Oregon Ducks and college football betting

Last college football betting season the University of Oregon Ducks looked poised to battle for the first NCAA football betting title in school history.

But just when things looked to be going the Duck’s way, disaster struck and the perfect college football betting season was all but gone. An injury to Heisman front-runner Dennis Dixon nixed the Duck’s college football betting hopes as the team limped to a disappointed finish to the NCAA football betting season.

This year the team enters the college football betting action with a decidedly different looking lineup. Gone are standouts Dixon and RB Jonathon Stewart, both of which hopped from the NCAA football betting action to the NFL –Dixon to the Steelers and Stewart to the Panthers, who made him a first round pick college football betting draft pick. But there is still plenty of fire power in Eugene and coach Bellotti seems to get top recruit after top recruit to sign with the Ducks.

The QB position will the toughest to fill as Dixon was one of the best in college football betting last season. Sophomore Nick Costa looks to be the player that will try and replace one of the most dynamic in college football betting and will likely be the starting QB when the NCAA football betting action begins. The running back spot will be in good hands with Jeremiah Johnson whose college football betting season was cut short last season by injury but is regarded by most NCAA football betting experts as one of the best backs in the Pac-10. He’s an explosive back who actually racked up more yards in previous college football betting seasons than first round pick Stewart.

On defense this team has plenty of speed and is solid up front. But that doesn’t make its college football betting schedule any easier with very tough games against USC, Oregon State and Arizona State all on the college football betting calendar.

The Ducks are one of three PAC 10 teams ranked in the college football betting preseason polls and come in somewhere around 20th. The PAC 10 schedule is brutal but Oregon can finish the college football betting conference schedule with two losses or less they’ll have a shot at finishing in the top ten in the college football betting rankings.

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