College Football Betting - 2007 Buffalo Bulls Preview

College football betting fans know that the Buffalo Bulls have been one of the worst programs in college football for many years and unfortunately that will be the case again in 2007

College football betting fans know that Buffalo has no quality quarterback and it could be that Naaman Roosevelt who was a WR this year will compete for the starting job. College football betting fans know that UB’s rush offense only averaged 90-yards per game but should be better with James Stark. UB returns their offensive line and they should be better. NCAA football betting fans know that center Jamey Richard is a good one. DE Trevor Scott is a possible star on defense. Football betting NCAA players know that the concern for Buffalo’s defense is its LB corps which has very little back.

College football betting fans know that the defense returns all four starters in the secondary. In the last five seasons, UB is just 7-51. College football betting fans see that the non-conference road games are against Rutgers, Penn State and Syracuse while UB does host Baylor in what could be a winnable game. Football betting players know that crossover games are Ball State and UB will host Toledo. College football betting fans see that within the division, the Bulls get a nice break hosting Ohio, Akron and BG while traveling to Miami, Kent State and Temple. College football betting fans know that the most important game might be September 8th at Temple because it is a game where Buffalo could come away with a win.

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College football betting fans know that Buffalo is a tough place to win at but it is possible. College football betting fans see that getting to two wins would be a step in the right direction in 2007. College football betting fans know that the team will be far better if they get pass protection. The Bulls gave up 42 sacks last year. College football betting fans know that the Bulls really have only two games they are expected to have a chance to win. They are at Temple and host Baylor. College football betting fans know that even those two games don’t look like guaranteed wins.

College football betting fans know that the best offensive player may be sophomore RB James Starks. He is the best threat on the ground. College football betting fans see that the best defensive player is senior DE Trevor Scott. Football betting players know that he had nine sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss last season.