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Pac 10 vs. SEC CFB Gambling Props

Pac-10 and SEC Teams Set For All-Out Brawls In 2008

With the start of the 2008 NCAA College Football season schedule to get underway just about two weeks from now, members of the BetUS NCAA College Football online sports wagering community are gearing up for another college football wagering season in a big way.

With some of the best college football handicappers and analysts in the sports wagering industry providing online bettors with tons of smart wagering advice, BetUS college football bettors everywhere can make winning wagers in the BetUS Sportsbook at a moment’s notice.

This college football article will focus primarily on two conferences, the SEC and Pac-10, while providing bettors with a bit of wagering insight that should help make for some winning wagers prior to the numerous Week One contests that will be taking place in the BetUS shortly.

With that in mind, let’s get started.

Pac-10

With 10 starters returning on offense, the Arizona Wildcats, (5-7, +2000 to win Pac-10) could be primed for a surprise season, though, not quite like the one that Oregon pulled off last season.

College Football bettors that are looking for a surprise team in 200, should look directly at the Arizona State Sun Devils, (10-3, +400 to win Pac-10) as they are coming off a 10-3 season under head coach Dennis Erickson and have a terrific offense, terrific offense led by senior quarterback Rudy Carpenter.

Washington, (4-9, +2000) could be in trouble under lame-duck head coach Tyrone Willingham if junior quarterback Joe Locker doesn’t get off to a good start, following their dismal 4-9 season.

Another team that could surprise for college football bettors is UCLA under the direction of first-year head coach Rick Nueheisel. At +800 to win the Conference title, the returns the Bruins are offering look excellent.

College football bettors may also want to ride the ‘Over’ in some Washington State Cougars, (4-9, +5000) contests this season as the school has hired the offensive-minded Paul Wuff to lead the program out of mediocrity.

The California Golden Bears, (7-6, +800) could have a quarterback controversy on its hands between Nate Longshore and Kevin Riley to start the 2008 season and likewise for the Oregon State Beavers, (9-4, +5000 to win Pac-10) who need to decide between either Sean Canfield or Lyle Moevao.

Pete Carroll will have a strong defensive unit at USC, (11-2, -300) in 2008 while breaking in new quarterback Mark Sanchez. While this team lost ten players to the NFL Draft, the fact of the matter is that not many teams` have the near-NFL level of talent the Trojans seem to import on an annual basis now.

In the SEC, the Florida Gators, (+250 to win SEC) are coming off a disappointing 9-4 season in 2007 and also have five players that will sit out the entire season with torn ACL’s, but still have Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Tim Tebow leading one of the most athletically gifted teams in the nation.

Arkansas, (+5000) may not be ready to challenge for the conference title following their 8-5 overall mark last season but should be better in 2008 at some point under new head coach Bobby Petrino and his wide-open offensive system.

College football bettors looking for an underdog team with a legitimate chance of actually winning the conference title should look long and hard at Alabama, (+650 to win SEC). People who know football should know it’s only a matter of time before head coach Nick Saban leads this team to some serious success.

Auburn, (9-4, +250) is another team that could challenge for the conference title in 2008. Quarterback Kodi Burns is gifted and can make plays with his strong arm or quick feet. Led by two special defensive linemen in Antonio Coleman and Sen’Derrick Marks and backed by a swift defense, the Tigers are undeniable contenders.

While Georgia, (11-2, +200) is the odds-on-favorite to win the conference – and many people – the national title, winning the title will be tougher than most people think. Still, the Bulldogs are absolutely loaded with talent on both sides of the ball. Junior quarterback Matthew Stafford is getting better by the day and knowshon Moreno is one of the top running backs in the nation.

Kentucky is coming off a slid 8-5 season in 2007 but will need to find a suitable replacement for quarterback Andre Woodson in a hurry.

While LSU, (12-2, +400) has an excellent head coach in Les Miles after he turned down several offers from Michigan, the Tigers enter 2008 without 10 starters from a year ago. Young quarterbacks, Andrew Hatch and redshirt freshman Jarrett Lee will battle for former starter Ryan Perrilloux’s job after he was bounced from the team.

Last but not least, the addition of new offensive coordinator Dave Clawson to the Tennessee Vols should help the team improve on that side of the ball immediately – if young quarterback Jonathon Crompton is ready for prime time that is.

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