A Quarterback to excel in the spread offense is a must to propel North Carolina in 2018-19.

Written by College Football Expert Analyst Al Presto.

Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting. NCAA Football ATS Picks are the best in the industry and will continue through the BCS-title game in January of 2019. Fans on basketball-crazed Tobacco road were brought back to earth after witnessing Marquise Williams, and 2017 number-two overall NFL draft pick Mitchell Trubisky under center. Head Coach Larry Fedora’s job could be on the line after failing to field a competitive team last season going 3-9. Fedora has a proven track record evaluating talent, eventually, bring prep stars to campus. Everyone understands Football is second, but they’ve experienced success on the gridiron. The Atlantic Coast Conference is loaded from top to bottom, their hoops rival Duke will also be competing for the Coastal Division title in 2018-19. North Carolina has a favorable non-conference schedule this year; their first two games are on the road at California-Berkeley and East Carolina. Central Florida comes to town to on September 15th, the following week they host Pittsburgh to start ACC play. Road trips to Miami and Syracuse are on the slate while they get North Carolina State, Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill.

Offensive coordinator Chris Kapolovic must develop a signal caller for an offense which scored just under twenty-points per contest in conference action, and their (369.6) total yards of offense per game ranked ninety-sixth in the FBS. Quarterback Chazz Surratt threw for just (1,342) yards as a true freshman with all indications he’ll battle Nathan Elliott in fall camp to run the offense in 2018. As mediocre as they are at quarterback, the skilled position is a different story, wideout Anthony Ratliff-Williams, the headliner with his leaping ability and speed. Halfbacks Michael Carter and Jordon Brown did an exceptional job last season despite having opposing lines stacked for the run due to their deficiency at quarterback. However, the coaching staff is waiting for interior linemen evolve, complementing tackles William Sweet and Charlie Heck. Kenan Stadium is one of the most picturesque venues to view a football game, but fans also want a productive offense.

As bad as the Tar Heels were on offense they weren’t much better on defense. The (436.1) total yards yielded per game ranked ninety-ninth in College Football with their defensive linemen getting blown off the ball consistently, allowing the opposition (213.0) yards per contest on the ground. The good news is eight of their top nine interior players return, and fans have been watching this too often the past half decade. Second-year defensive coordinator John Papuchis was brought in to solve their woes; he’s expecting soaring results in 2018. Pass rush specialist Malik Carney should have another stellar campaign in what will be his final as a Tar Heel. Linebacker Cole Holcomb is a proven leader and led the team in tackles the past two seasons. M.J. Stewart is now a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and you can bet his presence in the secondary will be missed. Safety Myles Dorn along with cornerback K.J. Sails will be depended on to groom inexperienced players, both have an ability in pass coverage but are suspect against the run. Engaging blockers to stop the run is a must for North Carolina. Bovada.Lv, list the Florida Atlantic Owls at +10,000 to win the 2018-19 Atlantic Coast Conference Crown.

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College Football Point Spread Picks, and Odds: 2015 Louisville Cardinals Football Preview.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst AL Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for NCAA Football news and notes.

Louisville Head Coach Bobby Petrino enters his second season, in his second tenure at the “U of L”. The Cardinals return nine players from the 2014 squad that went 9-4 overall, 5-3in ACC action. Louisville plays in the Atlantic Division of the ACC. Louisville lost to Georgia 37-14 in the 2014 Belk Bowl. Petrino will have to do one of his best coaching jobs this season. Petrino is starting to recruit players who suit his style of play. The Louisville Cardinals plays home games at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky.

Five starters return to the Louisville offense. Sophomore quarterback Reggie Bonnafon saw extensive action as a true freshman in 2014 and is set to be the starter this season. Also in the mix is last season’s leading passer Will Gardner (1,669) passing yards, who is returning from a knee injury. Junior running back Bradon Radcliff (737) yards in 2014 will be featured in the backfield. Offensive coordinator Garrick McGee has to find a core of receivers to replace NFL first-round draft pick, Devante Parker. The group lost a lot of talent from last season. The problem is going to be on the offensive line, where only one starter returns. The Louisville coaching staff has to find ways to protect whoever is under center. The lack of talent and depth on the O-line will be crucial. The Louisville Cardinals went 7-6 on Football Expert Predictions last season, going over the betting odds total five times, staying under the betting odds total seven times with a push.
*The Louisville offense put up 394.7 yards per game last season, 73rd nationally.
*Loiusville went 2-5 Against The Number at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium last season.
*The Cardinals were 5-1 ATS on the road.
*The betting odds total was 3-3-1 at home in 2014.
*Louisville went over the betting odds total twice away from “DERBY CITY” last season.
*The Louisville Cardinals stayed under the betting odds total four times on the road.
*The Louisville passing attack ranked 47th in the country last season, with 252.0 yards per contest.
*The Cardinals scored 31.2 ppg, 53rd in the FBS.
*The Cardinals running game was 95th in the NCAA Football landscape, averaging 142.7 yards per contest on the ground.

Defensive End Sheldon Rankins is the best player on the Cardinals defense and he can rush the passer. Former TCU standout Devonte Fields and James Burgess are very active linebackers. Defensive Coordinator Todd Grantham will use various packages this season using his athletes to make plays. There is talent in the young secondary, but expect them to get tested often. The Louisville defense lost a fourth-round NFL draft pick and many other parts. The key to success this season is for the defense to create turnovers.
*The Louisville defense gave up an average of 308.6 yards per game, 6th in the land.
*The Cardinals pass defense was 27th in the FBS, allowing the opposition 199.6 yards per contest throwing the football.
*Louisville gave up 21.8 ppg, 25th in College Football.
*The Louisville rush defense was 10th in the NCAA Football, giving up 109.0 yards per game on the ground.
*Louisville will begin the 2015 season in a non-conference game vs. The Auburn Tigers in Atlanta. The “CARDS” end the 2015 regular season at SEC and in-state rival Kentucky.
*Louisvile host Clemson in a crucial early ACC matchup in Week 2 of the season.
Bovada lists the Louisville Cardinals at over/under seven and a half wins in 2015.

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College Football Point Spread Picks, and Betting Odds: 2015 Big Twelve Conference Football Predictions.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for NCAA Football news and notes. The 2015 NCAA Football season is right around the corner. The Big-Twelve Conference has some of the most exciting offenses in the College Football landscape. Big-Twelve Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby thought the conference would be represented in last season playoffs. The committee has other ideas as Baylor and TCU were left out in favor of eventual BCS champions Ohio State. The 2015 season promises to combine high-scoring offenses with a better brand of defense. The NCAA Football Betting Experts at Charliessports.com ranks the teams in the Big-Twelve Football Conference for 2015.

(1)*The Baylor Bears are breaking in a new quarterback. The Bryce Petty era is over, and the Bears will open a brand new venue in Waco. Everyone in the NCAA football knows Art Briles and his football teams will put points on the scoreboard. The 2015 Baylor Bears will have a ferocious defense to match the offense. The Baylor Bears are the team to best in the Big-Twelve Conference.
(2)*The Texas Christian University Horned Frogs have found a home in the Big-Twelve. TCU had bounced around the WAC, Conference USA, the Mountain West and other conference looking for a home. TCU has also been one of the most dominant teams in the Big-Twelve. Head Coach Gary Patterson can compete with the elite Big-Twelve schools for the top high school football players in the talent-rich “LONE STAR STATE”.
(3)*”BOOMER SOONER” is again the cry at the University of Oklahoma. Head Coach Bob Stoops team didn;t play up to expectations last season. The offense will be led by former Texas Tech quarterback Baker Mayfield. The Sooners offense has two of the best running backs in College Football. Brother Mike Stoops has his hands full getting the defense ready for high-powered offenses in the conference.
(4)*It is “HOOK EM HORNS” at the largest University in the state. Texas Longhorns head coach Charlies Strong has the best resources in al of College Football. The fans in Austin will see a significant improvement in the Texas Longhorns. Quarterback Tyrone Swoopes will sink or swim in the first couple weeks of the season.
(5)*The Oklahoma State Cowboys round out the top five teams in the Big-Twelve conference. The Cowboys regained confidence last season after a big comeback in “BEDLAM”, the annual rivalry game vs. Oklahoma. Oklahoma State overcame a double-digit deficit to get he victory. Ok-State quarterback Mason Rudolph is the best since Brandon Weeden. There is also talent on defense with talent up front and in the secondary.

(6)*Kansas State Head Coach Bill Snyder may be looking for a replacement. How long can the Seventy-Five-year-old stand of the sidelines at KSU? The Wildcats lost a lot of talent at the skill positions. The good news is the interior on both sides of the football will keep K-State competitive. Snyder will find a way to pull some upsets in 2015.
(7)*The West Virginia Mountaineers must travel to the Americas Heartland twice with trips to both Kansas institutes and Oklahoma. The Mountaineers also has to travel to the Lone Star State in October with back to back games at TCU and Baylor. WVU will be solid on defense but weary with all the travel miles.
(8)*The 2015 Texas Tech Red Raiders have to learn how to finish the season. TTU lost eight of ten football games down the stretch last season. Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury has a talented quarterback to work with, but it’s going to be an uphill climb.
(9)*The Iowa State Cyclone have a veteran starting quarterback under center. Sam Richardson has been around for what seems to be forever. Head Coach Paul Rhodes has a good offensive line and must run the football. Keep the defense off of the field against high-powered offenses in the conference.(10)*The Charlie Weis experiment is over and the 2015-16 College Basketball season can’t get here soon enough at KU. New Head Coach David Beaty has a long way to go at the basketball-crazed university.

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