- Louisville has -120 odds to beat Air Force.
- The spread for the game is set at 1.5 points.
DALLAS – The Louisville Cardinals will take on the Air Force Falcons in the 2021 First Responder Bowl. The game is set to take place on Tuesday in Dallas, Texas at Gerald J Ford Stadium at 3:15 p.m. EST.
Louisville Vs. Air Force Odds
- Louisville -120
- Air Force +100
- Louisville Spread -1.5
- Total: 55.5 Points
Although Louisville is slightly favored by online betting sites, Air Force is not a team to ignore. They finished with an impressive 9-3 record which was good for third place in the Mountain West Conference. On the contrary, Louisville barely made this bowl game as they finished with a 6-6 record.
Looking at how each of them finished the regular season, the Falcons capped off with a three-game win streak and scored 35+ points in each of those games. As for the Cardinals, they dropped three of their last five games.
As for the public splits on the moneyline CFB odds, Air Force has taken in a whopping 79% of total bets.
Falcons Soaring Against The Spread
Aside from having an impressive season record, Air Force has also been one of the better teams against the spread. They went 7-4-1 ATS this season and were covering by 3.4 points on average. They were also winning their games by 11.9 points.
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Louisville sits behind with a 6-6 ATS record and are only covering by an average of 2.5 points. They are also only winning their games this season by 4.9 points.
On their three-game win streak to finish the season, Air Force did a solid job against the spread going 2-0-1. Louisville though finished their last five of the season with a 2-3 ATS record and failed to cover in their season finale.
Public betting splits have seen similar action to the moneyline as well with Air Force taking in a majority 62% of spread bets.
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