2007 UNLV Rebels Football Odds Preview

Football odds fans think it is time for head coach Mike Sanford to start producing for UNLV

Football odds fans know that the 2006 season was another mess for UNLV as they went 2-10 straight up and 4-6-1 against the college football betting number. NCAA Football odds fans know that QB Rocky Hinds returns this season and he needs to put up much better numbers or his replacement does. He tore his ACL in the 2nd game last season but continued to play and played poorly throwing 8 TD’s but 13 picks. College Football odds fans know that leading the wideouts are Casey Flair and Ryan Wolfe.

College football betting odds players know the defense was a disaster last year giving up 387.3 yards and 31.8 points per game. Football odds fans see that the best player on the defense, cornerback Eric Wright is gone so things don’t look much better. Football odds fans know that UNLV hosts Wisconsin and Hawaii and travels to Nevada in non-conference action. Football odds fans see that the opener is on the road at Utah State in what should be a must win game but it is no guarantee. College football betting fans see that the schedule ends with trips to TCU and New Mexico to end the year. Football odds fans know that it is tough to really find wins on the schedule for UNLV. Hinds or his replacement must play better or this team could be another 2-10 disaster. Football odds fans know that Sanford has done nothing but disappoint fans in his two seasons and needs to get UNLV playing better.

Football odds fans know that the sad part for UNLV is that the QB is going to have to put up a lot of points for them to stay in games. College football betting players know the defense is going to give up points so the QB will have to put up a lot of TD’s to keep the Rebels in games this season. Football odds fans know that UNLV also needs to cut down on turnovers and force a few of their own. Football odds fans see that last year’s team was 112th in the nation in turnover margin giving it away 29 times and only coming up with 12 takeaways.

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Football odds fans know that the best offensive player is sophomore WR Ryan Wolfe. Football odds fans believe that the best defensive player on a rotten defense is junior DE Jeremy Geathers. College football betting players think the key player to UNLV having any kind of a season is the QB. If he plays well then UNLV can at least be competitive. Football odds fans know that if he struggles the Rebels will do well to match last year’s two wins.

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