2007 Colorado State Rams Football Odds Preview

Football odds fans know that the 2006 Colorado State Rams struggled to a 4-8 straight up record while they were 4-7 against the college football betting pointspread

Football odds fans know that the offense gets 9 starters back including running back Kyle Bell who ran for 1,288 yards in 2005. Football odds fans know that the team returns both of its receivers along with QB Caleb Hanie. Football odds fans know that the defense will be tough to throw against with secondary starters returning but the team may struggle to stop the run. College football odds betting players know that head coach Sonny Lubick had one of the best programs in the 1990’s and early in the 2000’s but that has all gone away in the last three years. NCAA Football odds fans know that Colorado State is 14-19 over the last three years and that is not going to get it done. Football odds fans think that having a veteran quarterback like Caleb Hanie back will help as will a healthy Kyle Bell.

Football odds fans know that CSU was tied with UCF, and NC State for the fewest takeaways in the country and that has to change. Football odds fans know that the early non-conference schedule is tough starting with the normal game against Colorado followed by a trip to Houston to face the defending Conference USA champion. College football betting fans see that Colorado State starts the Mountain West season at TCU. Football odds fans believe that the best offensive player is junior RB Kyle Bell. He must have a bounce back year if the Rams are to make noise in 2007. Football odds fans think that the best defensive player might be junior FS Klint Kubiak. Football odds fans know that he led the team in tackles last season but that is not good news if your safety leads your team in tackles.

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Football odds fans think that the goal at Colorado State is to make a bowl game again. College football betting fans know it is possible but it will not be easy. Football odds fans believe that a key game is the opener against Colorado. It is really a must game if the Rams want to have a winning season especially with games against BYU and Utah down the stretch of the Mountain West football season.

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