College Football Props & Odds: Top NCAA Props For Weekend Bowl Games

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College Football Props & Odds: Top CFB Props For Weekend Bowl Games

There are six college football bowl games this Saturday to kick off bowl season, with betting options available on each contest. 

The action begins at 11 a.m. ET with Ohio playing Georgia Southern in the Myrtle Beach Bowl, followed by Louisiana Lafayette and Jacksonville State in the New Orleans Bowl at 2:15 p.m. Appalachian State takes on Miami of Ohio at 3:30 p.m. in the Cure Bowl, and then Fresno State and New Mexico State tangle in the New Mexico Bowl (5:45 p.m.). 

The night games feature more star power, with Boise State and UCLA meeting in the LA Bowl (7:30 p.m.) and the Independence Bowl between California and Texas Tech capping the evening at 9:15 p.m.

Depending on your state’s rules about college prop bets, betting options at the best college football sportsbooks may include things like wagering on who will score a touchdown, passing props, rushing props, receiving props, and defensive stats. Check below for the best odds for college football prop bets.

College football bowl game player props 

Most of Saturday’s bowl games have relatively close point spreads, with Appalachian State (-6.5) checking in as the biggest favorite. UCLA is a four-point favorite against Boise State, and Texas Tech is favored by around a field goal over California

Here are some player props for Saturday’s games: 

Anytime TD scorer props for Saturday bowl games

Texas Tech star running back Tahj Brooks announced that he will play in the Independence Bowl and return to school next year rather than entering the NFL draft. That sets up a big-time matchup of tailbacks in Saturday’s nightcap, with Cal leaning on All-Pac-12 running back Jaydn Ott. Here is a look at some of the touchdown odds:

Quarterback passing props for Saturday bowl games

Taylen Green transferred from Boise State to Arkansas this week, and Dante Moore left UCLA to hit the transfer portal. That leaves Ethan Garbers to start for the Bruins and Maddux Madsen to step in for the Broncos of Boise State. Behren Morton gets the start for Texas Tech this weekend, as well.

Over/under passing yard props

Passing TD prop bets

Receiving yard props for Saturday bowl games

Miami (Ohio) lost starting quarterback Brett Gabbert to a knee injury in the middle of the season, and backup quarterback Aveon Smith is in the portal. Appalachian State is favored with Joey Aguilar coming off a school-record season in terms of passing, and his top target has been Kaedin Robinson

Perry Carter has caught 34 targets for 603 yards to lead Jacksonville State this season. Jacob Bernard has caught 37 passes for 473 yards to lead Louisiana. He only has one receiving touchdown, however, while three other players have four-plus touchdowns for the Ragin’ Cajuns. 

Rushing yard props for Saturday bowl games

Malik Sherrod is averaging 5.8 yards per carry with 876 rushing yards this season to lead Fresno State. The junior is also a threat as a punt returner. New Mexico’s backfield is led by 1,000-yard rusher Jacory Croskey-Merritt, who has 442 rushing yards over the Lobos’ last two games. Tahj Brooks is also opting in for the bowl game this weekend.