Cincinnati Football: Week 10 preview, odds, predictions against Navy

Cincinnati Bearcats Tre Tucker pushes through Navy's defense during the second half. The Enquirer.
Cincinnati Bearcats Tre Tucker pushes through Navy's defense during the second half. The Enquirer. /
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Check out our Week 10 preview with the latest odds, predictions and pregame quotes as the Bearcats get ready to host Navy. Cincinnati has an opportunity to extend the record-setting win streak at home and regain momentum after struggling last weekend.

The Bearcats are coming off a disappointing loss at UCF but there’s still a lot to play for with four games remaining in the regular season. All of the preseason goals are still within reach but there’s no more room for error as the schedule enters November.

According to WynnBET, the Bearcats are currently 19.5-point favorites over Navy prior to kick off on Saturday afternoon. The over/under is set at 46.5 total points as Cincinnati hopes to take down the Midshipmen for a second consecutive season.

Cincinnati Football: Week 10 preview, odds, predictions against Navy

  • Date: Saturday, November 5 at 4:00 PM
  • Location: Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati
  • TV Broadcast: ESPNU and fuboTV
  • All-Time Series: Navy leads 3-2

Navy snapped a two-game losing streak with a win over Temple last week but lost starting quarterback Tai Lavatai to a season-ending injury. It’s definitely going to be more difficult to keep pace this weekend so I’ll pick the Bearcats to secure a 31-14 win.

Luke Fickell discussed how the team is bouncing back from the recent loss via Cincinnati Athletics.

"“When things don’t go your way and you get beat, the only way to get that taste out of your mouth is go back out there and do it again. The uniqueness of football is you play once every seven days so you have to find ways to get it out of your system. We have to find ways to move on. Sunday was really good just to be around our guys and recognize their demeanor and ability to go back out there and get back to work. We’re disappointed of course but it’s not something that can hold you back. It’s how you rebound from some of these things. What you can’t do is allow it to compound and cause problems for continued weeks. We have a long way to go and we have to get better. The only way you can do that is by going back to work.”"

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