The 2007 Indiana Hoosiers season will be a memory to head coach Terry Hoeppner, who died in the off-season from a brain tumor
The question for college football betting fans will be how the football team reacts to the loss. College football betting fans know that the Hoosiers have quarterback Kellen Lewis to rally around. NCAA Football betting players also see that receiver James Hardy has put up great numbers in his first two seasons. RB Marcus Thigpen has good speed but the questions for NCAA college football betting players to consider concern the offensive line, which has two sophomores and four red-shirted freshmen.
A lot of the 2007 college football betting season for Indiana will revolve around the defense. Last season the offense put up 23.1 PPG, but the defense was giving up an average of 32.8 PPG and frustrating college football betting fans. The defense ranked 109th overall in the nation. Senior corners Tracy Porter and Leslie Majors are two of the best in the conference but there is not much else for college football betting fans to get excited about on defense.
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Lewis is the team’s most dangerous running threat but he needs to improve at hitting big passes and moving the chains if college football betting players are to get excited. Indiana should win easy against Indiana State in a game not on the football betting board to start the year. They then have Western Michigan and Akron and also play Ball State later in the year for football betting fans to consider. The Big Ten season starts out for college football betting fans of Indiana against Illinois that may decide which team competes for a bowl and which team does not. The key will be for Indiana to beat Minnesota, Penn State or Purdue at home against the football betting line. The good news for the Hoosiers is that they don’t play Ohio State or Michigan on the college football betting board.
The two key players for college football betting fans to consider are QB Kellen Lewis and receiver James Hardy. With both of those players there is always hope of covering the college football betting line. The chance is there for a special year if there’s an upset or two against a team like Minnesota or Penn State on the college football betting line. If they can beat Indiana State, Western Michigan, Akron, Illinois, Minnesota, Ball State and Northwestern they go to a bowl game for college football betting fans. It is possible but it may be asking too much considering those games would be more winnable if all were at home and they are not as football betting players consider them.