniels as an overwhelming favorite to win the award.
The senior quarterback produced all season long for the 9-3 Tigers and closed out the campaign on a prolific run. LSU won its last three in a row, with Daniels accounting for 1,470 total yards and 17 total TDs over that span. According to the odds, Penix Jr. is the next biggest threat after he helped lead the Huskies to a Pac-12 crown and a berth in the CFP.