Football Odds - 2007 Mountain West Preview

Football odds fans know that the 2007 Mountain West Conference race should be a good one with TCU, BYU and Utah at the top again.

Football odds fans know that the Mountain West won three of their four bowl games last season and things could be good again in 2007. Brigham Young dominated league play in 2006, outscoring their conference opponents by 25.5 points per game but they lost a lot of players and will be hard pressed to repeat in 2007. College football betting Odds fans know that TCU looks to rely on a great defense and strong ground attack, as they hope to retake the league title from BYU. NCAA Football odds fans know that over the last three seasons, the Mountain West has been dominated by one of the big three: BYU, TCU and Utah. Football odds fans see that the Utes went 12-0 and won the Fiesta Bowl under Urban Meyer in 2004, the Horned Frogs joined the conference in 2005 and went 11-1 season, and the Cougars dominated last season. Football odds fans know that Gary Patterson has done a great job at TCU.

College football betting fans know that he is 22-3 over the last two seasons and has four ten-win seasons in the last five. Led by the defensive end tandem of Tommy Blake and Chase Ortiz, the Horned Frog defense will be superb. Football odds fans believe that Utah won’t be that far back, especially since they get star QB Brian Johnson back from injury. Football odds fans know that BYU will be good but they lost too many players to win the title this season.

Football odds fans think that the rest of the league is a step back from the top three. College football betting players think Wyoming is on the brink of making noise. They have Karsten Sween at quarterback. Football odds fans know that Colorado State gets top running back Kyle Bell back from a knee injury. Football odds fans know that New Mexico is always pretty solid. College football betting players know that Air Force is without Fisher DeBerry for the first time in 23 years and that spells trouble. UNLV is hoping to do anything under Mike Sanford. Football odds fans know that Chuck Long’s San Diego State team has an offense but can they stop anyone?

Football odds fans think that the best player this year in the conference could be QB Brian Johnson, Jr. from Utah. If he is healthy he can lead the Utes to the title. The defensive player of the year might be DE Tommy Blake from TCU. Football odds fans know that if he isn’t the best player his partner Chase Ortiz might be.