The 2006 Missouri Tigers 12-1 overall, 7-1 Big Ten were one of the favorite team of college football betting players going 9-2-1 against the football betting pointspread.
College football betting players saw Missouri go 8-5 straight up and 7-5 against the football betting line in 2006. College football betting fans know that the Tigers are led by super quarterback Chase Daniel (63.5% COMP, 3,527 TDs, 28 TDs, 10 INTs) who ranked 10th nationally in the country. NCAA College football betting fans know that he has a lot of receivers including senior TE Martin Rucker (53 REC, 511 YDs, 9.6 AVG, 5 TDs) and junior TE Chase Coffman (58 REC, 638 YDs, 11.0 AVG, 9 TDs). Senior TB Tony Temple (193 CAR, 1,063 YDs, 5.5 AVG, 7 TDs) leads the way on the ground.
NCAA football betting fans know that the Missouri offense was averaging 30.1 PPG while the defense was holding teams to 19.5 PPG. Senior NT Lorenzo Williams (6 sacks) along with junior DT Ziggy Hood are back up front and junior Brock Christopher (87 tackles, 48 solo) is back at linebacker. Senior Darnell Terrell returns at corner. Football betting players know that Missouri is going to score points for sure. The Tigers averaged 425.6 yards per game last year and should only be better in 2007.
College football betting fans see that among the 27 newcomers are six JC transfers. College football betting fans know that Missouri wants to be more than a minor-bowl participant this year, and with Nebraska coming to Columbia this year, this is the season. College football betting fans know that Last year the Tigers started 6-0 start, but collapsed down the stretch going 2-5 including a bad loss at Iowa State. College football betting fans know that the team collapsed in a 39-38 bowl loss to Oregon State.
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College football betting fans know that this is the year for Pinkel and Missouri. College football betting fans know that if Missouri doesn’t win the Big 12 North this season then Pinkel may be on his way out. College football betting fans see that the schedule is interesting for Mizzou. They have four true road games at Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Colorado and Kansas State. College football betting fans see that they have two neutral-site games, against Illinois in St. Louis and in Kansas City against Kansas. Football betting fans see that their three toughest games against Nebraska, Texas A&M and Texas Tech are at home.
Football betting fans see that the season for Missouri will only be a success if they win the Big 12 North. College football betting fans think that anything less will put severe pressure on the administration to think about getting rid of Pinkel. College football betting fans see that the key game is the home contest on October 6th vs. Nebraska.