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The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team finished the 2015 season with a 6-7 record. Tulsa lost the 2015 Independence Bowl to Virginia Tech in Frank Beamer last time coaching the Hokies.
The second-year head coach Philip Montgomery who is an Art Briles disciple. The Golden Hurricane won more games last season than in the previous two seasons under the old regime.
Montgomery has the Tulsa football program back on the rise, and 2016 should begin to pay dividends.
Tulsa has a competitive out of conference schedule with San Jose State, Fresno State, and Ohio State.
The Tulsa put up points with the best in the nation last season. The Golden Hurricane put up an average of 507.4 yards per contest on offense, 13th nationally.
Starting quarterback Dane Evans enters his second season in the system. Evans threw for nearly 4,400 yards in the 2015 campaign.
Tulsa ran a fast pace offense and executed it with perfection. Make no mistake the Tulsa football program is still third in the state behind Big-Twelve powers Oklahoma and Oklahoma State but the potential for growth is in the cards.
Montgomery must invade the state of Texas to get quality skill players, and he has deep ties to the “LONE STAR STATE”.
Evans is a strong arm quarterback who can also make the precision pass and make plays with his legs.
The offense will be without leading receiver Keyarris Garrett who is trying to make the Carolina Panthers roster.
The Golden Hurricane has talent on the offensive line to protect Evans and open holes in the running game.
The 2016-17 Tulsa Golden Hurricane defense must get better if the program is going to take the next step.
Tulsa ranked 126 in the FBS in total defense. The pass and run defense were pathetic.
Defensive Coordinators Brian Norwood and Bill Young may have to look to the JUCO ranks to bring in some quick fixes.
Opponents scored nearly four points per contest vs. The Tulsa Golden Hurricane defense. Also, the Golden Hurricanes went 0-5-1 Against The Point Spread on the home field.
Tulsa was 7-0 ATS on the road which made point spread bettors happy in the 2015 season.
Fans at Skelly Field at H. A. Chapman Stadium should have a lot to cheer about this season as Tulsa will be players in the American Athletic Conference.
Bovada list the 2016 Tulsa Golden Hurricane at 3,300 to win the AAC Title.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016 Tulsa Golden Hurricane will finish the season with a 7-5 record.
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