The Big East is one of the stronger conferences in the country led by Louisville and Georgetown and the conference will have a lot of favorites on the SBG basketball lines board.
College basketball lines will have the Cardinals and Hoyas favored a great deal of the time. Experts that consider college basketball lines see that the Hoyas and Cardinals split the 16 first-place votes in the coaches' preseason poll. The Hoyas return four starters from last season's Final Four team, and the Cardinals bring back their top seven scorers from last season and they will impact basketball lines during the 2007-2008 season.
Experts that look at college basketball lines see that Marquette returns three of the league's top guards and was picked to finish third. College basketball lines experts see that Pittsburgh was picked next followed by Syracuse, Connecticut, Villanova, Providence, Notre Dame and West Virginia. "I agree with the top two, but after that I'm not so sure," UConn's Jim Calhoun said, "The whole order could be shaken up." Connecticut was just 17-14 a year ago for fans of college basketball lines and missed out on the postseason for the first time since 1986-87.
Many experts that look at college basketball lines see that Syracuse has a young team full of talent led by freshmen Jonny Flynn and Donte Green. Fans of basketball lines think Providence could also be good. They return two of the league’s best guards in Sharaud Curry and Weyinmi Efejuku and both players will impact college basketball lines. Experts that consider college basketball lines see that Notre Dame returns three double-digit scorers from last year’s team. Fans of college basketball lines are excited that West Virginia has new coach Bob Huggins and four returning starters.
The next group of teams could improve in 2007-2008 according to experts that consider college basketball lines. Experts of college basketball lines betting see that DePaul was picked 11th, followed by Cincinnati, Seton Hall, St. John's, Rutgers and USF. Fans of college basketball lines see that Louisville coach Rick Pitino thinks the Big East is loaded. "This is the deepest I've seen the Big East in quite some time," he said. It should be an exciting 2007-2008 season of basketball lines in the Big East.