Mountain West NCAA Football Betting

NCAA football betting on the Mountain West Conference in 2008 was led by the Air Force Falcons who went 9-3 versus the bet NCAA football pointspread.

NCAA football betting in terms of over/unders saw more unders than overs although San Diego State did go over in 7 of 11 games. The only other over team was Wyoming who went over in 7 of 12 games according to bet NCAA football betting numbers. The best under team were New Mexico, BYU and UNLV who went under in 8 of their 12 games versus the NCAA football number. On the other end of the spectrum was Wyoming who went 2-9-1 versus the bet NCAA football pointspread.

The best team after Air Force against the NCAA football betting pointspread was Utah who went 7-6. That tells you how weak the Mountain West was against other conferences in 2008. League champ BYU was only 6-6 against the bet NCAA football pointspread.

The 2008 season sets up well for Utah to challenge BYU for the conference title according to NCAA football betting experts. BYU and TCU must both visit Utah this season which gives the Utes a chance to win the title according to NCAA football betting experts. Air Force has to replace a lot of starters and will have a tough time being in the mix according to NCAA football betting experts but Calhoun did a nice job in his first year and shouldn’t be totally dismissed. BYU is the top team in the conference and the title is theirs to lose. New Mexico can also be a factor in the race according to NCAA football betting experts. They have quarterback Donovan Porterie to go along with All-MWC running back Rodney Ferguson and the can impact NCAA football betting. TCU is also looking to bounce back from a sub-par season and their defense could impact NCAA football betting.

Which teams face struggles versus the NCAA football betting number in 2008 in the Mountain West? It is unlikely that Wyoming, UNLV or Colorado State will have a lot of success. San Diego State is a team that could go either way versus the NCAA football betting number in 2008.