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Where Can I Bet On The Mountain West Conference Futures Online (2014)?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/09/2014
Where Can I Bet On The Mountain West Conference Futures Online (2014)?

You can bet on the Mountain West Conference futures online at Bookmaker.eu here.  Betting options available but not limited to include odds to win the Natonal Title, the Conference itself and the regular season wins OVER/UNDER. 

Below you will find the entire breakdown from our friends at Don Best as to where they feel each school will end up.  Don Best offers some of the best (no pun intended) video sports betting previews on the Net through their Don Best Advantage platform here.

Note that for the purpose of this piece, the field option can range anywhere from 75/1 to 100/1 and we do list those schools categorized under “field” at 75/1.

MOUNTAIN DIVISION

BOISE STATE
National Title Odds:
500/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 7/5
O/U Win Total: 9.5 UNDER -130

Boise State's former offensive coordinator from 2006-10 Bryan Harsin will be taking over as head coach for the departed Chris Petersen, who has moved on to the University of Washington. The Broncos will have a senior quarterback in Grant Hedrick to run the offense. They struggled defensively last season allowing, 30 or more points in five of six road games and will have to tighten that up to take the conference this year.

UTAH STATE
National Title Odds:
500/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 11/4
O/U Win Total: 9.5 UNDER -210

Look for the Aggies to focus on protecting signal caller Chuckie Keeton this year. It will be difficult though because they graduated four of their five starters on the offensive line from last season. Defense will again be this team's calling card, as they finished 7th in the national last year in scoring, allowing just 17.1 points per game.

COLORADO STATE
National Title Odds:
75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 18/1
O/U Win Total: 6.5 OVER -175

School rushing record holder Kapri Bibbs left early for the NFL after rushing for 1,741 yards and 31 touchdowns last season for the Rams. Senior QB Garrett Grayson will need to build on his record-breaking season last year when he threw for 3,696 yards and 23 TDs. The defense lost Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year Shaquil Barrett to the NFL, and he also will be tough to replace.

WYOMING
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 30/1
O/U Win Total: 4.5 UNDER -150

First-year head  coach Craig Bohl will be switching up the team's offense this year. The Cowboys will run a more pro-style system instead of the spread offense the team has run in years past. The defense returns eight starters, but that may not be a good thing considering they allowed 36.7 ppg last season.

AIR FORCE
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 30/1
O/U Win Total: 4.5 OVER -230

The Falcons failed to make a bowl game for the first time in six seasons after going 2-10 last year. They went away from their run-dominant offense a bit last season, but bettors can expect them to get back to it in 2014. However, the Air Force defense does not look good, as the team has seven players returning to a unit that allowed an average of 40 points as well as 490.3 yards of total offense per game last season.

NEW MEXICO
National Title Odds:
75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 75/1
O/U Win Total: 4.5 OVER -145

The Lobos ran the ball 77 percent of the time last season, and despite losing their top running back, they will stick with the triple option attack. This is another Mountain West defense that was absolutely shredded in 2013, allowing 42.8 ppg, including giving up 56 points or more three different times.

WEST DIVISION

FRESNO STATE
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 7/2
O/U Win Total: 7.5 OVER -135

Fresno State will have to replace the two-time Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year in QB Derek Carr this year. It looks like head coach Tim DeRuyter will wait until two weeks before the opener to make his decision. All-MWC safety Derron Smith leads the defense with 14 career interceptions, more than any other active player in the FBS.

NEVADA
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 7/1
O/U Win Total: 6 UNDER -115

After years of being among the nation's leaders in scoring and rushing offense, Nevada averaged just 26.9 ppg and just 3.8 yards per carry in 2013. The Wolf Pack will certainly need to improve those numbers to make a run at the Mountain West title. Defensively, Nevada is led by All-MWC defensive end Brock Hekking, but he will definitely need others to step up with him this season.

SAN DIEGO STATE
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 12/1
O/U Win Total: 6.5 UNDER -160

SDSU will be without two-time 1,000-yard rusher Adam Muema, as he moved on to the NFL. Look for a running back by committee situation this year. The team does have some depth at defensive line and one of the top linebackers in the conference in Jake Fely. But the Aztecs will struggle to remain in the top half of the conference this season.

UNLV
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Odds: 30/1
O/U Win Total: 4.5 UNDER -165

The Rebels are another team looking to replace a running back. They lost four-year starter Tim Cornett, the school's all-time leading rusher and the second-best in Mountain West history with 3,733 rushing yards. The secondary does return three starters, including safety Peni Vea, who led the team in tackles last season with 108.

SAN JOSE STATE
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds: 30/1
O/U Win Total: 5.5 UNDER -210

Who replaces record-setting QB David Fales? The Spartans have a two-way battle going between senior Blake Jurich and junior Joe Gray to decide it. They also have a new defensive coordinator in Greg Robinson, who will switch the team from a 3-4 to a 4-3, so there could be some growing pains on both sides of the ball this year.

HAWAII
National Title Odds: 75/1
Mountain West Title Odds:
O/U Win Total: 3.5 OVER -215

Head coach Norm Chow has just a 4-20 record in his first two seasons with Hawaii, and things do not look as though they will be turning around this season. The Rainbow Warriors will likely have their fourth opening day starter at QB in four seasons with sophomore Ikaika Woolsey. Defensively, new coordinator Kevin Clune from Utah State will have his hands full trying to turn around one of the worst defenses in the nation from a year ago.

- Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com Contributed to This Article

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