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Big East Conference: NCAA Football Gambling Predictions

NCAA Football Betting – 2010 Big East Preview

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The Big East is usually known for its basketball prowess but it should be a ton of fun for college football bettors in 2010. Six different schools have odds of five to one or better to win the conference.

West Virginia (+250) ranks among the top Big East contenders. It led the conference in rushing last year thanks to the machine named Noel Devine, a man who became famous via YouTube videos before he became a college player. Geno Smith is a question mark at quarterback but he has good feet, an accurate arm and a strong line that returns all but one starter. The Mountaineers also return 10 defensive starters, so they could be formidable.

Pittsburgh (+250) has the weapons to keep pace with West Virginia’s rushing attack; the Panthers averaged 180-plus yards per game last year with Dion Lewis leading the way. He was as good as any freshman in the country, running for 1,799 yards and 17 scores. But will the quarterback position be Pitt’s downfall? Pat Bostik red-shirted in 2009 but still has a long way to go.

Connecticut (+250)? Connecticut? The Huskies are creating lots of buzz in a different sport than usual. Their O-line is amazing and that’s good news for tailback Jordan Todman. It’s not fully clear who will be the man behind center, as both Zach Frazier and Cody Endres started last season. Even if their passing game works out, UConn struggles at times against the pass on “D.”

Cincinnati’s odds slip to +500 this year after the Bearcats lost some crucial pieces. Gone are head coach Marty Kelly, quarterback Tony Pike and wideout Mardy Gilyard. Can Zach Collaros be the man in this efficient offensive unit? And what about Cincy’s defense, which returns only five starters and struggles against the run?

Rutgers (+500) is considered a year away from being a top-notch program by most bettors. It has some good pieces in place – a strong defensive line, a versatile offensive weapon in Mohamed Sanu and the Big East’s most experienced quarterback in Tom Savage. But the Scarlet Knights’ linebacking corps looks to be a major hole.

South Florida (+500) is yet another team that believes it can win the Big East title. It has one of the most intriguing players in the conference in B.J. Daniels and, while its defense is inexperienced, it has an outstanding secondary.

THE PICK

Rutgers and South Florida are still maturing, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati seem to be reloading and UConn still isn’t good enough on both sides of the ball. To me, that leaves West Virginia. They’re no slam-dunk with Geno Smith but he has lots of weapons around him and the Mountaineers’ defense is experienced. I say they take the Big East.

THE FREE 2010 Big East CONFERENCE FOOTBALL PICK

Pick: West Virginia +250

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