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OK State, UCF Props Among Top Predictions for NCAA Football

The Big 12 Bowl projections show Texas as the lone team in the conference with a realistic chance to make the College Football Playoff. Prop bets aren’t worried about the standings so let’s take a look at the top picks for Week 11.

Here are my college football predictions for the top prop bets around the Big 12 in Week 11.

OK State, UCF Props Among Top Predictions for NCAA Football
Running back Ollie Gordon II #0 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys - Brian Bahr/Getty Images/AFP

Kansas Leans on Jason Bean’s Arm

Kansas is missing star quarterback Jalon Daniels, but Jason Bean has filled in admirably. Bean’s passing prop against Texas Tech is set at 227.5 yards. The quarterback has topped this in two of the last three games.

 

Ollie Gordon II Is Still That Dude

We started backing Oklahoma State running back Ollie Gordon II a few weeks ago before he became a dark-horse Heisman Trophy candidate. Gordon’s bets are admittedly losing value with less than favorable Vegas college football odds along with the prop numbers rising each week.


None of this matters with Gordon facing the second-worst rushing defense at UCF. The Knights are allowing a whopping 228 rushing yards per contest, which ranks No. 132 in the country.

Gordon’s receiving prop offers the most value in sportsbooks at 16.5 receiving yards. The Cowboys star has still topped 150 rushing yards in three of his last four games. Look for both of the overs on these props to hit.

 

UCF’s RJ Harvey Looks To Keep Pace with Gordon

The other running back in this Oklahoma State-UCF matchup is worth watching as well. UCF’s rushing attack has been, by far, the most effective part of the team this season.


Harvey’s rushing prop against Oklahoma State is set at 91.5 yards. The Knights playmaker has achieved this in five straight games, including four straight matchups notching at least 100 yards.

Additionally, if you are looking for a nice lottery ticket, bet online Harvey to score the first touchdown with juicy odds at +600.

 

Xavier Worthy Shines in Quinn Ewers’ Return

Quinn Ewers is back as the Texas QB1, which is good news for Xavier Worthy. The Ewers props in the college football odds are a little high for my liking.

A backdoor way to bet Ewers is to back Longhorns receiver Xavier Worthy. The wideout had 90 or more receiving yards in the last three games Ewers was a quarterback.

 

John Rhys Plumlee Goes off at the Bounce House

UCF is oddly just a 2.5-point underdog against No. 15 Oklahoma State. Vegas expects a little Bounce House boost for the Knights. If UCF is going to hang around, the team is going to need a masterful performance from quarterback John Rhys Plumlee.

The Knights QB1 has been a major threat with his legs notching 98 rushing yards over the last two games. Look for the passing game to also get going at home.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Which Big 12 quarterback is most likely to throw for over 300 passing yards in Week 11?


Kansas State quarterback Will Howard is poised to have a big game against a bad Baylor defense.

Which Texas wide receiver is most likely to go over their receiving yards prop in Week 11?


Look for Texas receiver Xavier Worthy to go over 65.5 receiving yards against TCU with quarterback Quinn Ewers back on the field.

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