The prospect of a new college football season is something that sportsbetting enthusiasts can’t wait enough for. Unfortunately, it’s not looking all rosy right now, as a good number of teams will be entering the 2015-2016 NCAAF season greatly shorthanded after losing key players in their squad, hence having a lot of rebuilding to do. Take the SEC for instance. Six of the starting SEC QBs in 2014 finished the season with a passer rating within the Top 50 in the FBS. The six QBs were Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott, Mississippi’s Bo Wallace, Alabama’s Blake Sims, Auburn’s Nick Marshall, Georgia’s Huston Mason and South Carolina’s Dylan Thompson. And of the six, only Prescott will be returning next season, though the situation in Mississippi State isn’t promising either, as only nine starters will be making a return for the Bulldogs in the new season. With the spring practices already concluded, we look at the coming season and the teams that have a lot of rebuilding to do, with the focus being on how losing the players will affect the 2015-2016 College Football odds
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