2007 Air Force Falcons College Football Betting Preview

Football odds fans know that for the first time in 23 years the Air Force Falcons will be coached by someone other than Fisher DeBerry

The Falcons were 4-8 both straight up and against the college football betting number in 2006. NCAA Football betting odds fans know that leading the Falcon offense is veteran QB Shaun Carney, who ranks 3rd all time in the school's history with 3,900 passing yards and 2nd all time with 30 touchdowns. College Football betting odds fans know that the Falcons will be changing their offense and focusing on throwing the ball more. Football odds fans know that last year's leading rusher, Chad Hall, was moved to wide receiver, and last year’s back-up QB, Jim Ollis, will be shifted to running back. NCAA College football betting players know that the defense was very poor last year, giving up 354.7 yards per game, ranking 78th in the nation. The team does get LB Drew Fowler back who led the league in tackles last season.

Football odds fans see that Air Force opens with 1-AA South Carolina State then has to face Utah, TC and BYU. Football odds fans think that they better win the opener because the next three look like losses. College football betting fans know that as always, the non-conference schedule includes Army and Navy, and for the 2nd straight year the Falcons play Notre Dame.

Football odds fans think that QB Shaun Carney is critical to the success of Air Force. He will have to play extremely well for Air Force to have a winning season. Football odds fans know that the Falcons lost five games by a touchdown or less last season.

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Football odds fans think that the best offensive player is senior QB Shaun Carney. He’s been everything for three seasons rushing for 1,924 yards and 25 touchdowns. Football odds fans think that the best defensive player will be senior LB Drew Fowler.College football betting players believe a key player this season could be senior WR Mark Root. Football odds fans think that the goal for Air Force is a winning season but realistically improving upon last year’s 4-8 season might be difficult. They have winnable games against South Carolina State and Army and games that they should be competitive in against Wyoming, UNLV, San Diego State, Colorado State and possibly Navy and New Mexico.

Football odds fans believe a key game could be early at Utah if Air Force is to compete in the Mountain West this season.