2007-2008 Washington Huskies College Basketball Betting Odds

College basketball betting odds stats show that junior forward Jon Brockman, an All- Pac-10 selection, is one of four returning starters for Washington.

He's the team's top returning scorer (14.2 points per game according to basketball betting stats) and led the Pac-10 in rebounding (9.6 rebounds per game according to college basketball betting odds stats). College basketball betting odds stats show that the Huskies were second in the league, averaging 76.5 points per game last year. Junior point guard Justin Dentmon (10.1 points per game according to college basketball betting odds stats) also returns.

Senior guard Ryan Appleby is the long range shooter, averaging 2.63 three pointers per game/2nd in Pac-10 according to basketball betting stats. Sophomore forward Quincy Pondexter (10.7 points per game according to college basketball betting stats) could have a big year. Freshman forward Matthew Bryan-Amaning should make an immediate impact according to experts that look at college basketball betting odds.  The Huskies also return junior forward Joel Smith who redshirted last season. He averaged 13 minutes and 3.7 points in 2005-06 according to college basketball betting odds stats. Senior guard Tim Morris sat out last season after transferring from Stanford and he will be available. He averaged 20.5 minutes /5.0 ppg/3.1 rpg in 2005-06 for the Cardinal according to basketball betting stats. The Huskies went 19-13 last year and didn’t get a postseason invite but that could change this season according to college basketball betting odds stats.

Washington will have to replace Spencer Hawes but that may not be a problem according to college basketball betting odds stats.  The Huskies have some good young talent that can make an impact this season according to college basketball betting odds stats.  The Huskies will need to take care of the ball.  They led the league in turnovers at 15.6 per game according to basketball betting stats.Washington is not good enough to compete for the top spot in the Pac-10 but they have enough talent to make some noise and make a postseason tournament according to college basketball betting odds experts.  The Huskies could easily have success and cover the college basketball betting odds more often than not in 2008.