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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With Georgia freshman RB Zamir White reportedly tearing his ACL, junior RB Elijah Holyfield is likely to see more reps backing up D'Andre Swift.

Holyfield (5'11/215), a four-star prospect out of high school, appeared in 13 games last season and rushed for 293 yards and two touchdowns on 50 carries. With Sony Michel and Nick Chubb both in the NFL, Georgia will be looking for new contributors in the backfield with D'Andre Swift expected to be the starter. And with White likely to miss the entire season, Holyfield appears to be the Bulldogs' top option to back up Swift with James Cook also competing for reps.
Aug 18 - 6:14 PM

Saturday afternoon it was reported that Georgia freshman RB Zamir White suffered a torn ACL in his left knee.

White (6'0/215) suffered the injury while on special teams during an intra-squad scrimmage, and as a result he's likely to miss the 2018 season. This is the second ACL tear that White has suffered in less than a year, as he tore the ligament in his right knee last November. Cleared to participate when Georgia opened fall camp, White did so with a brace on his right knee. With the highly-regarded freshman sidelined, junior Elijah Holyfield is likely to see even more reps behind expected starter D'Andre Swift.
Aug 18 - 5:55 PM

Nick Saban announced Saturday that sophomore outside linebacker Chris Allen has been ruled out for the season due to a knee injury.

Allen (6'4/242) appeared in seven games as a freshman, tallying six total tackles and one tackle for loss. The Alabama linebacker rotation will take a hit depth-wise as a result of Allen's injury, and he's the second player to suffer a serious knee injury this summer. OLB Terrell Lewis, who appeared in just four games last season due to an arm injury, suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during an offseason workout. Among the remaining backup options at OLB are Ben Davis and Cameron Latu.
Source: AL.com
Aug 18 - 5:24 PM

Georgia freshman running back Zamir White injured his left knee during an intra-squad scrimmage Saturday.

White (6'0/215), one of the top newcomers in Georgia's 2018 recruiting class, is said to have suffered a non-contact knee injury and will undergo an MRI. The freshman, who tore the ACL in his right knee last November, was cleared to participate in practices when the team began fall camp earlier this month and did so with a brace on that knee. Losing White for an extended period of time would be a tough blow for the Bulldogs to absorb, as he was expected to contribute in a role similar to one held by D'Andre Swift last season.
Aug 18 - 4:44 PM

Colorado State graduate transfer QB K.J. Carta-Samuels has been named the team's starting quarterback.

Carta-Samuels (6'2/225), who joined the program in March, beat out sophomore Collin Hill to earn the nod for Colorado State's August 25 opener against Hawai'i. In three seasons at Washington Carta-Samuels appeared in a total of 25 games, completing 57.4 percent of his passes for 310 yards and three touchdowns. Hill, who was presumed to be the starter before undergoing knee surgery in March, is listed as co-No. 2 on the team's depth chart with redshirt freshman Justice McCoy.
Source: csurams.com
Aug 18 - 4:28 PM

Uncommitted five-star 2019 RB Trey Sanders said Friday that his recruitment is "probably shut down" for the time being.

Sanders (6'0/214) said after IMG Academy's scrimmage against Lake City (Florida) Columbia HS that he's looking to focus on his team's upcoming season. Formerly an Alabama commit, Sanders doesn't lack for suitors as programs such as the Crimson Tide, Florida, Georgia, Texas, LSU, Oklahoma and Ohio State are in pursuit of his commitment. While Sanders is looking to scale things back, it's possible that he'll be at Florida's season-opener to see his older brother Umstead make his Gator debut.
Aug 18 - 4:17 PM

Tickets for New Mexico State's opener against Wyoming next Saturday are going for as low as $3.

While outwardly it would not seem a good thing that the Aggies are selling home tickets for just three dollars, there's a method to this madness -- because the game will be televised on ESPN2, the program would like a packed stadium for exposure purposes. New Mexico State AD Mario Moccia said of the plan, "We’re making a few sacrifices for this game, but considering we have a chance to showcase our program to 80 million eyeballs, we’ll risk it." Moccia's math might be a touch optimistic (charitably put), but we love the idea of sacrificing in the short term to attempt to build for the longterm. The Aggies are coming off their first bowl berth in 57 years, so now is most certainly an open window to draw interest.
Aug 18 - 3:50 PM

Rutgers redshirt senior QB Giovanni Rescigno started with the first-team offense during Saturday's scrimmage.

While true freshman QB Artur Sitkowski is the buzziest name in the Rutgers program right now, it's looking more and more like Scarlet Knights HC Chris Ash might be leaning toward the more established upperclassman in Rescigno. There's a difference between being established and actually being good, though, and the body of work we've seen from the 6-foot-3, 229-pound redshirt senior during regular seasons past has been less than inspiring. For his career, Rescigno has completed just 50.6% of his 263 pass attempts while posting an overall TD/INT ratio of 7/6. None of this is particularly intriguing and -- should Rescigno win out as starter -- we would be none too surprised to see Sitkowski by the middle of the campaign.
Source: NJ.com
Aug 18 - 3:31 PM
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