Here are more NCAA betting lines stats from the 2007 Bowling Green Falcons. The Falcons went 7-5 in terms of over/unders versus the NCAA football betting line. That was about the only negative from the 2007 season for the Falcons. NCAA betting lines saw Bowling Green get slaughtered in the GMAC Bowl against Tulsa 63-7. They closed the regular season with four straight wins and tied Miami for first in the East Division according to NCAA college football betting lines stats.
Bowling Green was led by first year starting quarterback Tyler Sheehan who threw 26 touchdowns according to NCAA betting lines stats. The Falcons also had running back Anthony Turner who led the team in rushing and scored 10 touchdowns according to NCAA betting lines stats. He is a former quarterback who also threw three TD passes during the season according to NCAA football betting line numbers.
One loss that Bowling Green would like to have back is the early matchup against Miami when they were blown out. That loss was early in the season and Bowling Green could have beaten Miami had they played that game in November. The good news for Bowling Green is that 2008 looks excellent according to NCAA betting lines experts. They have Sheehan, Turner, WR Freddie Barnes, and RB Willie Geter returning for the 2008 season. That means the Falcons should put up points on a regular basis according to NCAA betting lines experts.
The defense also returns a lot of starters and should improve in 2008. Nine starters return on defense according to NCAA football betting line stats. What may hurt Bowling Green overall, but not in the conference, is the early games against Pittsburgh, Wyoming, Boise State and Minnesota. That may toughen them up even if they lose all four games. The defense will get an early chance to improve upon last year’s numbers in those games.
The offense was 54th in total yards last season according to NCAA betting lines stats. They were 47th in points scored according to NCAA betting lines numbers. The defense was weaker as they were 93rd in total yards allowed and 95th in points allowed according to NCAA betting lines stats.