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Week 7 NCAAF Prop Bets We Would Like to See

The concept remains fascinating in the high scoring environment of college soccer Even though College Football player prop bets remain except for marquee games. Employing the power of projection models, we have created potential player props for a number of the leading players of college football. While they may remain accessible in SBR for the time being, here are a few theoretical participant props when attacking this weekends slate of college football games to take into account.
Fresh off a at Week 6 of Kansas, Jalen Hurts recorded just 228 passing yards with another 56 on the ground. Hurts 284 yards stay his smallest in a game this year. But, Hurts averages 304.6 passing yards and 100 rushing yards per game. With a competitive match against Texas A&M on deck, Hurts total yardage prop comes in at 415.5 metres.
For a Hurts beat spot, Week 7s sport environment sets up on top of absurd stats. Facing the Texas Longhorns, the game complete currently sits at 75.5-points. Also setting up nicely for Hurts, Texas proceeds to handle injuries to three of the defensive guards.
With Texas allowing 325 passing yards per game to opposing signal callers, NCAAF chances point to Hurts eclipsing his 415.5 total yardage prop.
Saturday, October 12th, 3:30 PM in Camp Randall Stadium
Jonathan Taylor — Wisconsin — O/U 122.5 Rushing Yards
Tied for seventh in racing (559 metres ), Jonathan Taylor has 100 yards rushing in ten consecutive games. More to the point, Taylor averages just over 20 carries per game, while notching 7.2 yards per carry.
Taylor faces his toughest competition yet. So far this season, Michigan State just allows 100.8 rushing yards daily. The Spartans showed vulnerability against the run . While Master Teague posted a second 90 in relief ohio States JK Dobbins ran for 172 yards on the ground.
With one of the most powerful racing attacks in the NFL, Jonathan Taylor still offers value and also a solid prospect of besting 122.5 rushing yards.
Saturday, October 12th, 3:30 PM at Kyle Field
Jerry Jeudy — Alabama — O/U 97.5 Receiving Yards
Following three sub-par outings below 100-yards receiving, Jerry Jeudy enters Week 7 having a 97.5 getting yardage prop. Even without eye-popping amounts, Jeudy still averages 97.6 receiving yards per game. While the massing outing has to happen, Jeudy stays the most receiver of Alabama.
This week, Jeudy confronts a Texas A&M team letting 220.5 passing yards per game to opposing signal callers. But, matchups thing very little to a Alabama team averaging 51.8 points per match. At this time, the match total sits indicating the ball should move.
NCAAF odds point to a bounce back game for Jerry Jeudy with a depressed receiving brace following three down performances.

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