Greggy G's 2008 ATS Pigskin Record: CFB 3-0 - NFL 1-0
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NAVY MIDSHIPMEN @ BALL STATE CARDINALS (-7)
While both teams rolled Colonial Athletic Conference teams (Northeastern & Towson) to open the season, Navy’s unwillingness to practice their passing game in a rout is somewhat disturbing to yours truly (4 attempts, 2 completions).
Along the same lines, ARIELLE KEBBEL (click here) did not.
Even though Ball State is not what you call a defensive stonewall, expect the Midshipmen to struggle with the change in size up-front after walking all over Towson. New Navy headmaster Ken Niumatalolo will once again be without option-star QB Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada again this week, so expect the Cardinals to make back-up Jarod Bryant beat them with his legs instead of the little engine known as RB Shun White who had a record-setting performance in the opener (19 carries, 358 yards). As for Ball St., after years of hanging in the cellar...(want more knowledge and hotties...CLICK HERE)
As for Ball St., after years of hanging in the cellar Coach Brady Hoke has changed the culture in Muncie, IN and seen his squad improve their victory total in each of the past four seasons and finally took them to Bowl game last year (not exactly sure when the last one happened, but I have no interest to look it up). The biggest reason for even more optimism this season is the return of one of the most underrated signal-callers in the nation in Jr. Nate Davis. After a solid freshman season for Davis (18 TDs, 8 Ints, & 62 comp%), he exploded last year for 30 touchdowns, only 6 interceptions, and broke just about every passing record in Cardinal history.
While opening against Northeastern is not what you call a true-test, Davis was masterfully efficient completing 21 of 24 passes for 3 tuddies and zero INTs. As for a ground game that struggled the 2nd half of last year, the return of the diminutive MiQuale Lewis from last season’s 5th week ACL injury showed the Cardinals balanced potential. While the 5-6 junior has missed huge chunks of his first two seasons, he’s been remarkable when on the field with a 5.5 average in over 150 carries. And...just trust me on Friday Night BEEATCHES!
Final Score: BALL STATE 37 NAVY 24