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College Football Prop Bets: Bryce Young Cashing Quick

Bryce Young and Alabama will score fast

Even though Trevor Lawrence, Justin Fields, Devonta Smith and other top names have left the NCAAF ranks, college football prop betting is still back in a big way. There are still plenty of young stars to monitor and wager on for some prop betting action. With access to numbers, trends and matchup data, there’s always an NCAAF prop bet or two that should hit every weekend.

This page is dedicated to Odds Shark’s college football prop bets of the week, breaking down the top NCAAF game props and specific wagers to bring you some weekly cash. Come back every week for updated picks and betting breakdowns.

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Today’s NCAAF Props And Picks:

Below are our best college football prop bets for this weekend, Week 3 of the NCAAF season. All of our selected props can be found at Bovada and BetOnline Sportsbook.

Current Record: 1-2

Prop #1: Nebraska/Oklahoma Longest TD

The Game: September 18, 12:00 p.m. ET
The Prop: Will the longest touchdown in the game be OVER/UNDER 54.5 Yards?

Despite scoring 116 points in the first two weeks, owning one of the best offenses in college football, and featuring a potential No. 1 pick in Spencer Rattler, the Sooners haven't broken one off for a 50+ yard score yet this year. On the other side, Nebraska hasn't allowed a 50+ yard score yet this season.

These teams are the toughest competition either squad has faced in 2021, and will be less likely to allow a long/sloppy touchdown.

The Pick: UNDER 54.5 Yards +135

Prop #2: Cincinnati/Indiana First Score

The Game: September 18, 12:00 p.m. ET
The Prop: Will there be a scoreless quarter?

Through two weeks, Cincinnati has played two scoreless quarters this season. The underwhelming Indiana had two three-point quarters in their Week 1 loss to Iowa, as well.

These squads feature some of the most lauded defenses in the country, with a low total of 49.5, set for the showdown, but this +203 plus-money prop provides another (more profitable) way to wager on the defenders this weekend.

The Pick: YES Scoreless Quarter +203

Prop #3: Alabama/Florida First Score Time

The Game: September 18, 3:30 p.m. ET
The Prop: Will the time of the first score be OVER/UNDER five minutes (time elapsed)?

In three of the four combined games Alabama and Florida have played this season, the first score has occurred within the first five minutes of the game. In Alabama's Week 1 win over a ranked Miami team, Bryce Young led the Crimson Tide down the field on a seven-play, sub-three-minute drive for a touchdown. While the 'Bama defense could stifle a Florida opening drive, if the Tide receive to begin the game this prop is all but a lock.

The Pick: UNDER Five Minutes Elapsed - First Score +105


What Is An NCAAF Prop Bet?

An College Football prop bet is a wager that has no direct impact on the outcome of a football game.

A prop bet can be refered to as a “proposition” wager, and though these bets are often for entertainment purposes, they also give opportunity to hone in on a 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 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 foul? YES +110

Find a complete breakdown of NCAAF betting tactis at our College Football betting hub, and calculate exact profits using Odds Shark’s sports betting calculator.

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