2007 Mississippi College Football Betting Preview

College football betting fans know that the Mississippi Rebels went 4-8 straight up and 5-5-1 against the football betting pointspread in 2006

College football betting fans know that the team returns 15 starters for the 2007 season and has a chance at making a bowl game this season. College football betting fans see that nine starters return on offense, including senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis (234 CAR, 1,000 YDs, 7 TDs). The QB should be senior Seth Adams (54.8% COMP) or former Tennessee starter senior Brent Schaeffer (47.1% COMP, 1,442 YDs, 9 TDs, 10 INTs). NCAA football betting fans know that Mississippi only scored an average of 15.7 PPG, ranking them 108th in the nation, while they allowed opponents 22.9 PPG, placing them 61st in the country. NCAA College Football betting players know that the defense gets both defensive ends back and junior Jamarca Sanford leads the secondary. College football betting fans know that after winning ten games in 2003, Ole Miss has won just nine games against division one teams the past few seasons.

College football betting fans know that all eight losses last year came to bowl-bound teams. Football betting players know that Mississippi was close last season as they lost to Georgia, Alabama, Auburn and LSU by a total of 19 points. College football betting fans know that to make a bowl game this season they will need to pull off an upset or two.

College football betting fans see that the schedule is about average for Mississippi. College football betting fans know that road games have them facing Memphis, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Auburn and Mississippi State. College football betting fans know that home games against Louisiana Tech and Northwestern State should be wins and then there are other games in which they will be underdogs against Missouri, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas and LSU. College football betting fans know that Mississippi will have to pull off a couple of upsets at home and on the road to go to a bowl game but it is possible.

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College football betting fans know that the best offensive player is junior OT Michael Oher. He’s 6-5, 325-pounds and will lead the offensive line. Football betting players think that the best defensive player is sophomore DE Marcus Tillman. He could be an All-SEC player this season. College football betting fans know that Mississippi must replace LB Patrick Willis on defense and it won’t be easy. College football betting fans see that junior LB Tony Fein is a star JUCO transfer who made 136 tackles for Scottsdale C.C. last year and if he can play well then Mississippi has a chance to be good on defense.

College football betting fans see that the goal for Ole Miss is to make a bowl game. It is not going to be easy but it is possible if everything goes right. Football betting fans see that a key game is early at Vanderbilt in a game the Rebels really need to win if they are serious about making it to a bowl game.