The Troy Trojans have dominated the Sun Belt conference on Football Picks the past 4 seasons, but the Trojans look a little vulnerable in 2010. 13 starters are gone from last season and most of it is star power. Also gone is offensive coordinator Neal Brown, who took the same job at Texas Tech. Receivers coach Kenny Edenfield was promoted to replace Brown, and he’ll have six returning starter on the unit to work with. The defensive unit has just three starters back. Coach Gary Blakeney is entering his 20th season with Troy. Only Joe Paterno of Penn State and Frank Beamer of Virginia Tech have been on the job longer among active coaches. The Trojans should know fairly early in the college football season about it’s league title hopes, as they have back to back games with Arkansas State and Middle Tennessee. Troy also has non conference games at Oklahoma State and in late November, they travel to South Carolina to face the Gamecocks.
The 2009 Troy Trojans ranked 3rd in the FBS in yards per แทงบอลออนไลน์ game averaging 487.7, the unit also ranked 3rd in passing yards, averaging 336.5 yards per game, 58th in college football, averaging 151.2 yards per game on the ground and the team ranked 16th in scoring, averaging almost 34 points per game. The defense was at the bottom of college football in most categories, they ranked 104th overall, giving up 426.7 yards per contest, 118th against the past letting opponents throw for an average of 286.8 yards per game, they Trojans ranked 57th in college football, giving up 139.9 yards per contest and the defensive unit gave up 29.8 points per contest.
The Trojans scored and average of 41.3 points per contest in 2009, going 8-0 in the conference but 4,000 passer, quarterback Levi Brown is gone. The new starter will be Jamie Hampton, who was the starter in 2008 until he went down with a knee injury midway through the season. Brown stepped in and Hampton was an after thought until this spring. DuJuan Harris and Shawn Southward are two very good running back that combined for 22 rushing touchdowns last season. Jerrel Jernigan could be the best wide receiver in the Sun Belt and he is part of a deep receiving corps. The starter return on the offensive line. The best player on the line is Center Tyler Clark, who moved from guard in spring drills and could easily be the best player at his new position in the conference.