College Football Betting – 2007 Oklahoma Sooners Preview

It was a very strange year for the 2006 Oklahoma Sooners. College football betting fans saw Oklahoma go 11-3 and 9-4-1 against the football betting line.

College football betting fans know that they finished first in the Big 12 South and beat Nebraska in the Big 12 Championship. They lost 43-42 to Boise State in the Fiesta Bowl. College football betting fans know that Oklahoma scored an average of 30.3 PPG, ranking them 19th in the nation. New College football betting fans know that senior RB Allen Patrick (169 CAR, 761 YDs, 4.5 AVG, 4 TDs) and sophomore RB Chris Brown (70 CAR, 343 YDs, 4.9 AVG, 6 TDs) will try and replace Adrian Peterson. WR Malcom Kelly (62 REC, 993 YDs, 16.0 AVG, 10 TDs) is the team’s best big-play receiver.

NCAA Football betting players know that the team will have a new quarterback in junior Joey Halzel or freshman Sam Bradford. The offensive line returns four starters and plugs huge (6-8, 350) JC newcomer Phil Loadholt into the left tackle spot. College football betting fans know that the Sooners defense limited opponents to 17.3 PPG, also ranking them 19th in the country. College football betting fans know that the frontline is inexperienced and the biggest question mark for the season. College football betting fans know that the secondary is great led by FS Nic Harris (68 tackles, 40 solo, 4 INTs). College football betting fans know that in the last eight seasons Oklahoma has played in five BCS bowl games and competed for three national championships.

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College football betting fans see that the Sooners were 70th in the country in passing in 2006 and need to do better this season. College football betting fans know that the schedule is not as bad as it could be. Miami comes to Norman and it not what they once were. College football betting fans see that the Sooners play North Texas, Utah State and are at Tulsa. Football betting fans know that the one really tough game against the North is against Missouri and that is at home. College football betting fans see that they play at Colorado, Iowa State and Texas Tech. College football betting fans know that the key game is against Texas on October 6th.

Football betting players know that the best offensive player should be junior WR Malcolm Kelly. He has the potential to win games all by himself. College football betting fans think that the best defensive player will be junior corner Reggie Smith or junior safety Nic Harris or maybe even senior corner Marcus Walker. The secondary is just loaded.

College football betting fans know that the key player this year might be the new QB whether it is junior QB Joey Halzle, redshirt freshman Sam Bradford or true freshman Keith Nichol. Football betting fans know that the season could be a great one for Oklahoma because the schedule sets up well. College football betting fans know that if they can beat Texas the Sooners could be National title contenders.

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