2007-2008 Jacksonville State Gamecocks College Basketball Betting Odds

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

College basketball betting odds are likely to be high on Jacksonville State again this season.

The Gamecocks were just 7-13 last year in the conference and that record doesn’t look to get much better for gamblers that look at basketball betting on Jacksonville State. College basketball betting odds on Jacksonville will show that the Gamecocks are an underdog most of the time and that their totals are high.  Last year they gave up a lot of points per game which led to high totals on the college basketball betting odds board.  The good news according to college basketball odds experts is that Jacksonville State does have three starters back including forward Dorien Brown.

He shot 47 percent from the field last season according to college basketball betting odds stats and averaged 11.5 points per game according to basketball betting stats.  Also returning is Amadou Mbodji who does play a little defense.  He played in 19 games last season and blocked 23 shots according to college basketball betting odds stats.  College basketball betting odds experts see that the backcourt has Will Gunn and DeAndre Bray returning.  Gunn had 122 assists according to basketball betting stats while college basketball betting odds stats show that Bray had 156 assists.  Erik Adams may also get some playing time according to college basketball betting odds experts.

There is no doubt that the Gamecocks will rely upon Ginn and Bray to impact the college basketball betting odds.  College basketball betting odds stats show that Bray led the OVC with 5.2 assists per game, while Ginn’s 4.1 assists per contest ranked sixth in the league.  16 players on the JSU roster are from Alabama.  JSU has three players from Calhoun County, led by senior guard Will Ginn.  Also included in that group are a trio of high school teammates from LeFlore High School in Mobile, Ala., freshmen J.J. Wesley, Zack Winston and Derrick Young.  College basketball betting odds experts see that the Gamecocks are playing in their 33rd season at the “The Pete” and they have had only three losing seasons and one where it finished at .500 in home games.

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