Online sports gambling handicappers took note of another fine recruiting season by Boise State as they continue to attract recruits that will make them a dangerous sportsgambling commodity. Boise State’s salesmanship came in large part from their best ever online sports gambling season in 2009 as they went a perfect 14-0 straight up and 9-5 with the sportsgambling board en route to yet another WAC title and a top 5 gambling sports national ranking.
Boise State capped off that fantastic online sports gambling season with a Fiesta Bowl BCS win over Texas Christian. Hawaii was the surprise of WAC recruiting for online sports gambling handicappers as the Warriors finished with the second highest rated class in the league.
Hawaii went 6-7 straight up last season and failed to make the online sports gambling bowl season. This class should help them get back into post season action. Fresno State finished a solid third in the WAC recruiting rankings. The Bulldogs are a perennial bowl team that came off a solid 8-5 straight up online sports gambling season.
Louisiana Tech, despite losing coach Derek Dooley to Tennessee just two weeks before National Signing Day, recovered nicely and finished fourth in the WAC recruiting rankings.
Nevada was something of an online sports gambling surprise as the Wolfpack finished seventh in WAC recruiting despite being another regular bowl team from the league. The Wolfpack are one of the top college rushing teams in all of online sports gambling and finished second in the WAC standings last year to Boise State.
Nevada won eight consecutive games after an 0-3 start to garner national attention. Idaho was coming off their first bowl season in a decade but that did not translate into great recruiting success as the Vandals finished eighth overall in the WAC recruiting standings.
Idaho was 8-5 straight up and 7-5-1 against the spread and defeated Bowling Green in the Humanitarian Bowl to cap off a great run.