College Football Odds - 2007 MAC Preview

College football odds fans should know that Temple moves into the MAC Conference this season giving the MAC 13 teams

College football odds fans know that Temple was horrible in the Big East and things might not get much better in the MAC for the Owls. Each MAC team will play a full schedule within its division. NCAA Football odds betting players see that in overall MAC games, five of the six west division teams will play seven league games with one team, Toledo playing eight conference games. Six of the seven east division schools will play eight MAC games with one team, Miami playing seven MAC contests. NCAA College football odds fans know that the west is the stronger of the two divisions. Central Michigan, the defending MAC champion, is the only team in the league that will begin the year with a new head coach. College Football odds fans know that Brian Kelly accepted the job at Cincinnati that became available when Mark Dantonio left the Bearcats to go to Michigan State. CMU hired West Virginia receivers coach Butch Jones on January 5th.

College football odds fans know that Miami University and Toledo were always in the championship race but both struggled last year. Football odds betting fans know that the 2007 season should be different. Central Michigan was great under Brian Kelly last year winning the MAC title, but he’s gone. College football odds fans know that Ohio was one-dimensional last season running the ball and playing defense. College Football betting odds fans see that Western Michigan’s passing game should be good with Tim Hiller at quarterback after missing last year. College football odds fans know that Ball State has the league’s best passer in Nate Davis. Kent State has Julian Edelman who is an exciting runner and passer. College football betting odds fans know that Bowling Green should also run the ball more with Anthony Turner carrying the ball.

College football odds fans know that Central Michigan is still going to be good while Miami and Toledo should be better. College football odds fans know that Kent will have a great defense and should be in every game this season. College football odds fans think that Western Michigan should also be in the hunt all year. Akron and Northern Illinois who battled for the 2005 MAC title may slip back a bit in 2007. College football odds fans believe that Miami may be the surprise team that challenges in the MAC this year.

College football odss fans know that there are still going to be some teams at the bottom of the MAC. College football betting fans know that Temple is going to be poor, Eastern Michigan will struggle and Buffalo is almost always bad. College football odds fans think that the best offensive player in the MAC might be Central Michigan QB Dan LeFevour. He should be even better than last year when he led Central to the title. College football odds fans know that the best defensive player might be DE Larry English, Jr. of Northern Illinois. Football betting fans know he was a beast last year with 12 sacks and 16 tackles for loss with four forced fumbles and 51 tackles.