College Football Betting - 2007 Rutgers Scarlet Knights Preview

College football betting fans know that the 2006 Rutgers Scarlet Knights were quite a story going 11-2 straight up and 8-3-1 against the football betting number

College football betting fans know that head coach Greg Schiano has done a fantastic job turning this program around. College football betting fans know that Rutgers also got their first bowl victory when they beat Kansas State in the Texas Bowl. NCAA Football betting fans see that Rutgers has 14 starters returning including three All-Americans. NCAA College football betting fans know that the big strength for Rutgers is the running game. College football betting fans know that the Scarlet Knights averaged 29.8 PPG, ranking them 22nd in scoring nationally. College football betting fans see that junior Ray Rice (335 CAR, 1,794 YDs, 5.4 AVG, 20 TDs) and sophomore Kordell Young (29 CAR, 138 YDs, 4.8 AVG, 3 TDs) return. Football betting fans see that the offensive line, which allowed the fewest sacks in the nation, has three starters back. Junior QB Mike Teel (55.4% COMP, 2,135 YDs, 12 TDs, 13 INTs) also returns.

Rutgers was a favorite team for college football betting players in 2006. They continue to cover week after week. College football betting fans know that they still don’t get the respect they deserve. College football betting fans see that they have the ability to win the Big East title this season but West Virginia and Louisville are very good. College football betting fans know that the Scarlet Knights have one of the easiest non-conference schedules with their first possible loss on the schedule not until the West Virginia game. College football betting fans know that last season, Ray Rice was superb and should be again.

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Football betting fans see that the defense was excellent and allowed only 14.3 points per game. College football betting fans know that junior DE Jamaal Westerman returns as the leader in sacks with eight and senior tackle All-American Eric Foster is back. All-Big East safeties Courtney Greene (82 tackles, 51 solo) and Ron Girault are back.

College football betting fans know that the schedule is reasonable for Rutgers with the big games being against West Virginia and Louisville. Rutgers should win home games against Buffalo, Navy, Norfolk State, Maryland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and South Florida. College football betting fans know that they should win at Syracuse, Connecticut and Army. That would give them 10 wins and the games at home against West Virginia and the last game of the year at Louisville will decide the Big East title.