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After picking through the entire CFB week 3 slate, I’ve identified a handful of player props worth sprinkling some cash on. Here is a closer look at my 4 favorite prop bets for college football Week 3.
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Jayden Daniels Over 40.5 rushing yards
LSU QB Jayden Daniels has thrown for over 220.5 13 times in his career but hasn’t done so since October of 21. However, he has rushed for over 40 yards 14 times and at LSU he’s already shown he is fully capable of taking off when needed.
Daniels had a 122-yard rushing output in the season opener against a much-improved Florida State team. I feel good about going over 40.5 rushing yards against MSU.
Sam Hartman Over 305.5 passing yards
I’m all over Sam Hartman’s player prop of 305.5 to go over. In Liberty’s two games against Southern Miss and UAB, they only had to defend against a grand total of 28 passes. Wake threw 27 times against Vanderbilt alone.
Dave Clawson’s offense aka The Clawfence isn’t afraid to air it out. Hartman has also thrown for over 305.5 12 times in his career and has even thrown for over 325 yards seven times. I’m high on this offense and I’m practically salivating over the idea of what they can do against the Liberty secondary.
Cameron Ward Over 235.5 Passing Yards
The Rams gave up 266 passing yards to MTSU and over 200 passing yards to Michigan in a game where the Wolverines called off the dogs early. Ward’s passing yard prop is currently at 230.5 and I feel confident that’s a number he can surpass.
Ward put up monster numbers at Incarnate Word and I expect the yardage totals to increase at Washington State the more he gets acclimated to his new team. This week’s matchup will be that game where he finally breaks through with an impressive stat line.
Sean Tucker Under 101.5 Rushing Yards
I was hoping Tucker’s rushing prop would get posted at his season average this week, and it did. Tucker has 212 yards rushing through two weeks, but it took him 48 carries to get there (4.4 YPC). He would need another 48 carries to get to 102 yards against this Purdue defense.
Purdue isn’t UConn or Louisville (Syracuse’s first two opponents). These Boilermakers allow only 2.1 YPC on the season and will dominate the line of scrimmage on Saturday.