College Football Betting - 2007 Kent State Golden Flashes Preview

College football betting players know that the 2006 Kent State Golden Flashes finished 6-6 both straight up and against the football betting pointspread

College football betting players know that Kent finished second in the East division but did not make a bowl game. College football betting players know that the club has not been to a bowl game since 1972 when it lost in the Tangerine Bowl. NCAA football betting players know that it is not impossible for Kent to end that streak this season. Junior Julian Edelman (55.4% COMP, 1,859 YDs, 10 TDs, 11 INTs) was a late JUNCO transfer who started as the third QB and became the starter. He also gained 658 yards on the ground. RB Eugene Jarvis was excellent gaining 798 YDs and rushing for 3 TDs. NCAA College Football betting players know Kent State averaged just 18-points per game last season, ranking 100th nationally.

College football betting players know that the defense played well last season, holding opponents to 20.1 PPG. The secondary was very good. CB Jack William returns as does sophomore BLB Kevin Hogan. College football betting players know that the biggest loss on defense is pass rushing specialist Dan Muir. Football betting fans know Kent gave up just 20 points per game last year and 298 yards of total offense. College football betting players know that one major problem last year was a kicking game that saw them make just 2 of 10 FGs last season which included a horrible 1 of 5 from inside 30-yards.

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College football betting players know that the schedule is a good one for Kent. They have winnable non-conference games against Iowa State, Kentucky and Delaware State. College football betting players know that they do have Ohio State but the crossover games are hosting defending MAC champ Central Michigan while traveling to Northern Illinois. College football betting players know that getting Temple and Buffalo in their final two games of the season is a big plus. College football betting players are aware that the East is the far easier of the two divisions, so things go well Kent can compete and could make a bowl game. Football betting fans know the best offensive player is junior QB Julian Edelman. He knows how to win. College football betting players know that the best defensive player is senior CB Jack Williams. The goal for Kent is to win the East. A key game is Sept. 22 at Akron.