But the Vols will still enter the 2008 college football betting season as one of the elite teams in NCAA football betting. Although the team’s tough SEC schedule will likely prevent it from reaching college football betting title game this is a team with top ten potential.
As a member of the super competitive SEC, the Vols will be given a break by most college football betting voters for not going undefeated, but no team in the SEC can afford more than two losses in the NCAA football betting and still reasonably expect to have any shot at a BCS bid. Two loss max might sound like a cake walk for many top college football betting programs, but not those that play in the SEC. Last was evidence enough of how tricky the SEC competition can be when LSU was crowned the first ever national champion of college football betting with two losses.
This year Tennessee faces a top ranked opponent almost every week during their conference schedule with every team except in the conference except Mississippi receiving votes from college football betting voters. But the team is far from helpless and is ranked 18 in the AP preseason college football betting poll. Coach Phil Fulmer will head up a team that finished a very strong 10-4 in the NCAA football betting competition. The team even captured the SEC East title, edging out college football betting powerhouse Georgia.
The team was solid on both sides of the ball last year but far from dominant. Still no conference winning team in college football betting team has been as overlooked as this team. It will have to find a replacement for Eric Ainge but Jonathon Crompton appears up to the task and will have plenty of help as the Vols have one of the best O-lines in college football betting.
Tennessee starts off the NCAA football betting season by hosting Florida and then plays a tough Auburn team. With such a brutal schedule college football betting fans will know by the end of September if this team is for real or not.
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