Fighting Irish Season Wins Betting Value Relies On Teams Offensive Game

Drew Martin

Thursday, July 14, 2016 9:16 PM UTC

Thursday, Jul. 14, 2016 9:16 PM UTC

Notre Dame is fresh off a great 2015 season. This year the Fighting Irish will rely on their awesome offense to cash More than a few College Football betting tickets.

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish (+2000 at BetOnline to win National Championship) seems to be a controversial team, most college football fans either love them or hate them. In 2015 the Irish lost only in the final minute in the regular season both times on the road. (Clemson 22-24 and Stanford 36-38). Also, they had a tough bowl matchup against Ohio State, who in my opinion was the most underrated team in the country going into bowl season. 2015 dealt the Irish some bad turnover luck plus they lost their starting running back in the first week of the season and lost their starting quarterback in the second week of the season.

This year the Irish only have 3 TRUE road games, this will make them a constant fixture in college football picks among experts. These games are spread out perfectly throughout the year:

At Texas 9/4 (1st game of the year)

At NC State 10/8

At USC 11/26 (last game of the year)

**Army, Navy and Syracuse all “neutral sites”


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Week to week betting the Irish
Notre Dame's offense was the best in the country after halftime. Despite youth, Kizer's passer rating rose to 175.4 in the fourth quarter, and as coordinator Mike Sanford got a read on defenses, he tended to make great adjustments. Served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at his alma mater, Boise State, in 2014. He engineered some great offense's in Boise. 

Wide receivers Tori Hunter Jr likely the top target, Kevin Stepherson comes in and he will be called upon to contribute as a true freshman. On Defense, look for Shaun Crawford to emerge in the defensive backfield, Crawford was set to make an instant impact as a freshman in 2015 before an ACL injury in fall camp cost him his rookie season. Keep checking the college football odds, as the season progresses they will continue to favor the Irish.


Offensive and defensive lines 
There is a world of potential on both lines, they must replace two particularly disruptive defenders and three OL starters who had combined for 106 career starts. 


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