South Florida Bulls NCAA Odds

NCAA odds on South Florida saw the Bulls go 9-4 straight up and 7-5 versus the NCAA football odds pointspread.

The team was very streak in 2007 and they were also high scoring on the NCAA odds board. Here is a look at more NCAA odds numbers from the 2007 South Florida Bulls. NCAA football odds on South Florida had the Bulls go 8-3 in terms of over/unders in 2007.

South Florida had the greatest season in their history and was ranked #2 in the polls at one time but they lost three straight games to totally fall out of the Top 25. It was a huge roller coaster ride for South Florida in 2007. NCAA college football odds stats show that the offensive player of the year for the Bulls was quarterback Matt Grothe. The defensive player of the year for the Bulls according to NCAA odds numbers was DE George Selvie.

The biggest win in school history and a huge upset in NCAA odds was when South Florida defeated Auburn. Grothe’s touchdown pass to Jessie Hester in overtime catapulted the Bulls into the national picture. The huge disappointment for the Bulls in NCAA odds was their collapse in the Sun Bowl when Oregon blew them off the map.

The offense is going to be very good again for South Florida in 2008 according to NCAA odds experts. They only lose one starter off an offense that averaged 414 yards and 35 points per game according to NCAA odds stats. The defense does lose some starters and may be weaker versus NCAA odds. The good news is that Selvie is back. The bad news according to NCAA odds experts is that LB Ben Moffitt is gone and corners Trae Williams and Mike Jenkins don’t return. The schedule is favorable for the Bulls in terms of NCAA football odds as the non-conference slate has easy games against UT Martin, UCF, FIU and even NC State. The game against Kansas should be a great one in terms of NCAA football odds. South Florida could be a team that scores a lot of points in 2008 but gives up almost as many.

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