Rome Odunze featured in our college football prop bets

College Football Prop Bets: Odunze Not Phased By Pressure

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Prop #1 - Rome Odunze OVER 97.5 Receiving Yards

Prop #2 - Jayden Maiava OVER 238.5 Passing Yards

Prop #3 - Blake Corum OVER 92.5 Rushing yards

Current Record: 18-15 (-0.81 Units)

I am hitting myself for betting the OVER on Deacon Hill's passing yards. Never trust those Hawkeyes on any kind of OVER. 

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Prop #1: rome odunze OVER 97.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Odunze is one of the best receivers in the nation, carrying 1,326 yards across 73 receptions, which is significantly less than the three leaders ahead of him on the stats board. 

Only four times has the junior, averaging 18.2 yards per catch, hit UNDER 97.5 yards. But, he's on a three-game streak of gaining 106 yards or more, including snagging 120 in last week's meeting with Washington State. 

Now, allowing just 87 YPG, we know Oregon's (11-1 SU, 9-2-1 ATS) rushing defense is top 10 in the nation. But, that didn't phase Odunze when they met in October. In that crucial Washington (12-0 SU, 5-6-1 ATS) win, he pulled away with a second-season high of 128 yards and two touchdowns. 

This guy is clutch. 

The Pick: Rome Odunze OVER 97.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Prop #2: jayden maiava oVER 238.5 Passing Yards (-115)

Your Mountain West Freshman of the Year is heading into his first conference championship with the UNLV Rebels (9-3 SU, 10-2 ATS) in a near Pick 'Em matchup. Through his last seven outings, the 6-foot-4 quarterback is averaging 275 YPG. 

He missed the mark in the 37-31 loss to San Jose State, falling shy with 229 yards. But, the Spartans have a noble passing defense that allows less than 200 YPG. 

However, now the rookie can continue inflating his first-season stats against Boise State (7-5 SU, 6-4-2 ATS), who give up 265 passing yards. 

The Pick: Jayden Maiava OVER 238.5 Passing Yards (-115)

Prop #3: blake corum OVER 92.5 Rushing yards (-115)

Christmas is coming early for Blake Corum because the senior is going to have a field day against Iowa (10-2 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) in the Big Ten Championship. 

The Hawkeyes have stayed steady allowing less than 12 PPG but Michigan (12-0 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) just faced Ohio State's second-best defense (11.4 PPG) and still managed to hang 30-points on them. Corum came through with 88 yards and two touchdowns. 

Iowa's offense is laughable, averaging less than 7-points in each quarter. Corum has 22 touchdowns this season while the Iowa offense has just 20 total. 

Don't expect the 5-foot-8 runningback to shy away from destroying the Hawkeyes in his final Big Ten Championship.

The Pick: Blake Corum OVER 92.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

What Is An NCAAF Prop Bet?

A college football prop bet is a wager that has no direct impact on the outcome of a football game.

A prop bet can be referred to as a “proposition” wager, and though these bets are often for entertainment purposes, they also give the opportunity to hone in on specific statistics or trends to profit off tiny bits of information.

NCAAF prop bets can range from player props, game trends or even more niche bets like the result of the coin toss or the length of the national anthem.

At your online betting site of choice, NCAAF prop bets could be something like:

  • • Will either team score 3 unanswered times in the game?
  • • Will the first turnover be a fumble? OVER/UNDER 1.5
  • • Will Oklahoma commit a first-drive offensive penalty? YES +110

Find a complete breakdown of NCAAF betting tactics at our College Football betting hub, and calculate exact profits using our sports betting calculator.

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