2007-2008 Pacific Tigers College Basketball Odds

College basketball odds experts were disappointed in the Pacific Tigers last season.

After three straight NCAA Tournament appearances and 20-win seasons, Pacific struggled last year with a bunch of new players and frustrated those gamblers that bet basketball odds.

College basketball odds saw the Tigers finish 12-19 including losses in five of their last six games.  Pacific offers a solid mix of returnees and newcomers in hopes of rejoining the ranks of contenders in the Big West this year. College basketball odds experts see that junior forward Anthony Brown leads the team. He ranked seventh in the league in scoring (14.3 ppg) and third in rebounding (7.2 rpg) and earned second team all-conference honors according to college basketball odds experts. His seven double-doubles was second among Big West players according to experts that consider basketball odds. Brown posted the league’s second-best field goal percentage (.533) as experts that bet college basketball odds remember.

Many college basketball odds experts remember that Pacific played in one of the most memorable games in Big West Tournament history to end last year.  The Tigers played in the tournament’s first double overtime game, losing 100-92 to Cal State Fullerton according to college basketball odds experts.

Pacific has a lot of players competing for the staring guard spots according to college basketball odds experts. Point guard looks to be a battle between junior Steffan Johnson and senior Solomon HorseChief according to basketball odds experts. The two started at various times last year. Johnson was second on the team in scoring (9.7ppg) and fifth in the Big West in assists (3.6 apg) according to basketball odds experts. HorseChief (6.8 ppg) led the squad in free throw percentage (.754) as experts that bet college basketball odds remember.

Pacific was last in the league in rebounding last season according to college basketball odds experts.  They will hope that 6-8 forward Michael Nunnally from nearby Delta College in Stockton will help. He averaged 18.5 ppg and 12.1 rpg his sophomore year at Delta according to college basketball odds experts.
Other newcomers according to college basketball odds experts include Chad Troyer who played at Miami of Ohio and Terrell Smith who is a highly touted recruit. Pacific should have a bounce back season in 2007-2008 versus the basketball odds.