Military Bowl Betting: Boston College Vs. ECU

  • Boston College has -145 odds to beat ECU.
  • ECU has -115 odds to cover a 3-point spread.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Military Bowl will feature a clash between the ACC and AAC as Boston College will take on Eastern Carolina. The matchup is set for 2:30 p.m. EST on Monday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland.

Boston College Vs. ECU Odds

  • Boston College -145
  • ECU +125
  • Spread: Boston College -3
  • Total: O/U 52

Although online betting sites are slightly favoring Boston College here, ECU is as tough as anyone and should not be counted out. The Eagles are going into the game with a 6-6 record and in 11th place in the ACC. ECU though, is coming in with a 7-5 record and in third place in the AAC.

Boston College did get off to a strong 4-0 start to their season, however, they went 2-6 in their last eight games of the season. They also last their last two regular-season games. ECU, on the other hand, started off slow as well but finish hot. They went 3-4 in their first seven games and finished the season on a high note going 4-1.

Pirates Sailing Against The Spread

All signs are pointing towards ECU coming in this one and covering the spread. The Pirates finished the season going 7-4-1 against the spread and are covering by an average margin of 4.7 points. Their point differential this season is also 3.4 points. Boston College though went an even 6-6 ATS this season but are averaging a cover margin of -3.2 points.

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Like their regular-season record, ECU got off to a slow start ATS but picked things up as the season progressed. In their last eight games of the season, they went 6-2 against the spread.

Looking at Boston College, they started off hot with a 4-1 record ATS but went ice cold since then. They finished out their last seven games of the season going 2-5 against the spread.

As for the splits, the public has been even as ECU’s CFB odds are taking in 44% of the bets while Boston College is taking 56%.