College Football Props & Odds: Top CFB Props For Conference Championship Games

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College Football Props & Odds: Top CFB Props For Conference Championship Games

Week 14 of college football action brings the regular season to a crescendo with conference championships this weekend. 

The Pac-12 championship game is Friday night between No. 5 Oregon and No. 3 Washington, and on Saturday we have the Big 12 title game between No. 7 Texas and No. 18 Oklahoma State, the SEC championship between No. 1 Georgia and No. 8 Alabama, the ACC championship between No. 4 Florida State and No. 14 Louisville, and the Big Ten championship between No. 2 Michigan and No. 16 Iowa. 

Depending on the rules about college prop bets in your state, some of the best college football sportsbooks might offer options like betting on touchdown scorers, passing props, rushing props, receiving props, and defensive stats. Check below for the best odds for college football prop bets.

Conference championship player props

Several teams playing in conference championships this weekend have College Football Playoff aspirations, so the games will be filled with tension. Bo Nix has hopped LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels in Heisman odds, and Michael Penix Jr. still has a chance to play his way into it with a win Friday night. 

Here are some player props for this weekend.

Anytime TD scorer props

Michigan’s Blake Corum has rushed for multiple touchdowns in four straight games, including two against Big Ten rivals Penn State and Ohio State. Iowa’s defense has only allowed 12.2 points per game this season, which is fourth-best in the nation. 

Here are some of the odds on players to score a touchdown:

Quarterback passing props

Michael Penix Jr. and Bo Nix combined for 669 passing yards and six touchdowns when they faced off in November in a 37-34 Washington win. Sportsbooks have a number of parlays for both quarterbacks to reach 300 passing yards in the rematch and for their top targets to reach at least 80 receiving yards. 

Over/under passing yard props

Passing TD prop bets

Receiving yard props

Jamari Thrash is fifth in the ACC with 801 receiving yards and is averaging 14.3 yards per catch for Louisville. Florida State speedster Ja’Khi Douglas leads the conference at 19.2 yards per catch on just 12 receptions this season, while Keon Coleman leads the Seminoles with 639 receiving yards. 

Rushing yard props

Oklahoma State has one of the most effective rushing attacks in college football, with running back Ollie Gordon leading the nation in total rushing yards at 6.4 yards per carry. Jaydon Blue is one of the lead backs for Texas as those two squads face off in the Big 12 championship.