2007 South Florida Bulls Preview

College football betting players know that the South Florida finished the 2006 season 9-4 straight up and 8-4 against the football betting number. NCAA football betting players saw the Bulls finished tied for 4th in the Big East and easily beat East Carolina 24- 7 in their bowl game. QB Matt Grothe (63.7% COMP, 2,576 YDs, 15 TDs, 15 INTs) is back. College football betting players know that as a freshman he did a lot of good things for South Florida. TB Benjamin Williams averaged 3.6 YPC, while rushing for 436 yards and 4 TDs and is back. NCAA College Football betting fans know that the receiving corps is deep and talented as well. College football betting players know that in the secondary, the Bulls have two solid corners in senior Trae Williams who had 7 interceptions, while senior Mike Jenkins was superb as well.

College football betting players see that senior MLB Ben Moffitt (112 tackles, 75 solo) back to headline the linebacking group. College football betting players know that the entire defense looks solid and last year they gave up only 16.9 points per game. College football betting players know that last year South Florida had a very easy schedule and that contributed to their 9-4 record. Football betting fans see that this year’s schedule is more difficult with non-conference games against Auburn and North Carolina.

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College football betting players know that the potential is there for South Florida to improve upon last year’s finish. College football betting players see that they do have a tough game against Auburn after an easy home opener against Elon. College football betting players know that the home game against North Carolina in the third game of the season is a key one. College football betting players see that they then have the tough game against West Virginia before winnable games against Florida Atlantic and Central Florida. College football betting players know that away games against Rutgers and Connecticut won’t be easy. College football betting players see that they finish at home against Louisville and are at Pittsburgh.

South Florida is an exciting young team that could easily spring an upset against one of the Big East favorites. Football betting players should not take South Florida lightly this season, especially when they are playing Louisville, West Virginia and Rutgers. Taking the Bulls as an underdog on the college football betting line definitely looks appealing.

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