College Football betting players think Middle0 Tennessee State should have something to say about who does win the title this season. College football odds fans know that Florida Atlantic also could make some noise as Howard Schnellenberger continues to improve the program. College Football betting players know that UL Monroe can score on anyone in the league and UL Lafayette and Arkansas State could be tough. Even North Texas has the potential to be in the race. College football odds fans believe only Florida International does not look like a serious contender in the league race.
|Louisiana Monroe Indians||UL Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns|
|Florida International Panthers||Troy Trojans|
|Florida Atlantic Owls||North Texas Mean Green|
|Arkansas State Indians||Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders|
NCAA football odds fans know that the Sun Belt is all about running the football. College football odds fans know that there are a number of backs that could go over 1,000 yards this season. Calvin Dawson (UL Monroe), Tyrell Fenroy (UL Lafayette), Jamario Thomas (North Texas), Reggie Arnold (Arkansas State), Julian Reams and A’mod Ned (FIU), DeMarco McNair (Middle Tennessee), Charles Pierre (Florida Atlantic) and Sean Dawkins and Kenny Cattouse (Troy) are all are backs that could go over 1,000 yards this season.
College football odds fans know that last year the best defenses were Middle Tennessee, UL Lafayette, Troy and Arkansas State. College Football betting players know that those four defenses should be tough again and each of those four teams should be in the hunt for the conference title. College football odds fans think that Florida Atlantic is the team that could throw a wrench in the race. College football odds fans know that with the play of QB Rusty Smith it is expected that the Owls will make some noise.
College football odds fans know that Arkansas State has a brutal schedule with a lot of tough non-conference games but they could still win the conference race. College football odds fans believe that the player of the year could be QB Omar Haugabook, out of Troy. He completed 61% of his passes for 2,401 yards and 21 touchdowns last year. He needs to cut down on his interceptions this season. College football odds fans think that the defensive player of the year could be SS Tyrell Johnson, out of Arkansas State.