College Football Betting - 2007 West Virginia Mountaineers Preview

College football betting fans saw the 2006 West Virginia Mountaineers went 11-2 straight up and 5-6-1 against the football betting line

College football betting fans know that they return 15 starters for the 2007 season. Last year they tied for second in the Big East and then beat Georgia Tech in the Gator Bowl 38-35. College football betting fans see that West Virginia scored an average of 38.9 PPG in 2006 and had 303.0 YPG running, ranking them second nationally in that category. College football betting fans saw that junior QB Patrick White (PASS: 65.9% COMP, 1,655 YDs, 13 TDs, 7 INTs) ran for almost as many yards as he passed (165 CAR, 1,219 YDs, 7.4 AVG, 18 TDs). Football betting fans know that senior TB Steve Slaton (248 CAR, 1,744 YDs, 7.0 AVG, 16 TDs) is another superb runner and a Heisman Trophy candidate. College football betting fans know that the Mountaineers' defense was good against the run and poor against the pass allowing 243.3 YPG which was a big problem. FS Quinton Andrews, a sophomore, had 5 interceptions last year and 80 tackles. College football betting fans know that the West Virginia defense gave up 21.7 PPG, including 17 passing TD’s.

The Mountaineers are many football betting expert’s pick to win the Big East but Louisville may be just as good. College football betting fans know that WVU has one of the best offensive attacks in the nation and will score a ton of points. College football betting fans know that they outscored opponents by an average of 18 points last season and their only two losses were to Louisville and South Florida. College football betting fans saw that Patrick White and Steve Slaton combined to score 47 touchdowns for the Mountaineers last season.

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College football betting fans know that Rich Rodriguez has done an excellent job as head coach of the Mountaineers. College football betting fans see that West Virginia has a 38-12 mark the past fours years. College football betting fans know that the schedule has some potential land mines for West Virginia even though they should be favored in every game. Football betting fans see that the road game at Maryland might be dangerous. College football betting fans know that the road game at South Florida will not be easy. College football betting fans know that the road game against Rutgers could decide the Big East title along with the home game against Louisville. College football betting fans think that the potential is definitely there for an undefeated season for West Virginia if everything breaks right.