The Virginia Tech Hokies are usually one of the top college football betting teams in the country and that should again be the case in 2007.
College football betting players saw the Hokies go 10-3 straight up and 7-5 against the spread in 2007. Defense led the way again for college football betting players as the Hokies allowed 11 points per game, 91 yards rushing and 128 yards passing per game. The offense generated 25.9 PPG, ranking them 49th nationally which was enough to get some NCAA college football betting pointspread victories. Junior QB Sean Glennon (56.3%COMP, 2,191 YDs, 11 TDs, 11 INTs) needs to make better decisions but he had an excellent spring and looks ready.
College football betting players know that the Virginia Tech offense is about balance as they averaged 113 yards rushing and 181 yards passing in 2006. Football betting fans should know that the offense averaged 113 yards rushing and 181 yards passing in 2006 and averaged 190.7 yards rushing and 190 yards passing in 2005. In 2004 they averaged 31 points, 178 yards rushing and 187 passing per game for college football betting players. In 2003, they averaged 35 points, 209 yards rushing and 192 passing per game for college football betting players. Head coach Frank Beamer knows how to get things done and is a winner for college football betting players most of the time.
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College football betting players should know that the running game has junior RB Branden Ore, who ran for 1,137 yards, 4.7 ypc, and 16 TDs despite injuries. Football betting players see that the top two receivers return led by senior Josh Morgan (448) and senior Eddie Royal (497). Football betting players know that the defense was first in the nation allowing just 219 yards and 11 points per game. 8 starters return including the nation’s best linebacking pair in Vince Hall and Xavier Adibi. Corner Brandon Flowers is emerging as one of the best in the nation, "Macho" Harris is a good defender on the other side, and the line is loaded.
College football betting players see that the schedule is nice to Virginia Tech with ACC home games against Miami, Florida State and Boston College. College football betting players see that road games at LSU, Georgia Tech and Clemson will be the testing games for Tech. Georgia Tech and BC are revenge games as well that college football betting players should pay attention to. Virginia Tech hopes to bring some more joy to the school after the horrible events in April. The football team should be a rallying point for the school and a bright spot for college football betting players. Virginia Tech has the talent necessary to win the ACC and if things go well they could be a serious National Title contender in 2007. They are a team to watch for college football betting fans in 2007.