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Undefeated Big 12 Showdown

The 4-0 and seventh ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers visit the 4-0 Kansas State Wildcats tonight. currently has Nebraska as 11 point favorites, while the ‘total’ is 48 points.

After averaging 47.7 PPG in its first three wins (including 56 at Washington), Nebraska only scored 17 against South Dakota State in its last game. Kansas State has only one double-digit win in its first four games, all which have been played at home. KSU’s Daniel Thomas has 157 rushing YPG this year, ranking fifth in the nation.

Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez is 2nd in the nation in rushing yards for a QB (124 rush YPG), trailing only Denard Robinson. RBs Roy Helu Jr. (43 rush, 305 yds, 4 TD) and Rex Burkhead (41 rush, 304 yds, 3 TD) have nearly identical numbers so it makes sense to have them continue to split carries. Helu has 167 rushing yards and three scores in the past two games against KSU. The Blackshirts are 3rd in the nation in pass defense (126 YPG) and 11th in total defense (265 YPG).

Daniel Thomas was the lone bright spot for KSU’s offense against Nebraska last year, racking up 150 total yards. Kansas State also has a strong pass defense, allowing just 154 passing YPG this year (13th in nation).

Nebraska won the last five games against KSU including the prior meeting in Manhattan 56-28. In this contest, the Huskers outgained KSU 610-247, including a 340-59 rushing yardage advantage. Nebraska also won 17-3 last year as the Wildcats converted just 3-of-14 third downs.

The following betting trend found at indicates that Kansas State should be able to hang tough as a home dog.

Play On - Home underdogs of 10.5 to 21 points (KANSAS ST) - after 2 or more consecutive straight up wins, after the first month of the season. (30-7 over the last 10 seasons.) (81.1%, +22.3 units. Rating = 3*).

These teams covered the ‘over’ in nine of the past 11 meetings, but this strong trend supports bettors that back the ‘under’ tonight:

Play Under - All teams where the ‘total’ is between 49.5 and 56 (KANSAS ST) - after allowing 5.5 or less passing yards per attempt last game, with 5 offensive starters returning. (69-31 over the last 10 seasons.) (69%, +34.9 units. Rating = 3*).

Now that you’ve got the key numbers on tonight’s game, head over to for all of the latest football betting odds. And don’t forget to place your weekend football bets tomorrow to take advantage of Reduced Juice (-105) Fridays.

CFB: Army vs. Navy (2:30 PM ET, CBS)

Saturday will be the 110th Apuestas Deportivas Golf Betting Online Bingo Tom Brady betting odds to win Poker Madden Betting Pandemonia renewal of the historic football rivalry between Army and Navy. Played at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, the game is neutral in the truest sense, being roughly equidistant from the two academies. Navy is currently working on a seven-game winning streak in the series, the longest ever in the rich history. Overall, the Midshipmen own a 53-49-7 edge all time. They are a 14-point favorite at

This battle takes on greater emotional significance with country’s involvement in the world and when the two schools march in to take their place in the stadium, it is one of the coolest moments you will ever see before a game starts.

This contest has more than usual riding on it, especially for Army (5-6, 3-7 ATS). First year coach Rick Ellerson was brought in to change the football aspect of the Black Knights, who had won as many as four games once in the last dozen seasons before this year. With an upset win over Navy, Army would secure first bowl bid since 1996 and take on Temple in the EagleBank Bowl.

Besides attempting to end that drought, the pain of not defeating the Midshipmen since 2001 (1-6 ATS) hangs over West Point like an omnipresent cloud. The biggest problem for Army of late has been scoring points, as they’ve produced just 10.1 points per game during the losing skid. Ordinarily, you would think rest and preparation would benefit any football squad, however if you are outmanned, it doesn’t matter. The Black Knights of the Hudson are unthinkable 3-24 ATS with rest.

For Navy (8-4, 5-5-1 ATS), it is business as usual. They have already locked up Texas Bowl bid against Missouri and for the third consecutive year and fifth in the last six, are double digit favorites vs. their biggest rival. ( has the Middies at -14, with total of 40.5).

The Midshipmen have one very distinct advantage in this matchup, they can score. Navy averages 28.3 points per game, behind the nation’s third best rushing attack, averaging 279.6 yards per game. Navy is off a 24-17 upset loss at Hawaii as nine-point favorites and is 35-13 ATS in road games after one or more consecutive losses against the spread.

Army on the other hand struggles to score points, totaling just 16.5 per game, ranking 116th in total offense at 283.4 yards per game against opponents that allowed 91 more yards a contest. This means Army will need to force turnovers and win the special teams battle to setup better field position, since they are unlikely to put together many long drives, no matter how fired up they are. They are just 4-13 ATS when the total is 42 or less.

Over the years, this contest has lost significance in the public eye for a variety of reasons and the two institutions worked out a deal with CBS to rekindle the spirit and give it its own special date, the second Saturday in December, away from conference championships and BCS chatter.

No matter the outcome, the effort will not be question. If anyone saw the Navy beat Notre Dame or the Army knock off Vanderbilt from the SEC this season, these players go hard for all 60 minutes. To the winners go the spoils and bragging rights that last an entire year. Should Navy win, the Commander in Chief Trophy stays with them yet again.

The StatFox Power Line shows Navy by 16, slightly higher than the price at Sportsbook.