CFB Season Prop Bets

CFB Season Prop Bets
Mark Lindquist sifts through the best and worst prop bets in advance of the upcoming college football season.
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Notre Dame junior WR Chase Claypool is the team's "most improved wide receiver."

Claypool (6'4/227) is the top returning wide receiver for the Irish, but Pete Sampson of the Athletic argues he is also the most improved. OC Chip Long said "it's fun to see" the success Claypool is having this offseason since he has been more focused than ever. Already an accomplished receiver early in his career -- he had 29 catches for 402 yards and two touchdowns as a sophomore, Claypool is expected to be a focal point of the Notre Dame offense in 2018.
Aug 19 - 4:27 PM

Texas redshirt sophomore TE Rob Cummins suffered a knee injury at practice.

Cummins (6'6/260) is currently being evaluated. Cummins has gone through some serious change in the last year. First, he changed from a defensive end to a tight end, and then he changed his first name from Max to Rob. Cummins was not expected to receive much playing time this season as he learns his new position.
Source: SB Nation
Aug 19 - 4:14 PM

Notre Dame sophomore TE Cole Kmet is taking first-team reps.

Kmet (6'5/258) is one of the best athletes at Notre Dame. Not only does he have a 38-inch vertical, but he is also a pitcher for the ND baseball team. The former four-star is expected to take on a much bigger role and very well could be the starting tight end in the first game against Michigan, despite only securing two catches last season. Kmet has breakout potential for a Notre Dame offense that lost multiple pass catchers to the NFL this offseason.
Aug 19 - 4:02 PM

Auburn HC Gus Malzahn said there is a "trust factor" between redshirt junior QB Jarrett Stidham and junior RB Kam Martin.

Martin (5'10/193) is officially the Tigers starting running back with Kerryon Johnson now in the NFL. As a sophomore, Martin averaged 6.1 yards per carry on 74 carries. Malzahn said, "Last year, we were pretty selective with the things he did." But the coaching staff has exposed Martin to more things this offseason in preparation for a bigger role. Malzahn typically likes to use a bell cow back, but it is unclear if Martin's slight frame will allow that to happen.
Aug 19 - 3:44 PM

Central Michigan HC John Bonamego said the team will use a "wide receiver by committee."

The top three leaders in receiving yards for Central Michigan last year -- Mark Chapman, Tyler Conklin, and Corey Willis -- are not returning, so the pass catching group is full of question marks. The top returning receiver is actually junior RB Jonathan Ward, who had 470 receiving yards. The wide receiver by committee will consist of Brandon Childress, Drayton Law, Bailey Edwards, and others.
Aug 19 - 3:30 PM

Auburn HC Gus Malzahn confirmed that sophomore QB Malik Willis will serve as the backup quarterback in 2018.

The starter, obviously, is Jarrett Stidham. It shouldn't shock many that Willis will again be the backup, considering that's the position he served in last year to Stidham. He could face some competition this season from Cord Sandberg, a former baseball player who was a four-star recruit before choosing to sign with Philadelphia.
Aug 19 - 2:43 PM

Pro Football Focus lists Texas Tech redshirt senior LB Dakota Allen as the top returning linebacker for 2019.

Allen (6'2/224) considered leaving for the draft after his excellent 2018 campaign, but he's back for the Red Raiders this fall, and it's a big return for the Texas Tech defense. Allen registered 102 tackles and two sacks in 2017, and he also picked off two passes while allowing just a 55 rating when targeted. PFF notes that he needs to do a better job of getting off blocks, but if he can, he has a chance to be one of the first defenders from the Big 12 selected in 2019.
Aug 19 - 2:31 PM

Penn State senior DL Torrence Brown is retiring from football.

"Due to multiple injuries and surgeries, my career at Penn State has come to an end," Brown said in a statement. "It has been tough coming to terms with this news but I know that everything happens for a reason and God will continue to guide me." It's a significant loss for the Nittany Lions defense, as Brown has shown flashes of being an elite pass-rusher in his time with Penn State. His career was littered with injuries, however, and knee issues saw him miss all but three games in 2017.
Aug 19 - 2:15 PM
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