College Football Betting - 2007 Michigan State Spartans Preview at SBG Global

The Michigan State Spartans disappointed college football betting fans yet again in 2006

Coach Mark Dantonio will be expected by college football betting fans to do the same thing with the Spartans. Michigan State has not been to a bowl game since 2003. Last season, QB Brian Hoyer (58% COMP, 863 TDs, 4 TDs, 3 INTs) played reasonably well and gives the Spartans and college football betting fans hope at quarterback. Dantonio is a defensive coach and should help improve the Spartans on that side of the ball immediately and college football betting fans should be encouraged. Football betting fans know that the Spartans aren’t going to contend for the Big Ten title this year but should improve. Dantonio loves to provide pressure on defense and force teams into mistakes and that excites college football betting players. Football betting players expect Michigan State to play much better on defense than they ever did when Smith was at the helm.

College football betting players see that the schedule is decent for Michigan State. They have five winnable games against UAB, Bowling Green, Pitt, Northwestern and Indiana. They have three probable road losses at Ohio State, Iowa and Purdue. They have home games against Michigan and Penn State. They also have to go on the road to play Notre Dame and Wisconsin in two probable college football betting losses. College football betting players know that the best offensive player may be junior RB Javon Ringer.  He is the best option for the offense and college football betting players to consider. Football betting fans know that the best defensive player is junior safety Otis Wiley.  He led the team in both tackles and passes defended.

Check our Michigan College Football Stats

College football betting fans know that the key for Michigan State will be QB Brian Hoyer. He could easily do as well as the departed Drew Stanton and be much more consistent. A key game for Michigan State and college football betting fans will be in late October at Purdue. The games that decide whether or not the Spartans make a bowl and for college football betting fans to consider, are the games against Pittsburgh, Northwestern and Indiana.