After coming out of nowhere and climbing to the top of the college football betting world in 2007 it would almost impossible for the Tigers to top that memorable college football betting season, but when this year’s NCAA football betting action opens up that’s exactly what they’ll aspiring to do. Led by All-American Chase Daniels Mizzou will be looking to show the college football betting skeptics that 2007 was no fluke.
Last year the Tigers emerged from a tough Big 12 North to steal the title from such notable college football betting powers as Nebraska and Colorado. After finishing last college football betting season with a 12-2 record and having a legitimate shot at an NCAA football championship the Tigers finished the season ranked number four in most college football betting polls. That’s an impressive run for a school known more for its basketball success than its NCAA football betting prowess.
But with the competition level somewhat diluted in the Big 12 North this year and Daniels back at the helm, there’s little reason not believe that the team won’t have similar college football betting success this season. NCAA football betting experts like the team’s chances of repeating as the North champs with Kansas -its closest competitor last season in the college football betting conference race- losing multiple key players and coaches.
Daniels was very impressive last season and passed up a chance in the NFL to return to the college football betting ranks. He’ll team up with his favorite target Jeremy Maclin to try and produce the same type of offensive magic that carried the team in the 2007 college football betting season. Maclin burst onto the college football betting scene last year in his first season in college football betting. As a freshman he became a lethal weapon receiving, rushing and returning kicks. In fact, he’s one of the most exciting players in college football betting and has chance to play on Sunday’s when his college football betting career concludes.
However, despite all the individual talent the team has it’s still not in the same league as Big 12 heavyweights like Oklahoma or Texas and according to most NCAA football betting experts is unlikely to win the overall conference and once again come up short in its college football betting pursuits.
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