Head coach Doc Sadler has one of the top duos on the country to lead the way for basketball odds fans in Aleks Maric and Ryan Anderson.
NCAA basketball odds experts know that a key player is Jay-R Strowbridge. He will be the lead guard but will get a battle from Juco transfer Steven Harley. Sek Henry will also be counted on to score and make an impact in basketball odds with newcomers Ade Dagunduro, Cookie Miller and Brandon Richardson looking for time.
Many fans that look at NCAA basketball odds may be surprised that the basketball team is better than the football team. Maric is very good inside according to NCAA basketball odds and that means the Cornhuskers have options. Those options according to NCAA basketball odds include Chinese Juco transfer Shang Ping, freshman Alonzo Edwards, Chris Balham and Alex Chapman.
NCAA basketball odds experts know that senior center Aleks Maric scored in double-figures 27 times in 2006-07, including each of his last 11 games. Basketball odds fans saw Maric post six consecutive double-doubles. The basketball odds experts know he averaged 22.7 points and 13.3 boards during that span, including two 30-point efforts. NCAA basketball odds fans know that Maric is the second Husker player to reach 1,000 points and 600 rebounds before the end of his junior season. NCAA basketball odds show that he has 1,111 points and 680 boards entering his final season.
NCAA basketball odds experts know that sophomore guard Ryan Anderson scored 283 points last year, the ninth-best mark by a NU freshman. He also ranked eighth on the freshman list with 25 steals. Fans of NCAA basketball odds should know that Nebraska will return its top two scorers (Maric, Anderson) in 2007-08. NCAA basketball odds experts know that the Huskers will have a young roster in ‘07-08. Eight newcomers are joining the team with a recruiting class ranked in the top 25 by at least three recruiting services and many NCAA basketball odds experts. Many people never thought they would see the day when Nebraska basketball was better than Nebraska football but that day has come. The football team is a mess but the basketball team could make some serious noise in the Big 12 Conference and make the NCAA Tournament this season.