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NCAAF: Bowl Game Scoring Props

The college bowl season is quickly approaching and teams of all shapes and sizes will clash with the hopes of hoisting a trophy. With the sheer magnitude of bowl season, there are a lot of props that could intrigue bettors, including many to do with points scored throughout the following month of college football action.

Will Any Team Score Less Than Six Points?

There are some amazing defenses and stagnant offenses in the bowl season that could realistically lead to a team failing to register a touchdown. The lowest scoring team in the bowl season is Connecticut. UConn has only averaged 17.8 points per game this season, and have only been held to six or fewer points twice this season.

The Wisconsin Badgers, who are in the Holiday Bowl, have allowed the fewest points per game this season as they have held opponents to 13.1 ppg.

Will Any Team Score Six Points Or Less in a Bowl Game?

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Yes -200
  • No +150

Will Any Team Score 64 Points or More

Two of the top scoring teams in the nation will face off in the Russell Athletic Bowl when the Baylor Bears and UNC Tar Heels clash. The two teams have combined for an average of 88.9 points per game this season. However, Baylor will be starting third-string quarterback Chris Johnson who has looked overwhelmed in his few appearances this season.

Texas Tech, the fourth-worst defense at keeping opponents out of the endzone, will be in the Texas Bowl against LSU. The Red Raiders have allowed 271.8 rushing yards per game this season while allowing the second most rushing touchdowns. TTU will need to face off against one of the top running backs this season in Leonard Fournette.

Will Any Team Score 64 Points Or Less in a Bowl Game?

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Yes -120
  • No -120

Winning Margin Props 

Bowl season tends to see two types of games; complete and utter blowouts and last minute nail-biters. Last year there were five bowl games that were won by just one point, nearly 13 percent of all the bowls. Massive blowouts are a little more rare, with just two of the bowl games last year seeing a winning margin of 37 or more points.

Looking back at last year, there wasn't a single bowl game that saw a team get shutout. In fact, the last bowl game to finish as a shutout was the 2012 BCS National Championship Game in 2012 when Alabama beat LSU 21-0.

Will There be a One Point Winning Margin in A Bowl Game?

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Yes -200
  • No +150
Will There be a 37 Point or More Winning Margin in A Bowl Game?

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Yes -160
  • No +120
Will There be a Shutout in A Bowl Game?

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Yes +250
  • No -400

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