Football odds fans see that The South division is the toughest and most competitive with Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Texas Tech. Football odds fans know that Texas has quarterback Colt McCoy and some good receivers and a solid defense. Last year's conference champion, the Oklahoma Sooners have a lot of playmakers, the Texas A&M Aggies have a nice QB in Stephen McGee and Texas Tech always puts points on the board for NCAA football odds players. Oklahoma State needs to play better defense for college football odds fans while Baylor is still a lost cause. The Big 12 North does not have the same strength as the South. Football odds fans know that it should be Missouri and Nebraska in the South. College football betting fans see that Nebraska has fifth-year senior transfer Sam Keller at QB while the Tigers have QB Chase Daniels. Kansas State is young but talented and Kansas is possibly playing for head coach Mark Mangino’s job. Football odds fans see that Colorado has a new QB but can run the ball. College football betting players know that Iowa State has a lot of offense but no defense.
|Baylor Bears||Nebraska Cornhuskers|
|Colorado Golden Buffaloes||Oklahoma Sooners|
|Iowa State Cyclones||Oklahoma State Cowboys|
|Kansas Jayhawks||Texas A&M Aggies|
|Kansas State Wildcats||Texas Longhorns|
|Missouri Tigers||Texas Tech Red Raiders|
Football odds fans know that in the Big 12 you start with Texas and Oklahoma and go from there. Football odds fans know that Oklahoma State may be the team that surprises in the Big 12 this season and contends for a title. QB Bobby Reid and WR Adarius Bowman will keep defenses guessing while Dantrell Savage and Keith Toston will be solid backs. Football odds fans know that in the South, Iowa State has a lot of rebuilding to do under first year coach Gene Chizik, but they still have Bret Meyer.
Football odds fans know that Texas A&M is talented but the schedule is difficult. The Aggies have Miami, Texas Tech, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Missouri all on the road. College football betting fans know that the offensive player of the year in the Big 12 will probably be Texas QB Colt McCoy. Oklahoma State’s Bobby Reid, and Missouri’s Chase Daniel and Texas Tech’s Graham Harrell will be in the hunt as well.
College football betting players know that the defensive player of the year may be DE Ian Campbell, Jr. from Kansas State. He is a great pass rusher and puts pressure on opposing offenses. Football odds fans know that the coach under pressure this year is Dan Hawkins of Colorado. Football odds fans know that with all of his outbursts, it is time for Hawkins to start delivering for all the money Colorado is paying him.
Football odds fans know that the interesting part of the Big 12 North will be Missouri trying to finally fulfill expectations. College football betting players see that the defense should be better, and the offense will be among the best in the country with QB Chase Daniel and his two star tight ends, Martin Rucker and Chase Coffman. Football odds fans thin.