College Football Betting – 2007 Tennessee Volunteers Preview

College football betting fans know that the 2006 Tennessee Volunteers went 9-4 straight up and 7-6 against the football betting pointspread.

College football betting fans know that they finished second in the SEC East and lost to Penn State in the Outback Bowl. College football betting fans see that Erik Ainge (51% COMP, 2,989 YDs, 19 TDs, 9 INTs) is back to lead the offense but the Vols lost all three of their top receivers. Football betting players see that sophomore LaMarcus Coker (108 CAR, 696 YDs, 5 TDs) returns to lead the running game. NCAA College football betting fans know that junior MLB Jerod Mayo (83 tackles, 48 solo, 5 sacks) is back to lead the defense along with senior free safety Jonathan Hefney. NCAA football betting fans know that Tennessee was about three plays away from being 12-1 last season. Football betting players know they needed just one defensive stop to beat Florida and LSU and if they could have held onto the ball would have beaten Penn State.

College football betting fans know that the Tennessee season could be determined quickly as they go to California and Florida in the season’s first three weeks. College football betting fans see that the Vols also travel to Mississippi State, Alabama and Kentucky. College football betting fans know that they do have winnable games at home against Southern Miss, Arkansas State, South Carolina, UL Lafayette, Kentucky and Vanderbilt. College football betting fans know that two other key home games will be against Georgia and Arkansas. College football betting fans believe that the best offensive player is senior QB Erik Ainge. College football betting fans think that the best defensive player is senior FS Jonathan Hefney. He could easily have an All-American season and be a force in the Tennessee secondary.

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Football betting players believe the goal for Tennessee is to win the SEC. It might not be so easy. College football betting fans know that the schedule is difficult but at least they miss Auburn and LSU. College football betting fans know that winning at Florida would be the big key for Tennessee. If they pull that off then it could set them up for a big season. It would also help if they win their home games since the schedule sets up nicely for Tennessee after the first two tough road games at Cal and Florida.

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