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MILITARY BOWL HISTORY

The Military Bowl began in 2008 and the matchup currently features schools from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the American Athletic Conference (AAC). The game takes place at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium from Annapolis, Maryland. This game was previously called the EagleBank Bowl and Northrop Grumman Bowl. 

North Carolina blasted Temple 55-13 in the 2019 installment and the 'over' easily connected for bettors. Including this outcome, favorites have gone 9-3 straight up and 8-4 against the spread in this matchup.

The victory by the Tar Heels over the Owls helped the ACC improve to 3-4 in its first seven appearances in the Military Bowl.

The 2020 installment of the game was canceled due to a lack of available teams during the COVID-19 global pandemic. In 2021, the game was expected to return on Dec. 27, 2021, with East Carolina of the AAC facing Boston College of the ACC. However, that game was canceled due to B.C. not having enough players to participate due to COVID-19 issues.

YearMatchupSpread, TotalsATS Result
2019North Carolina 55 Temple 13North Carolina -6, 56.5Favorite, Over
2018Cincinnati 35 vs. Virginia Tech 31Cincinnati -4.5, 48,5Underdog, Over
2017Navy 49 vs. Virginia 7Navy -3, 49,5Favorite, Over
2016Wake Forest 34 Temple 26Temple -10.5, 41.5Underdog, Over
2015Navy 44 Pittsburgh 28Navy -3, 52.5Favorite, Over
2014Virginia Tech 33 Cincinnati 17Cincinnati -2, 50.5Underdog, Under
2013Marshall 31 Maryland 20Marshall -3, 65Favorite, Under
2012San Jose State 29 Bowling Green 20San Jose State -7.5, 46Favorite, Over
2011Toledo 42 Air Force 41Toledo -3, 69Underdog, Over
2010Maryland 51 East Carolina 20Maryland -7.5, 70Favorite, Over
2009UCLA 30 Temple 21UCLA -4, 44Favorite, Over
2008Wake Forest 29 Navy 19Wake Forest -3, 44Favorite, Over

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