Internet sports betting in 2009 should be interesting in college football as a total of 21 teams have new head coaches heading into the season.
One of those coaches, Bill Snyder is actually returning to Kansas State after a long time away. Offshore sports betting odds at the sports book on the new teams will bear watching this season.
Internet sports betting news has probably featured Tennessee’s new head coach Lane Kiffin the most. He has continually got himself into trouble in the off-season, particularly with Florida. The Gators will be ready to pound Tennessee when the two teams meet during the regular season in offshore sports betting.
Other teams with new head coaches for the 2009 sportsbook season in college football include Utah State who brings Gary Anderson to try and turn the Aggies around. Tim Beckman comes over from Oklahoma State to take the head coaching job at Toledo. Auburn has a new head man as Gene Chizik takes over. Wyoming is looking to Dave Christensen to turn around their fortunes as Internet sports betting information tells us.
Offshore sports betting indicated that Bowling Green has a new head coach as Dave Clawson takes the reigns. Army has another new head coach, this time it is Rich Ellerson. Not many head coaches have had success at Army in Internet sports betting so Ellerson has his work cut out for him. Ron English takes over at Eastern Michigan while Mike Haywood has the head job at Miami of Ohio.
Brady Hoke is the latest head coach at San Diego State while Mike Locksley takes over at New Mexico as Internet sports betting indicates. Another school that has had no success recently in Internet sports betting at the sportsbook is Syracuse and they now look to Doug Marrone.
A couple of teams to watch in Internet sports betting at the sports book could be Purdue and Oregon. The Ducks have a new head man in Chip Kelly while the Boilermakers turn it over to Danny Hope.
Dan Mullen takes over at Mississippi State while Paul Rhoads is the new man at Iowa State. Frank Spaziani is at Boston College as offshore sports betting told us while DeWayne Walker is at New Mexico State. Stan Parrish is at Ball State and Steve Sarkisian will try and get Washington out of the depths of college football.