Week 4 of the College Football season is upon us and we have you covered with College Football Player Props for this week. Last week was nice for us going 2-1 overall and 2-0 on Saturday. We have a full slate today with a bunch of good games at each time slot so let's take a look at the best College Football Player Props for Week 4.
College Football Player Props for Week 4
Bo Nix (Ore) Over 316.5 Passing Yards (-114 odds at Fanduel)
TreVeyon Henderson (OSU) Over 66.5 Rushing Yards (-114 odds at Fanduel)
Michael Penix Jr (Was) Over 358.5 Passing Yards (-114 odds at Fanduel)
Plays made on September 23 at 9:00 AM EST
Read the full analysis for each pick below.
College Football Player Props this week
Bo Nix (Ore) Over 316.5 Passing Yards
Bo Nix is going to tear up this Colorado defense.
Colorado allowed a much less talented Colorado State QB Brayden Fowler-Nicolosi to throw for 397 last week in 2 overtimes but STILL
Bo Nix has only played one full game and he threw for 359 in that game.
Oregon comes in as -21 point favorites but a lot of people believe Colorado will hang around in this game. The longer they hang around the better because it should play out to be a back and forth high scoring game which will give Bo plenty of chances to throw the ball down the field and rack up passing yards for us!
TreVeyon Henderson (OSU) Over 64.5 Rushing Yards
You know we had to grab a prop bet for the 6 vs 9 game tonight!
This one projects to be a defensive battle but I do think Ohio State will look to establish the run game and wear down the Notre Dame front as the game goes on.
Henderson has averaged 6.4 yards per carry so if he gets 10+ carries tonight the numbers suggest he will go over for us
Henderson has also scored 4 touchdowns in his last 2 games
Michael Penix Jr (Was) Over 358.5 Passing Yards
Washington is favored by 3 touchdowns in this game tonight so you have to figure that Michael Penix and the #1 ranked passing offense that has averaged 497 passing yards per game will keep clicking on all cylinders tonight
Cal's defensive numbers look good on paper but if you look a little closer, they haven't played any teams who are a throw first offense like they will face tonight.
The other thing is that Washington will be playing for style points and run the score up because they have to do that to have a chance at moving their way into the College Football Playoff.