2007-2008 Penn State Nittany Lions College Basketball Betting

College basketball betting fans were disappointed last year by the performance of Penn State.

Big things were expected from the Nittany Lions and they laid an egg both straight up and against the basketball betting lines.

College basketball betting fans saw Penn State finish a pathetic 2-14 in the conference even though they supposedly had a lot of talent.  This season, college basketball betting experts see that the team returns 6-5 senior swingman Geary Claxton and 6-5 junior power forward Jamelle Cornley. Claxton averaged 16.3 points and 8 rebounds last season while Cornley averaged 11.4 points and pulled down 5.7 rebounds a game for fans of Penn State basketball betting odds. Also returning according to college basketball betting experts are 6-3 junior shooting guard Danny Morrissey and 6-11 senior forward Brandon Hassell. College basketball betting fans know that Morrissey averaged 9.6 points and 2.8 rebounds last season while Hassell averaged 5.6 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. College basketball betting experts see that Mike Walker returns as a possible point guard although newcomer Talor Battle, who averaged 26.7 points and 5.7 assists as a senior in high school could easily get the job.  Other newcomers for Penn State college basketball betting fans to consider include 6-1 junior guard Stanley Pringle, 6-8 freshman wing Jeff Brooks and 6-6 junior forward Schyler King. David Jackson is a 6-7 redshirt freshman who may play as well according to college basketball betting experts. Joonas Suotamo and Andrew Jones may also get playing time according to college basketball betting experts.

College basketball betting experts see that Claxton and Cornley provide good scoring options but the overall talent beyond those two is weak.
PG Talor Battle may be the big key for fans of Penn State basketball betting odds. If he gets the job and produces then Penn State can make an impact against basketball betting odds.

Head coach Ed DeChellis has had long enough to turn things around at Penn State and has done nothing for fans of college basketball betting.  Another poor year will probably spell the end of his coach career at Penn State.  The Big 10 is not as strong as previous seasons so perhaps Penn State can be improved and make a little bit of noise against the college basketball betting odds this season.