2007 Wyoming Cowboys Football Odds Preview

Football odds fans know that QB Karsten Sween returns to lead the 2007 Wyoming Cowboys

He is joined by the running back duo of Wynel Seldon and Devin Moore, who combined for 1,184 yards last season. Football odds fans know that the offensive line returns only two starters and could be a concern. Football odds fans know that the defense should be strong but only 5 starters return to a unit that ranked 2nd in the MWC and 9th in the nation in yards per game allowed at 262.9. The Cowboys won five of their final seven games, only losing to TCU and BYU.

Football odds fans know that the 2006 Wyoming team was 6-6 both straight up and against the college football betting pointspread. Football odds fans know that Wyoming has to really play well at home to be a factor in the Mountain West his year. Football odds fans think that they need to pull off an upset against TCU, Utah or BYU and Sween has to mature this season and not turn the ball over. He should get some help from Michael Ford and Hoost Marsh, along with tight end Wade Betschart. Football odds fans believe that the offensive line will be a big key this season. The more time they can give Sween, the better Wyoming will do.

Football odds fans think that the Cowboys should be better, but the schedule will be tough. College football betting players see that the non-conference slate has a tough game with Virginia followed by what should be a win against Utah State. Football odds fans know that trips to Boise State and Ohio are not impossible. Football odds fans see that TCU and BYU have to come to Laramie, but three of the final four games are on the road at San Diego State, Utah and Colorado State.

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College football betting players think the best offensive player might be senior WR Michael Ford. He is the go to receiver for Sween. Football odds fans know that the best defensive player is junior LB Ward Dobbs. He has had 144 tackles in his first two years. Football odds fans know that the goal for Wyoming is to make a bowl game. College football betting players know that anything less than seven wins will be thought of as a failed season. Football odds fans know that head coach Joe Glenn is entering his 5th season at Wyoming and has only led the Cowboys to one bowl game. Football odds fans believe a key game will be October 13th as Wyoming hosts New Mexico. This game may decide if Wyoming stays in the hunt for a bowl game.