Temple Owls NCAA Betting Lines

NCAA betting lines stats show that Temple went 4-8 straight up and a very profitable 8-4 versus the NCAA football betting line in 2007.

Here is a look at more NCAA betting lines numbers from the 2007 Temple Owls. Temple was also an under machine, going under in 9 of their 12 games versus the NCAA football betting line. NCAA betting line numbers show that Temple won four games in their first year in the MAC. That was as many games as the team won in its previous four years combined. It definitely helped playing in a conference that is weaker. The defense was superb which is why their totals went under versus the collge football betting line. The defense led the MAC in total defense according to NCAA betting lines stats.

NCAA betting lines stats show that the offensive player of the year for Temple was quarterback Adam DiMichele. The defensive player of the year according to NCAA betting lines stats was safety Dominique Harris. Temple easily could have finished with five wins but they were robbed out of a win against Connecticut as referees blew a call when receiver Bruce Francis was called out when replay show he was in for the go ahead TD.

Head coach Al Golden did a very nice job last year for Temple and for the first time in a long while there is real optimism surrounding the Owls football team according to NCAA betting lines experts. The team has a ton of returning starters for 2008 according to NCAA betting lines stats. The defense should again be superb and getting Adam DiMichele back from injury will help. The offensive line must improve and the special teams also need work as they were awful last season according to NCAA betting lines stats.

Overall the Temple offense was one of the worst in the nation. They were 113th overall in total yards according to NCAA football betting line stats. They were even worse in points scored, ranking next to last in the entire country according to NCAA betting lines stats. The defense was pretty good as they were 46th in total yards allowed and 54th in points allowed in the nation in 2007 according to NCAA betting lines stats.