2007-2008 Texas Longhorns NCAA Basketball Odds

NCAA basketball odds fans will miss Kevin Durant as he was one of the best college players of all-time.

The good news for fans of Texas basketball odds is that the Longhorns return four starters from last year’s team.

NCAA basketball odds will be influenced on Texas games because of super guard D.J. Augustin who scored 14.4 points per game. A.J. Abrams and Justin Mason also can score and play well each night for fans of NCAA basketball odds. Bench support according to basketball odds experts will come from a group that includes Harrison Smith, J.D. Lewis and Dogus Balbay. Upfront the Longhorns have Damion James along with returning players Connor Atchley, Matt Hill and Dexter Pittman for fans of basketball odds. Newcomers Clinton Chapman and Alexis Wangmene could also get playing time.

Fans of NCAA basketball odds may want to know that sophomore guard D.J. Augustin had 233 assists last season, the third best freshman total in Big 12 history. Many experts that follow NCAA basketball odds know that he ranked fourth nationally in assists per game (6.7) as a freshman. Following NCAA basketball odds on Texas had you watching Augustin dish out at least six assists in 23 of 35 games a year ago. He had 41 assists with just 16 turnovers in the final six games as Texas made their run against the NCAA basketball odds.

Experts at betting NCAA basketball odds remember that junior guard A.J. Abrams set a Big 12 season-record a year ago with 120 field goals made from 3-point range. He is the second straight Longhorn (Daniel Gibson) to connect on over 100 from beyond the arc. Fans of NCAA basketball odds should know that sophomore Damion James recorded 42 blocks on the year, placing him third on the UT freshman list. NCAA basketball odds fans may want to know that James grabbed 253 rebounds in 2006-07, the third-highest freshman mark in conference history. He had double-figure rebounds a total of 10 times as basketball odds fans may remember.

Fans that bet NCAA basketball odds may want to know that Texas was the only Division I athletics program in the nation last season to win 25 men’s basketball, 10 football and 40 baseball games. The basketball team has the potential to do their part again this season for fans of NCAA basketball odds.