Sports gambling odds will have Troy as the preseason favorite to beat the sports gambling lines again in the league as they ended up with the Sun Belt’s top recruiting class in 2010. Troy is coming off an outstanding season with the sports gambling odds in which they went 9-4 straight up and 8-4-1 against the spread en route to the league title and a bowl berth with the sports gambling lines.
The team that surprised nearly everyone at internet sportsbooks last year in the Sun Belt Conference was Middle Tennessee as they finished with a record of 10-3 both straight up and with the sports gambling odds.
The Blue Raiders should again be in the conversation as a Sun Belt favorite with the sports gambling odds as they had the third ranked recruiting class in the conference.
Florida International may be a good dark horse with the sports gambling odds for the 2010 season and beyond as the Golden Panthers finished with the second ranked recruit class in the league for National Signing Day.
Florida International was 3-9 straight up and 4-8 with the sports gambling odds for 2009 so they may stay under the radar as a top notch value for quite some time. Western Kentucky may be another hidden gem from the Sun Belt Conference with the sports gambling odds.
Some recruiting services even argued that the Hilltoppers had the top class in the Sun Belt for 2010. While Western Kentucky finished 0-12 straight up they were 6-6 with the sports gambling odds for 2009, which demonstrates their board potential for bargain hunters.
Louisiana Monroe finished third in the Sun Belt race for 2009 and was in the middle of the pack for the league’s 2010 recruit rankings. The Sun Belt Conference is a league in which teams can rise and fall far quicker than in the tougher BCS conferences so the recruiting ratings take on added significance heading into the season.