Skip to content

Washington St. vs Fresno St. Prop Bets: LA Bowl

Passing-Heavy Offenses Offer Value Options

The LA Bowl featuring Washington State (7-5) versus Fresno State (9-4) could end up being one of the more exciting lower-level bowl games. While the teams are evenly matched, the Bulldogs won the Mountain West Conference and the Cougars were middle of the pack in the Pac-12.

Furthermore, the teams play through their offenses, which could lead to the possibility of a high-scoring game despite solid defense. However, the Bulldogs are a more balanced team and should win.

Quarterback Jake Haener #9 of the Fresno State Bulldogs tracks down an errant snap
Loren Orr / Getty Images North America / Getty Images via AFP

Still, with the offenses as the marquee side of the ball, there are many possible prop bets available for the key players on each team.

Let’s check the latest college football odds, stats, injury reports, and college football lines for Washington St. vs Fresno St.. We’ve plenty of NCAA football odds for you to consider.

Washington St. vs Fresno St. Props

  • First to Score
  • Race to 20 Points
  • Game Total Points
  • Winning Margin 3-Way

First to Score

Running back Jordan Mims has been a big part of Fresno State’s offense all season. He has over 1,000 yards, averaging 4.8 per carry, and 18 touchdowns. On top of that, he has had touchdowns in every game since Oct. 15, and has five over the last two games. Mims has constantly found the end zone and he is their first option when the team gets close.

On top of that, the Bulldogs’ passing game has been able to move the ball easily. If they can use that just to get into the red zone, Mims has been a threat to close out drives.

  • Pick: Fresno St. TD (-135)

Scoop on Free Play from the Locker Room

And now, the Locker Room offers clients/users a free bonus. The code Locker Room earns you a $50 free and the best news is there is no deposit required. For those already enjoying the benefits of a BetUS account, deposit another $50 and your account will get that doubled so you can play with a nice, crisp $100. Don’t forget the ongoing World Cup, BetUS has you covered there, too. Play the beautiful game bracket contest and you can not only see your favorite countries and players triumph but clients have a chance to win the grand prize of $25,000. There is a sweet consolation pool of $25,000 for those who check in second through 10th. You have a goal: Play the World Cup contest to win big bucks.
Don't Hesitate: Sign Up Now for BetUS' Sweetest Offer Sign Up, Get a $50 FREE PLAY! Use Code SPORTS50 To Redeem Act on this Dazzling Deal for Current BetUS Clients Deposit $50, Play with $100 Use Code SPORTS100 to redeem Score big with BetUS’ World Cup Promotions Score big with BetUS’ World Cup Promotions Find Out More Here

Race to 20

Bulldogs quarterback Jake Haener has not been at his best in his last two games. He has passed for under 190 yards in each, but one was a 30-0 dominating win in the last game of the regular season, and the other was a challenging championship game. Through his nine starts, he has had over 300 yards in six of them, with four in a row before the last two games.

Taking him to do that again is a solid bet, especially against a Cougars defense that has struggled to defend the pass. They give up 266.7 passing yards per game, the third most in the Pac-12.

The combination of him and Mims should be more than enough to be the first team to 20 points.

  • Pick: Fresno St -150

Game Total Points

While the Bulldogs’ offense should be a deciding factor in the game, the Cougars should be able to keep up. Transfer quarterback Cameron Ward has had the pass-happy offense of Washington State on his shoulders. For the most part, he has done pretty well, getting over 3,000 yards and averaging 38.8 passing attempts per game.

However, it may not be able to score enough points with key receivers De’Zhaun Stribling and Donovan Ollie entering the transfer portal and not playing. The Cougars’ defense can also help them out to keep the game closer in scoring.

  • Pick: 51-60 pts +225

Winning Margin 3-Way

This game should be relatively close due to the teams being evenly matched. The offenses are the highlights of the teams, but the defenses have been decent. They each allow under 23 points per game. There is a good chance this game is close, and whoever wins does not do so by more than six points.

  • Pick: Any Other Result (+210)

Did you find this article interesting?

Comments (0)