NCAA Basketball Odds for the 2007-2008 Big 12 Conference

NCAA basketball odds during the 2007-2008 season will have Big 12 powerhouse Kansas favored a great deal.

The Jayhawks are one of the top teams in the country but the Big 12 has more than just Kansas.

NCAA basketball odds this season will also have Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Nebraska making noise in Big 12 basketball odds. Fans that follow NCAA basketball odds see that Kansas coach Bill Self returns an experienced team that could easily be the best in the country. Forward Brandon Rush is expected to return from an ACL injury in December and that will make the Jayhawks very tough to handle on the NCAA basketball odds board. Kansas State is another team looking to be in the Top 10 and make an NCAA Tournament run for fans of NCAA basketball odds. With Bill Walker back from injury and with Michael Beasley back this season, Kansas State may have the nation's most athletic frontcourt.

It might be easy to think that Texas will take a big step back without Kevin Durant in terms of NCAA basketball odds but the Longhorns were a successful program before Durant arrived in Austin, reaching the Sweet 16 in four of the five previous seasons. Experts that bet NCAA basketball odds know that Texas A&M is in a similar position to Texas as they lost their star in Acie Law, but they should again be good and make an impact in NCAA basketball odds. Nebraska and Texas Tech can also make noise in the conference this season.

Experts that follow NCAA basketball odds see that three new coaches will be taking over this season in the Big 12. Experts at NCAA basketball odds betting know that Colorado welcomes Jeff Bzdelik from Air Force, where he posted 50 wins over the last two seasons. Fans of basketball odds see that Kansas State’s new coach is Frank Martin. Fans that consider NCAA basketball odds see that Mark Turgeon is at Texas A&M after a seven-year stint at Wichita State. Four of the better guards in the country play in the Big 12 for fans of basketball odds. The Big 12 star guards are Curtis Jerrells (Baylor), Russell Robinson (Kansas), Stefhon Hannah (Missouri) and D.J. Augustin (Texas).

Experts that follow NCAA basketball odds know that the Big 12 had three players who ranked among the top 35 players in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage and all three are back this season.