College Football Picks and Betting Odds: 2015 American Athletic Conference Predictions.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall. produces it for NCAA Football news and notes. The 2015 American Athletic Football Conference begins its third season. Commissioner Mike Aresco is excited about the new twelve team; two division look for the AAC. The 96-game schedule will determine which teams face off in the American Athletic Conference Championship game on December 5th. The 2013 Central Florida Knights brought credibility to the program with a BCS Fiesta Bowl victory over highly rated Baylor in the inaugural season of the AAC. The 2015 season will be competitive as NCAA Football Betting Experts at Charliessports breaks down the divisions.

(1) *The Central Florida Golden Knights lost a Wide Reciever, who was a 2015 first round NFL draft pick. Head Coach George O’Leary knows how to recruit the “SUNSHINE STATE”. The Knight will finish first in the East Division.
(2) *Temple will finish second in the East: The Owls return ten starters on a defense that was very good in 2014. Quarterback P.J. Walker begins his third season as the starter.
(3) *The Cincinnati Bearcats have the most NFL ready quarterback in the Conference. Gunner Kiel has great bloodlines, but the problem is no defense. The renovation of Nippert Stadium looks inviting to potential recruits.
(4)*The East Carolina Pirates will finish fourth in the AAC. The departure of a gunslinger under center and two very good wideouts will hurt. Head Coach Ruffin McNeill is defensive oriented and the focus shifts to that side of the football in 2015.
(5)*The South Florida Bulls Football team has one of the best young running back in the AAC. South Florida has a tough non-conference schedule. Head coach, Willie Taggart has failed to recruit the “SUNSHINE STATE”.
*(6)Huskie Fans will witness another dismal season even with a North Carolina State transfer at quarterback. The Connecticut football program has not been the same since the departure of Randy Edsall. The Huskies will pull up the rear in the East.

(1)*The. Houston Cougars found a dual-threat quarterback in the middle of the 2014 season. Greg Ward will be even better with former Ohio State offensive coordinator Tom Herman running the show. Herman and Houston are a great fit. The co-pilot of the 2014-15 BCS Champions has a great recruiting base in the “LONE STAR STATE”
(2)*Navy begins their inaugural season in the AAC and has a record setting rushing quarterback. The Midshipmen lost a lot on defense, but the service academy players have discipline and a great work ethic. Navy will surprise plenty of team in the Conference and will challenge Houston.
(3)*Memphis is the sexy pick to win the West with the return of signal caller Paxton Lynch. The departure of defensive coordinator Barry Odom will be felt, and Tiger fans will look forward to basketball season.
(4)* Tulane begins its second season playing in an awesome on campus stadium. The Green Wave has talent on defense and speed, but that’s about it.
(5)*The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football program has taken a few steps backward the past few season. Former Baylor offensive coordinator Philip Montgomery takes over the program. Highly regarded freshman Chad President could start at quarterback.
(6)*SMU Mustangs fans thought the program was back on track after June Jones led them to a bowl win in 2012. The Mustangs looked like the “DEATH PENALTY” program of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s last season. Head Coach Chad Morris has his work cut out in 2015.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The Houston Cougars will win the 2015 American Athletic Conference Championship. Also Play Online Poker Plus Other Casino Games and enter some of the best Tournaments on the World Wide Web. Bet Here


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