College Football Betting – 2007 Syracuse Orange Preview

College football betting fans saw the Syracuse Orange finished 4-8 straight up in 2006 but a surprising 8-4 against the football betting number.

College football betting know that Greg Robinson has done nothing at Syracuse as head coach and it probably won’t get any better in 2007. College football betting players know that the offense for Syracuse in 2006 was sickening. NCAA Football betting players know that they were 102nd in the country averaging only 17.4 PPG. NCAA College football betting players see that sophomore Andrew Robinson is expected to be the quarterback and he does have receivers that are decent including TE Tom Ferron, senior WR Taj Smith and sophomore wide Mike Williams. College football betting players see that the running game has junior TB Curtis Brinkley. College football betting players see that the Syracuse defense gave up 24.6 PPG in 2006 but they do have some returning players including senior DE Lee Williams, senior DT Tony Jenkins and senior Jameel McClain. Senior FS Joe Fields (76 tackles, 40 solo, 4 INTs) and senior SS Dowayne Davis (70 tackles, 40 solo) also return.

College football betting players know that the Syracuse team in 2007 is going to lose a lot of games. The only question is how many. College football betting players see that there are very few easy wins on the schedule. Football betting players see that the four wins in 2006 were against Illinois, Miami of Ohio, Wyoming and Connecticut. A year earlier they won only one game. College football betting players know that when Paul Pasqualoni was let go after 14 up and down seasons the Orange gave the job to Robinson and things have really gotten worse.

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College football betting players see that the schedule doesn’t do the team any favors. College football betting players know that the opener against Washington is probably a home loss. College football betting players believe they will lose at Iowa. Football betting fans think that they do have a winnable game at home against Illinois but that is no gimme. College football betting players believe they will lose at Louisville and may lose at Miami of Ohio. College football betting players believe they will lose at home against West Virginia and Rutgers before their one real winnable game against Buffalo at home. College football betting players think they should lose at Pittsburgh and at home against South Florida. They finish at Connecticut and at home against Cincinnati. Football betting players think that with this schedule the game against Buffalo is the only sure win.