BYU will heat up college football betting at SBG Global

Mountain West is often scoffed as by college football betting fans for being little more than a second-tier division in the NCAA football betting.

But as teams from this conference have shocked the world of college football betting in recent years with major upsets over some of NCAA football betting’s best teams. This year BYU will look to continue its rich college football betting tradition and try and contend for a conference title and top bowl game.

The Cougars will begin the season ranked 17th in many college football betting polls and have great shot at climbing the rankings. Playing in one of the weaker conferences in college football betting BYU has a very shot at running the table going undefeated in the NCAA football betting competition. Last season the team was a perfect 8-0 in college football betting conference play and by the looks of its opponents looks to be a lock to repeat that same feat in this year’s college football betting action. Air Force looks to be the team’s only real competition in conference play and even that threat could be exaggerated as the team will be entering college football betting play with a new QB.

While other higher ranked teams (like those in the SEC) are busy beating each other up and racking up losses, the Cougars should benefit and enjoy a quick ascension up the college football betting rankings. A must win game for the Cougars is at the University of Washington on September 6th and this could make or break the college football betting season for BYU. A win will put this team in contention for a BCS bid at the end of the NCAA football betting season. A loss would be huge set back and force the Cougs to run win the remainder of their college football betting games to win a decent bowl bid.

The two key players to watch for this college football betting team are QB Max Hall and RB Harvey Unga. With starting center Tom Sorensen out for six weeks the offense has several question marks and these two playmakers will have to set the tone for the college football betting season. Hall threw 26 TDs last season and only 12 Ints while Unga averaged 5 yards a carry -both great college football betting stats but these players will have to do better this year if the Cougs hope to compete among college football betting’s elite teams.

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