San Diego State Aztecs NCAA Football Betting

NCAA football betting stats show that San Diego State went 4-8 straight up and 6-5 versus the bet NCAA football pointspread.

Here is a look at more NCAA football betting numbers from the 2007 San Diego State Aztecs. The Aztecs did not play well against the best teams in 2007 with the defense really struggling. NCAA football betting stats show that San Diego State was 7-4 in terms of over/unders in 2007. The offense was led by quarterback Kevin O’Connell who threw for over 3,000 yards according to NCAA College football betting stats.

The end of the season for San Diego State was a disappointment. The Aztecs lost their last three games of the year by blowout margins according to bet NCAA football numbers.

2008 is a rebuilding time for San Diego State and that is not good news considering the Aztecs only won four games. They lose O’Connell, receiver Brett Swain, and most of the offensive line according to NCAA football betting stats. The defense must improve if the Aztecs are to even be competitive in 2008 according to NCAA football betting experts. Head coach Chuck Long has really done nothing with the Aztecs and the 2008 season doesn’t look overly promising with all of the losses. Overall, the offense loses 9 starters according to NCAA football betting stats and both kickers must be replaced.

The 2007 Aztecs at least had an offense that could score on occasion. They were 74th in total yards according to bet NCAA football stats. They were 77th in total points scored in the country according to bet NCAA football stats. The defense was awful, ranking 117th in total yards allowed according to NCAA football betting stats. They were 103rd in points allowed according to NCAA football betting stats.

San Diego State is going to be an underdog most of the time in 2008 NCAA football betting lines. The Aztecs just don’t have enough talent to compete with the best teams in the Mountain West Conference. It could be a long season for San Diego State in terms of NCAA football betting success in 2008.