College Football Betting - 2007 Arkansas State Indians Preview

College football betting fans know that Arkansas State finished 6-6 straight up and 4-6 against the football betting number in 2006

College football betting fans know that they return quarterback Corey Leonard and running back Reggie Arnold who had 1,000 yards a year ago, Arnold was also the league's freshman of the Year. College football betting fans know that the Indians return just two starters on the offensive line but one is all-conference player Matt Mandich at left tackle. NCAA College football betting fans know that junior David Johnson averaged 15.4 yards per catch at tight end last year and Levi Dejohnette and Jarriel Norman are back at receiver.

NCAA football betting fans know that Arkansas State has preseason Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year Tyrell Johnson at safety to lead a great secondary. Football betting players see that the rest of the defense looks pretty solid as well. College football betting fans know that this team went to the New Orleans Bowl just two seasons ago. After a great 5-2 start last year the Indians lost four of their last five.

College football betting fans know that anything less than a Sun Belt Championship will be a disappointment for Arkansas State. Reggie Arnold could become the league’s best back, but Corey Leonard has to be better. College football betting fans know that the defense is solid but ASU did only have 13 sacks and that needs to improve. The secondary is superb.

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Football betting players know that the schedule is not too bad for the Indians. College football betting fans see that they do have the slaughters at Texas and Tennessee, but they have Memphis and SMU coming to Jonesboro and a regular-season finale against Southern Miss who may be resting their players for a bigger game. College football betting fans know that in Sun Belt play the key games are against UL Lafayette, Middle Tennessee and Troy.

College football betting fans know that the best offensive player is sophomore RB Reggie Arnold. He should get 1,000 yards without a problem this year. College football betting fans know that the best defensive player is senior SS Tyrell Johnson. He is a three-time All-Sun Belt selection. Football betting players know a key player could be senior C Heath Lockley. The offensive line is a big key this season and Lockley leads the way.

College football betting fans know that the Arkansas State goal this season is to win the conference. A key game could be Oct. 20th at Middle Tennessee.