College Football Betting – 2007 Tulane Green Wave Preview

College football betting players know that the 2006 Tulane Green Wave went 4-8 both straight up and against the football betting line.

They return 14 starters from that team. College football betting players see that the 2007 team will be led by Bob Toledo who used to coach UCLA many years ago. College football betting players know that Tulane will have to replace departed quarterback Lester Richard. The leading candidate is Junior Scott Elliott but Anthony Scelfo and Kevin Moore are in the mix. NCAA football betting players see that Jeremy Williams will lead the receiving group after catching 40 passes last year. Matt Forte rushed for 859 yards and eight touchdowns last year and leads the running game.

NCAA College football betting players know that the defense for Tulane in 2006 was a disaster. They gave up 33.3 points per game last season. Football betting fans see that eight starters return from that unit but that may not be good news. College football betting players know that head Coach Bob Toledo will try and install a wide open attack at Tulane and bring some optimism to the program. He has his work cut out for him with a bad defense and no starting quarterback with experience. College football betting players know that Tulane is in a rebuilding mode and the 2007 does not look promising. Football betting fans know that what might help Tulane is an exciting offense and a defense that at least creates turnovers. College football betting players see that the Green Wave was 112th nationally in takeaways last season and must improve upon that number.

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College football betting players see that the Green Wave gets an amazing four straight home games to start the season, but the games are not easy against defending Conference USA champion Houston, Mississippi State, and LSU. College football betting players see that at least they get SE Louisiana as a probable win. College football betting players know that the problem for Tulane is that no game on the schedule really looks easy except the game against SE Louisiana. Football betting fans believe that the best offensive player may be senior RB Matt Forte. College football betting players think that the best defensive player might be senior FS David Skehan. College football betting players know that he led the Green Wave with 80 tackles and four interceptions last season.

College football betting players know that a key measuring stick game comes early for Tulane as they host Houston on September 15th. That should give fans a good indication of how the season will go. College football betting players know that the season will be a rebuilding one for head coach Toledo and the Tulane team. Football betting fans know that all of the road games look like probable losses so home games are critical to win for Tulane.