College Football Betting – 2007 Kentucky Wildcats Preview

College football betting fans saw the 2006 Kentucky Wildcats go a surprising 8-5 straight up and 7-5 against the football betting pointspread

College football betting fans know that the problem for Kentucky is the defense which was horrible. College football betting fans know that senior WLB Wesley Woodyard (122 tackles, 80 solo) is the one bright spot. College football betting fans know that head coach Rich Brooks may have just had an aberration season where things just fell the right way. 2007 will tell the tale for Brooks. Many NCAA football betting players were shocked at the 2006 Wildcats success so the 2007 season should be interesting. Football betting players know that the 2007 team will have to outscore opponents again because the defense looks weak again. NCAA College football betting fans see that Kentucky does have eight home games this season but they have never really been known as a team that has a big home field edge. College football betting fans know that the problem for Kentucky is that the games that are at home are not all winnable games.

Louisville, LSU, Florida and Tennessee are all vastly superior to Kentucky and should beat them. College football betting fans know that would be four losses and those are home games. College football betting fans see that Kentucky still has probable losses at Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia and maybe even Vanderbilt. That would be 8 losses right there. College football betting fans got excited last year but it may be back to reality in 2007. Football betting players know that Brooks has never won anywhere and last year may have been a fluke. College football betting fans see that three games look like sure wins in 2007 while many look tough. Kentucky should beat Eastern Kentucky, Kent State, Florida Atlantic and probably Mississippi State. It will take two more wins to get to 6-6 and that does not look likely.

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College football betting fans know that the best offensive player is senior QB Andre Woodson. He could have gone pro but came back and should have a great year. College football betting fans see that the problem is that he doesn’t have a strong supporting cast and he will have to lead the offense to a ton of points if they are to be competitive. Football betting players think that it may have been a mistake for him to come back for his senior season because it may not be as easy this year. Football betting players know that the best defensive player is senior LB Wesley Woodyard.

College football betting fans believe that the goal for Kentucky is to make a bowl game again but many college football betting fans may be overestimating the Wildcats. College football betting fans believe a disappointing season would not be a surprise for the 2007 Kentucky Wildcats.

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