College Football Betting - 2007 Kansas State Wildcats Preview

The Kansas State Wildcats had a successful season in 2006, although moderately as they went 7-6 and just 6-6 against the football betting pointspread

College football betting players know that they lost to Rutgers in the bowl game in a blowout. NCAA football betting players know that last year was head coach Ron Prince's first. NCAA College football betting players know that sophomore QB Josh Freeman (41% COMP, 1,780 YDs, 6 TDs, 15 INTs) was awful for the most part last year, throwing 15 interceptions. He did lead the team to a bowl game though and will probably keep the starting job. College football betting fans know that at least he can run the ball. Football betting players see that the Wildcats have James Johnson and Leon Patton to run the ball. Senior WR Jordy Nelson should be full healthy this season and a great threat at receiver.

College football betting players know that the offense scored 22.8 PPG while the defense gave up 23.8 PPG. All-Big 12 defensive end Ian Campbell (67 tackles, 42 solo) may move to linebacker. College football betting players see that last year was a solid first step for Prince and Kansas State but they could stake a step back in 2007. The Wildcats will try to be better running the football but it is up to Freeman to play better. College football betting players see that on defense KSU is going to get more pressure on the quarterback and try to force turnovers.

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College football betting players know that KSU was ranked 106th in passing efficiency last year and that is not going to get it done. Football betting players see that the schedule does K-State no favors. They start out at Auburn and close out with Fresno State. College football betting players see that they do have winnable games against San Jose State and Missouri State and a home game against Baylor. They have to go to Texas and to Oklahoma State. College football betting players know that three of the last four games, and four of the last six, are on the road including games against Iowa State and Nebraska.

College football betting players know that the best offensive player needs to be sophomore QB Josh Freeman. College football betting players know that Freeman wasn’t consistent last year and made a ton of mistakes. Football betting players see that the best defensive player is junior DE Ian Campbell.

It is too bad the season depends upon the play of one player but in the Wildcat’s case it does. College football betting players know that they go as far as Freeman carries them. College football betting players see that Kansas State could win as many as 8 games if Freeman plays well but if he struggles they could easily find themselves winning only four. Football betting players know that anything is possible in 2007 for K-State.