College Football Betting – 2007 Wisconsin Badgers Preview

The 2006 Wisconsin Badgers (12-1 overall, 7-1 Big Ten were one of the favorite team of college football betting players going 9-2-1 against the football betting pointspread.

College football betting fans know that they finished tied for second in the Big 10 and went on to beat Arkansas 17- 14 in the Capital One Bowl. College football betting fans know that they scored points at a rate of 29.2 per game and stopped opponents from scoring, holding them to 12.1 points per game. NCAA football betting fans saw that head coach Bret Bielema was excellent and led the team to its best ever record at 12-1. Looks like Barry Alvarez wasn’t missed too much.

College football betting fans know that the question will be who starts at quarterback for Wisconsin, either Tyler Donovan (63% COMP, 564 YDs, 4 TDs, 2 INTs) or Allan Evridge (48% COMP in 2005 for Kansas State. Football betting fans know that whichever one wins will be handing the ball to Sophomore P.J. Hill (311 CAR, 1,569 YDs, 5.0 AVG, 15 TDs) who led the conference. College football betting fans know that the Badgers did lose OT Joe Thomas, QB John Stocco and LB Mark Zalewski but replacements are ready. College football betting fans know that Wisconsin has one of the nation’s best cornerback tandems. Allen Langford is solid, while Jack Ikegwuonu is great. Football betting fans see that the front four is loaded and know that the defense overall is great.

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College football betting fans see that the schedule is much tougher than last season. College football betting fans see that the Badgers do start easy with Washington State UNLV and the Citadel. College football betting fans know that four of the first five games are at home before a game at Illinois the week before the trip to Penn State. College football betting fans know that closing out at Ohio State, home vs. Michigan and at Minnesota is the big late season stretch.

College football betting fans know that the best offensive player is sophomore RB P.J. Hill.  He’s big and powerful, and also quick. Football betting fans see that the best defensive player is Junior CB Jack Ikegwuonu.  College football betting fans know that he could easily be a first round draft choice in a couple of years. College football betting fans know that the QB position is the big key for Wisconsin. If they get solid play they can make a run at a National title. College football betting fans see that the key game is Oct. 13th at Penn State. If Wisconsin stays unbeaten to that point the game will have huge title implications.

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