Western Michigan Broncos NCAA Betting Lines at SBG Global

NCAA betting lines stats show that Western Michigan finished the 2007 season going 5-7 straight up and a very weak 2-8-1 versus the NCAA football betting line.

Here is a look at more NCAA betting lines stats from the 2007 Western Michigan Broncos. Expectations were high for the Broncos and they let everyone down including those that wagered on them versus the NCAA football betting line. NCAA betting lines had Western Michigan going 7-4 in terms of over/unders in 2007.

The Broncos didn’t get many breaks during a season in which they lost many games in close fashion. College betting lines stats show that the offensive player of the year was running back Brandon West. The defensive player of the year according to NCAA betting lines stats was cornerback Londen Fryar.

There were a ton of disappointments for Western in 2007 but losing to Akron in early October on the last play of the game was a crusher. They lost on an 89-yard kick return as time ran out as NCAA betting lines experts remember. The good news for Western Michigan is that they have a lot of talent returning and could easily bounce back according to NCAA betting lines experts.

Quarterback Tim Hiller returns and he should have a big year according to NCAA football betting line experts. Also returning are wide out Jamarko Simmons, tight end Brandon Ledbetter, and running back Brandon West. The defense gets all 11 starters back according to NCAA betting lines stats.

The special teams will have to replace both kickers according to NCAA football betting line stats.

Defense could be the difference for Western Michigan in 2008. They get everyone back and that could be huge in a very offensive MAC conference in 2008. Last year the defense ranked 74th in the country in total yards allowed and in points allowed according to NCAA betting lines stats. The offense was 59th in total yards in the nation according to NCAA betting lines stats. They were 66th in terms of points scored according to NCAA betting lines stats.

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