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National Title Game Prop Odds: Clemson vs LSU

National Title Prop Betting Odds

A pair of unbeaten 14-0 teams will meet at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with hopes of being the 2019-20 college football national champions. The LSU Tigers had the No. 1 offense in the nation this year, racking up 48.9 points per game, while the Clemson Tigers had college football’s best defense, restricting opponents to a measly 10.6 ppg. Online sportsbooks are favoring offense over defense and have made LSU the 5.5-point favorite with the total coming in at 68.5 points.

However, if you are looking for wagers outside of the sides and totals, don’t worry, BetOnline has a list of prop bets, such as “Will President Trump congratulate the winning team on Twitter?”, to help you enjoy this game even more. I have listed the props below and highlighted a few plays that I like for this matchup.

Be sure to check out my preview for this national title game and for more college football betting information, check out Odds Shark’s NCAAF page.

National Title Game Prop Picks

There appear to be a few slam dunks in the listed props and the first one I really like is “Will home-field advantage be said during the broadcast?” The Yes for this option is coming in at -140 with the No coming back at +100. The reason I believe this is a strong play is that the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is in New Orleans, Louisiana, and who is participating in this national title game … the Louisiana State Tigers. Additionally, after the New Orleans Saints were eliminated from the NFL playoffs, LSU has been spending time at the facility in the leadup to this game so I’m sure the broadcasters will make mention of this having a home-field advantage feel.

The second prop I like is “Will President Trump sing along to the national anthem?” The Yes option for this prop is -200 and the No is +150. Now, you may not want to hear the president belt out The Star Spangled Banner, however, the most recent sightings of the POTUS at sporting events have seen him doing exactly that. Trump was seen singing the national anthem at the Army/Navy game and at the LSU/Alabama game earlier in the season. The president has already announced that he will be in attendance for the game so keep your eyes peeled for a singing president.

Here’s a look at the full list of prop odds for the national title game between Clemson and LSU:

National Title Game President Trump Props

Will President Trump Congratulate the Winning team on Twitter?

WinnerOdds
Yes-1000
No+500
Will President Trump be shown during the broadcast?
WinnerOdds
Yes-500
No+300
will President Trump predict winner before kickoff?
WinnerOdds
No -800
Yes+425
will President Trump Sing along to the national Anthem?
WinnerOdds
Yes-200
No+150
will President Trump Tweet During the Game?
WinnerOdds
No -500
Yes+300
will President Trump Wear a red tie?
WinnerOdds
Yes-500
No+300

Appearances and General Props

Will a player take a knee during the national anthem?
WinnerOdds
No-2000
Yes+1000

 

Total Times ‘Tigers’ will be said in the first quarter?
WinnerOdds
OVER 3.5-150
UNDER 3.5+110
Total Times ‘Heisman’ will be said during the broadcast?
WinnerOdds
OVER 1.5-220
UNDER 1.5+155

 

What will be higher?
WinnerOdds
Joe Burrow Pass Completions-200
LeBron James Points vs Cavs+150
Will ‘29 in a row’ be said during the Broadcast?
WinnerOdds
No-200
Yes+150
Will ‘home-field advantage’ be said during the broadcast?
WinnerOdds
Yes-140
No+100
Will Drake be shown during the broadcast?
WinnerOdds
No-600
Yes+350
Will James Carville be shown during the Broadcast?
WinnerOdds
No-475
Yes+375
Will Jarvis Landry be shown during the broadcast?
WinnerOdds
No-260
Yes+175
Will Odell Beckham Jr. be shown during the broadcast?
WinnerOdds
No-260
Yes+175

Will ‘Refrigerator’ Perry be shown during the broadcast?

WinnerOdds
No -1000
Yes+500

Will Shaq be shown during the broadcast?

WinnerOdds
Yes-220
No+155

National Title Game Props

Double Result (First Half/Second Half + OT)

WinnerOdds
LSU/LSU+100
Clemson/Clemson+250
Clemson/LSU+600
LSU/Clemson+800
Tied/LSU+1600
Tied/Clemson+2000

First score of the game

WinnerOdds
LSU Touchdown+130
Clemson Touchdown+170
LSU Field Goal+400
Clemson Field Goal+550
Safety by Either Team+3300

First Touchdown Scorer

WinnerOdds
Clyde Edwards-Helaire+400
Travis Etienne+500
Ja’Marr Chase +800
Tee Higgins+800
Justin Jefferson+1000
Trevor Lawrence+1000
Joe Burrow +1200
Justyn Ross+1600
Terrace Marshall Jr.+1600
Chris Curry+2000
Thaddeus Moss+2000
Clemson Tigers D/ST+2500
LSU Tigers D/ST+2500
Amari Rodgers+4000
Derrick Dillon+4000
Diondre Overton+4000
Joseph Ngata+4000
Lyn J Dixon+4000
Tyrion Davis Price+4000
Frank Ladson Jr.+5000
JC Chalk+5000
Myles Brennan+5000
Racey McMath+5000
Stephen Sullivan+5000
No Touchdown Scorer+8000

Longest Completion

WinnerOdds
Joe Burrow-130
Trevor Lawrence-110

Longest completion - Joe Burrow

WinnerOdds
OVER 55.5 Yards-130
UNDER 55.5 Yards-110

Longest completion - Trevor Lawrence

WinnerOdds
OVER 53.5 Yards-120
UNDER 53.5 Yards-120

Longest Touchdown of the game

WinnerOdds
OVER 56.5 Yards-160
UNDER 56.5 Yards+120

More Points Scored

WinnerOdds
2nd Half + OT-180
1st Half+140

Will the team that scores first win?

WinnerOdds
Yes-200
No+150

Will either team score three straight times?

WinnerOdds
Yes-238
No+175

Will a defensive or special teams TD be scored?

WinnerOdds
Yes+163
No-222

Margin of victory

WinnerOdds
LSU by 1-6 Points+350
Clemson by 1-6 Points+450
LSU by 7-12 Points+475
LSU by 13-18 Points+600
Clemson by 7-12 Points+800
LSU by 19-24 Points+900
Clemson by 13-18 Points+1200
LSU by 25-30 Points+1400
LSU by 31-36 Points+1800
Clemson by 19-24 Points+2000
LSU by 37-42 Points+2800
Clemson by 25-30 Points+3300
LSU by 43 Points or more+3300
Clemson by 31-36 Points+4000
Clemson by 37-42 Points+6600
Clemson by 43 or More Points+8000