2007 Army Cadets College Football Betting Preview

College football betting fans know that Army starts a new era of college football now that head coach Bobby Ross is gone

College football betting fans know that Ross promised big things but really didn’t do much going 2-9, 4-7 and 3-9 in three years. NCAA football betting players see that Army went 3-9 straight up and 3-8 against the football betting lines in 2006. College football betting fans know that Stan Brock is the Black Knights’ new head football coach. NCAA College football betting fans know that Brock served as an assistant on Ross’ staff each of the past three years. College football betting fans know that Army led the nation last year with 37 turnovers.

Football betting players know that the offense will be led by sophomore QB Carson Williams or senior QB David Pevoto. Neither inspires much confidence. RB Wesley McMahand led the Knights with 654 rushing yards. Strong safety Caleb Campbell leads the returning starters on defense. College football betting fans are aware that Brock fired offensive coordinator Kevin Ross, Bobby’s son, and replaced him with Portland State head coach Tim Walsh. College football betting fans know that senior Jeremy Trimble could end this year as Army’s all-time leading receiver. He is joined by Corey Anderson, Mike Wright and Damion Hunter.

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College football betting fans know that Army has not won more than four games since 1996 and it does not look pretty in 2007. Football betting players know that the good news is that Brock seems to understand that things need changed and has given the team hope. Things may take awhile to turn around at Army but Brock has the right idea.

College football betting fans are aware that the schedule is problem though with seven bowl teams on the slate. College football betting fans see that they have to play Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Boston College, Rutgers, Tulsa and Tulane plus they have last year’s MAC Champion Central Michigan, Akron, Temple, Air Force and Navy. College football betting fans think that the only sure win looks to be against Rhode Island but Army does have talent and could spring some upsets along the way. College football betting fans think that a four win season is possible and that would be an improvement over last year. The games that Army needs to win are against Rhode Island, Akron and Temple. They then could hope for an upset against Tulane, Central Michigan or Navy.

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