West Virginia’s college football betting

No other elite college football betting team has gone through upheaval that West Virginia has during the NCAA football betting off season.

The team lost its top rusher, Steve Slaton, to the NFL during the college football betting draft and lost its coach, Rich Rodriguez to Michigan in one of the messiest divorces in college football betting history. But the one constant that remains is superstar QB, Pat White, one of the best in NCAA football betting, and that’s why many college football betting handicappers like this team’s chances in the upcoming college football betting season.

After coming within a whisker of playing in college football betting’s championship game last, the team suffered an untimely loss and eventually finished the season as the sixth ranked team in college football betting. Last year was perhaps the craziest season in NCAA football betting history and the unpredictability at the top of the college football betting rankings no doubt helped the Mountaineers more than any other team in college football betting. But there is plenty of reason to believe that the team can repeat its same success in this year’s college football betting schedule.

There are many reasons to think that the Mounties will be back on top of the college football betting rankings but the main reason is White. Despite losing a top talent like Slaton the team will begin the 2008 college football betting season ranked number eight almost entirely thanks to White’s talent. A dual threat in one of the only offenses in college football betting that still runs an option-based attack, White is a rare talent and all but impossible for NCAA football betting adversaries to prepare for.

While he often beats teams with his feet, and his passing skills are often overlooked by many college football betting analysts, he is a fantastic passer with a great college football betting IQ. If it wasn’t for some college football betting player named Tebow, White would be the Heisman front-runner. He’ll be helped on offense by sophomore Noel Divine who was one of the most exciting freshman in college football betting last season. He averaged almost 9 yards a carry last season and should fill the college football betting void left Slaton very nicely. However, this team lacks the defense to win a college football betting title.

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