The 2006 Ohio Bobcats went 9-5 straight up and 7-5-1 against the football betting number.
College football betting fans know that Brad Bower and Theo Scott will battle for the starting QB for the Ohio Bobcats this season. College football betting fans believe that Ohio will need to do better than their 2006 performance of 129-yards per game in passing offense, ranking 115th nationally. NCAA football betting fans know that Kalvin McRae may be the best RB in the league and became the first Ohio RB in 30 years to have back to back 1,000 seasons. He also led the team in receptions. NCAA College football betting fans know that Ohio’s offensive line was good in 2006 and should be solid again.
College football betting fans know that head coach Frank Solich wants to run the ball nearly every down so the line has to be good. Football betting players know that defensively Ohio ranked #23 in scoring defense and #29 in total defense, but has just five starters back. College football betting fans know that the challenge is replacing Matt Muncy, who was one of the leagues best tacklers over the past two seasons. College football betting fans know that Ohio ranked 18th nationally in pass defense but return just two starters from the secondary. College football betting fans know that CB Mark Parsons is one of the better cover corners in the MAC and will lead the secondary this season.
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College football betting fans know that the Bobcats have the most favorable schedule in the MAC this season. Football betting fans see that non-conference games are against Garner-Webb, UL-Lafayette and Wyoming. College football betting fans know that the game at Virginia Tech will be a loss but the crossover games are decent against Eastern Michigan and Toledo. College football betting fans know that within the East, Ohio hosts Kent State and Miami while traveling to Akron and Bowling Green.
College football betting fans think that the most important game might be in late September as Ohio hosts Kent State. Football betting players believe this could decide the division considering Ohio does not play Akron or Miami until November. College football betting fans know that the best offensive player is RB Kalvin McRae. College football betting fans know that the best defensive player might be DE Jameson Hartke, Jr. It has the potential to be another excellent season for the Ohio Bobcats in 2007.