College Football Betting – 2007 Oklahoma State Cowboys Preview

The 2006 Oklahoma State Cowboys 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 watched as the Cowboys went 7-6 straight up and 7-5 against the NCAA football betting pointspread in 2006. College football betting players know that they had a superb offense that averaged over 200 yards per game in both passing and rushing. College NCAA Football betting fans know that they scored an average of 35.2 PPG. They also beat Alabama 34- 31 in the Independence Bowl. QB Bobby Reid (48% COMP, 2,266 YDs, 24 TDs, 11 INTs) had a total of 29 TDs and 2,766 YDs in both the air and on the ground. College football betting players know that he did not always make good decisions thought and it sometimes cost the Cowobys. Senior receiver Adarius Bowmen (60 REC, 1,181 YDs, 12 TDs) is a star.

The defense is another story for State. They do get sophomore LBs Patrick Lavine and Chris Collins back. Senior defensive end Nathan Peterson (8 sacks) is back as the returning sack leader. College football betting players know that the secondary returns three starters. College football betting players know that Oklahoma State will score plenty of points and be a lot of fun to watch.

College football betting players know that head coach Mike Gundy has done a good job. Football betting fans know that the trick now is to find a way into the championship chase. College football betting players know that the question is whether this team can put together a defense that can stop anyone. Football betting fans know that when you allow 30 or more on seven different occasions (and 29 on another) and go 2-5 in those games you know your defense is weak. They are hoping the hiring of new defensive coordinator Tim Beckham will turn things around.

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College football betting players saw that Reid was benched in the regular-season finale against Oklahoma for poor play. He needs to win more games. College football betting players know that OSU senior wideout Adarius Bowman is ready for a big year and backs Dantrell Savage and Keith Toston have 1,000-yard capabilities. College football betting players know that the schedule is tough as always for the Cowboys. Football betting fans see that they do have easy games against Florida Atlantic, at Troy, and Sam Houston State but they only have six home games. They include South battles against Texas Tech and Texas. College football betting players know that going to Texas A&M, Nebraska and Oklahoma will not be easy and starting off at Georgia is going to be tough.

College football betting players see that the best offensive player is senior WR Adarius Bowman. He averaged 19.7 yards per catch with 12 touchdowns a year ago. College football betting players see that the best defensive player is sophomore LB Chris Collins. College football betting fans think the season will be a good one if Oklahoma State can win 8 games and get to a bowl game. College football betting players believe that upsetting Georgia, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Oklahoma or Texas is really what is needed.

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