Stanford vs. Army Odds
Stanford is 1-0 on the season, 0-1 against the spread and playing in its first road contest of the season. Army is 1-1 overall, 1-0 at home and 0-2 against the spread. These two have no recent meetings.
Trends show that Stanford is 11-2 against the spread in its last 13 non-conference games and 19-6-1 ATS in its last 26 road games. Army is 2-9 ATS in its last 11 games against a team with a winning record.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Stanford is the clear favorite on the road, as the Cardinal have odds of -28.5 points. The over/under total has been set at 52 points. (View Matchup) The opening odds for this game had Stanford favored by 27.5 points. The spread was never lower than that and has been making the small jump to 28.5. The over/under total hasn’t changed since opening at 52.
Stanford opened the season last weekend with a 34-13 win at home over San Jose State. The Cardinal racked up 404 yards of offense in the win while holding San Jose State to just 251 total yards and 35 rushing yards. Quarterback Kevin Hogan went 1 of 27 passing for 207 yards and two scores in the win while Tyler Gaffney rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries.
Army started the season with a 28-12 win at home over Morgan State, but suffered to 40-14 loss last week on the road against Ball State. The Black Knights come into Saturday’s game with one of the worst passing attacks in the country, averaging just 88.5 yards per game. However, the Knights are 10th in the nation in rushing, averaging 329 yards per game. Quarterback Angel Santiago has thrown for 150 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 157 yards and three scores. Larry Dixon leads the team in rushing, as he has 214 yards and two scores.
In terms of Injuries, Stanford has no injuries to report while Army linebacker Justin Trimble and running back Julian Crockett are both questionable with ankle injuries.
The Public Bets for this game are currently backing Stanford, as the Cardinal are getting 69% of the wagers with odds of -28.5 points at Army.