2007 Cincinnati Bearcats Preview

College football betting players know that Brian Kelly begins his first year with the Cincinnati Bearcats. Football betting players know that Mark Dantonio did a great job but has moved on to Michigan State. College football betting players saw the Bearcats finished 8-5 straight up and 7-4-1 against the football betting line in 2006. College football betting players know that in the past six years, the Bearcats have been to five bowl games. NCAA Football betting players are aware that Kelly will install a West Coast style offense and either senior Ben Mauk, a transfer from Wake Forest, or junior Dustin Grutza will start at QB. Junior Dominick Goodman ((40 REC, 452 YDs, 5 TDs) is the main receiver. NCAA College football betting players see that senior RB Greg Moore (162 CAR, 709 YDs, 4 TDs) is the feature back.

College football betting players know that new defensive coordinator Joe Tresey, who comes from Central Michigan, will look to improve the defense. DE Trevor Anderson returns as the team's sack leader with 6. College football betting players see that six wins are certainly possible and a victory against Pittsburgh could be the key game. Football betting fans know that the team has an early game against Oregon State that could be big on the schedule. College football betting players see that the team will try and improve upon their paltry offensive numbers of 21.1 PPG and still keep the defense from allowing more than 20 points per game.

Cincinnati is a team that could surprise college football betting fans in 2007. They still have potential to surprise in the Big East and make some noise. College football betting fans should know ignore the Bearcats, especially with the new coach. The Bearcats could provide nice college football betting value this season. They will probably be an underdog in many of their college football betting games this season.

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College football betting players know that starting quarterback Dustin Grutza had a solid season last year throwing for 1,632 yards and nine touchdowns but he may lose the job to Ben Mauk. College football betting players see that Cincy also picked up some good recruits. College football betting players are aware that head Coach Brian Kelly has also scheduled some promotional events to keep the fans involved throughout the season but the big way to keep fans and football betting players involved is to win football games.