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The Navy Midshipmen (2-5) play on Saturday at 3:30 PM ET versus the Temple Owls (2-5) at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
The Midshipmen are double-digit favorites (currently -13.5) in their game versus the Owls, with the over/under being 40 points. (In terms of the moneyline, the Midshipmen are -579 and the Owls are +410.)
Game Info and Betting Lines for Navy vs. Temple
- Game Day: Saturday, October 29, 2022
- Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: CBS Sports Network
- Location: Annapolis, Maryland
- Stadium: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
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Navy Betting Insights
- Temple has gone 4-3-0 ATS this year.
- Temple is 2-2 against the spread when an underdog by 13.5 points or more this season.
- Temple hase hit the over in two of seven games with a set total (28.6%).
Navy Stats & Insights
- Navy is averaging 363.6 yards per game on offense, which ranks 93rd in the FBS. On the defensive side of the ball, the Midshipmen rank 62nd, giving up 375.0 yards per contest.
- Navy ranks 102nd in scoring offense (22.9 points per game) and 65th in scoring defense (26.1 points allowed per game) this year.
- It’s been a difficult stretch for Navy in terms of throwing the football and defending the pass, ranking sixth-worst in passing offense (116.1 passing yards per game) and 17th-worst in passing defense (272.6 passing yards per game allowed) in 2022.
- Navy has been thriving on both sides of the ball in the running game, ranking fifth-best in rushing offense (247.4 rushing yards per game) and 14th-best in rushing defense (102.4 rushing yards allowed per game).
- On offense, Navy ranks 46th in the FBS with a 43.1% third-down percentage. Meanwhile, the team’s defense ranks 86th in third-down percentage allowed (102.4).
- Navy has forced 12 total turnovers (43rd in the FBS) this season and have turned it over 12 times (89th in the FBS) for an even turnover margin, 100th-ranked in college football.
Navy’s Best Players
- Tai Lavatai has 787 passing yards for Navy, completing 46.7% of his passes and throwing five touchdowns and three interceptions this season. He’s also chipped in on the ground with 297 rushing yards (42.4 ypg) on 110 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
- Dabe Fofana has carried the ball 108 times for a team-high 425 yards on the ground and has found the end zone four times as a runner.
- Maquel Haywood has been handed the ball 54 times this year and racked up 349 yards (49.9 per game).
- Jayden Umbarger’s team-high 262 yards as a receiver have come on 15 catches (out of 23 targets) with two touchdowns.
- Vincent Terrell II has reeled in seven passes while averaging 25.0 yards per game and scoring two touchdowns.
- Mark Walker has a total of 157 receiving yards so far this year, hauling in nine passes.
- Jacob Busic paces the team with 5.0 sacks, and also has 2.0 TFL and 16 tackles.
- John Marshall, Navy’s top tackler, has 32 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and two sacks this year.
- Nicholas Straw has picked off a team-high one pass. He also has 17 tackles, 2.0 TFL, one sack, and one pass defended to his name.
Temple Betting Insights
- So far this season, Temple has compiled a 4-3-0 record against the spread.
- Temple is a 2-2 record against the spread when an underdog by 13.5 points or more this year.
- Two of Temple’s seven games with a set total have hit the over (28.6%).
Temple Stats & Insights
- Temple has been sputtering offensively, ranking sixth-worst with 283.9 total yards per game. It has been more effective defensively, giving up 370.3 total yards per contest (56th-ranked).
- Temple has been struggling offensively, ranking fifth-worst in the FBS with 14.9 points per game. It has been more productive on the other side of the ball, surrendering 25.9 points per contest (62nd-ranked).
- Temple has been excelling on pass defense, surrendering just 190.4 passing yards per contest (22nd-best). On offense, it ranks 104th in the FBS by racking up 203.6 passing yards per game.
- Temple’s rushing offense has been a bottom-25 unit this season, putting up 80.3 rushing yards per game, which ranks third-worst in the FBS. Defensively, it ranks 103rd with 179.9 rushing yards surrendered per contest.
- On the offensive side of the ball, Temple is a bottom-25 unit on third down, producing a 28.2% third-down conversion rate (seventh-worst). Fortunately, it is thriving on defense, ceding a 30.2% third-down rate (18th-best).
- Temple sports a -8 turnover margin this season, which ranks 100th in the FBS.
Temple’s Best Players
- E.J. Warner has thrown for 1,236 yards on 54.5% passing while collecting seven touchdown passes with seven interceptions this season.
- The team’s top rusher, Edward Saydee, has carried the ball 71 times for 229 yards (32.7 per game) with one touchdown.
- Darvon Hubbard has collected 124 yards (on 36 carries) with one touchdown.
- Jose Barbon’s 476 receiving yards (68.0 yards per game) lead the team. He has 34 catches on 58 targets with one touchdown.
- Adonicas Sanders has totaled 352 receiving yards (50.3 yards per game) and one touchdown on 29 receptions.
- Amad Anderson Jr.’s 23 targets have resulted in 16 catches for 186 yards and one touchdown.
- Layton Jordan leads the team with 6.5 sacks, and also has 11.0 TFL, 28 tackles, and two interceptions.
- Temple’s tackle leader, Yvandy Rigby, has 38 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and two sacks this year.
- Jordan leads the team with two interceptions, while also recording 28 tackles, 11.0 TFL, 6.5 sacks, and two passes defended.