TCU Horned Frogs NCAA Football Betting

NCAA football betting had TCU going 8-5 straight up and 6-6-1 versus the bet NCAA football pointspread in 2007.

The Horned Frogs really disappointed many NCAA football betting fans in 2007 as they were thought to be a serious contender but after losses to Texas and Air Force that talk ended. Here is a look at more NCAA football betting numbers from the 2007 Horned Frogs. Losing the starting safeties will hurt though according to bet NCAA football experts.

NCAA college football betting numbers show that TCU went 5-8 in terms of over/unders in 2007. The team did get a nice bowl win over Houston to salvage the season. The Horned Frogs were fighting injuries all year and that did not help their cause versus the bet NCAA football pointspread. When the offensive player of the year is your center you know that offense is a problem.

NCAA football betting could be interesting on TCU in 2008. The Horned Frogs still have head coach Gary Patterson and he will be expecting more in 2008. The defense will be good as normal so it will be up to quarterback Andy Dalton to play better this season according to NCAA football betting experts. Most of the other starters on offense also return. The backfield will get running back Aaron Brown back from injury and that will be a huge help according to bet NCAA football experts. The defense returns top corners Nick Sanders and Rafael Priest according to NCAA football betting stats.

Many NCAA football betting experts believe that TCU will not contend for the Mountain West title but that could be the time that TCU is the most dangerous. NCAA football betting experts know that head coach Gary Patterson always likes to use the underdog role and surprise teams. The offense in 2007 shows that TCU was 66th in total yards in the country and 72nd in points scored according to NCAA football betting stats. The defense was solid as they were 16th in total yards allowed and a very nice 12th in points allowed according to NCAA football betting stats.

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