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Bijan Robinson featured in our 2022 college football props

College football is already heading into Week 4 and the excitement doesn’t stop. This week features some conference battles with the underdog unranked teams hoping to take down the ranked squads. 

This page is dedicated to Odds Shark’s college football prop bets of the week, breaking down the top college football 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. All of our selected props can be found at Bovada.

Prop #1: Iowa State vs Baylor – Xavier Hutchinson OVER 99.5 Receiving Props (-115)

The Game: September 24, 12 noon ET   
The Prop: Will Xavier Hutchinson earn OVER 99.5 receiving yards?

It’s a conference battle this week with the Iowa State Cyclones (3-0) visiting Waco, Texas, to play the Baylor Bears (2-1). When the two met last September, the Bears barely missed covering the -2.5 spread in their 31-29 win on their home field. 

WR Xavier Hutchinson has led Iowa State in receiving yards in each of its first three games, including the season opener when he piled up 128 yards on eight catches and found the end zone three times. 

With a current total of 319 yards on 28 receptions, the senior ranks 11th in the nation’s receiving yards stats. Don’t let the No. 17 ranking attached to the Baylor name fool you. 

These teams have met every year for the last decade, the Bears being 6-4 overall. But I don’t think the wheels on Hutchinson will stop – if anything, they may start turning faster on Saturday.

The Pick: Xavier Hutchinson OVER 99.5 Receiving Yards (ODDS -115)

Prop #2:  Michigan vs Maryland – Taulia Tagovailoa OVER 273.5 Passing Yards (-115)

The Game: September 24, 12 noon ET
The Prop: Will Taulia Tagovailoa throw OVER 273.5 Passing Yards?

The conference opener for the No. 4-ranked Michigan Wolverines (3-0) features the Maryland Terrapins (3-0) and while Michigan is favored by 17 points, Maryland has its own assets for you to bet on. 

Junior quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa is completing 77 percent of his tosses, ranking him third in the nation. Over his three performances, he has accumulated nearly 900 passing yards. 

Pair that with his trusty trio of wide receivers – Rakim Jarrett, Jeshaun Jones and Jacob Copeland have all earned over 100 receiving yards so far – and Tagovailoa is bound to rack up some favorable numbers. 

The Terps have yet to play a high-caliber team like the Wolverines this season. But even in a loss, Tagovailoa will still shine. 

The Pick: Taulia Tagovailoa OVER 273.5 Passing Yards (ODDS -115)

Prop #3: Texas Tech vs Texas – Bijan Robinson OVER 110.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

The Game: September 24, 3:30 p.m. ET
The Prop: Will Bijan Robinson earn OVER 110.5 rushing yards?

It’s another annual Big 12 battle in the Lone Star State as the No. 22-ranked Texas Longhorns (2-1) host the Texas Tech Red Raiders (2-1). Of course, any Longhorns matchup gives us the opportunity to bet on RB Bijan Robinson.

The junior is in the nation’s top 25 with 315 rushing yards. That includes last week’s stellar 183 yards on 20 rushes, when he had three touchdowns during his team’s 41-20 win over the UTSA Roadrunners. 

He compiled those numbers even without star quarterback Quinn Ewers, who is still suffering an SC joint sprain from Week 2.

According to our consensus data, Texas has a 98 percent likelihood to cover the -6.5 spread, and Robinson will be at the forefront of it all.

To me, this is a prime opportunity for the running back to earn some extra stats and maintain his status as one of the best rushers in the nation.

The Pick: Bijan Robinson OVER 110.5 rushing yards (ODDS -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 opportunity to home 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 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 Odds Shark’s sports betting calculator.

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