Free expert college football player prop bets this week: Kendre Miller does his best to get TCU into CFP

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Championship week in college football is upon us. Other than Army-Navy on December 10, the pre-bowl season will have wrapped up when Saturday night comes to a close and the 2022-23 College Football Playoff field will be revealed on Sunday. Georgia, Michigan and TCU should all be in regardless of their results in respective conference championship games, although the Horned Frogs would feel a lot safer if they take care of business against Kansas State.

For now we are focusing on individual players, so let’s take a look at my favorite prop bets for Week 14. Meanwhile, be sure to check out all of our coverage on the college football page.

Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU anytime touchdown scorer (+180)

No matter the opponent (even if it as ferocious as Georgia), you have to like the value when you can get a player like Daniels at +180 odds to score a touchdown. LSU’s dual-threat quarterback has found the endzone in 7 of 12 games this season, and that includes 3-TD performances against both Florida and Ole Miss. Yes, I am talking about rushing touchdowns. For what it’s worth, in those 2 games against the Gators and Rebels he accounted for 11 scores in total. Daniels has kept the ball himself at least 12 times in 8 consecutive contests and he will surely be doing that a lot when under pressure against Georgia’s dangerous pass rush.

Check out our full LSU vs Georgia preview

Antoine Green, WR, North Carolina Over 69.5 receiving yards (-115)

North Carolina’s WR2 should be seeing a lot of green on Saturday night. In fact, Green has been doing a lot of that all season long. He has surpassed 100 yards on 3 occasions in 2022 and also had 81 yards a couple of games ago against Wake Forest. The senior has been limited to fewer than 59 yards only once in 8 games, so he almost never gets completely held in check. There is no reason to think Clemson will be the team to suddenly contain him. The Tigers boast a top-10 run defense in the nation, but they give up a decent amount of yards through the air (226.7 per game). Given the Tar Heels’ lackluster form of late, I expect them to be playing from behind from start to finish of the ACC Championship and will therefore have to air it out early and often.

Check out our full North Carolina vs Clemson preview

Kendre Miller, RB, TCU Over 106.5 rushing yards (-110)

The Big 12 Championship is a rematch of a Oct. 22 contest in which Miller torched Kansas State to the tune of 153 yards and 2 touchdowns. Even though TCU trailed for the majority of that game (including by 18 points at one stage before storming back for a 38-28 victory), Miller still got 29 carries. Just think how many he could get if the Horned Frogs play from ahead. The junior from Mount Enterprise, Tex. has rushed for at least 120 yards on 6 occasions this season and he also went for 104 against Oklahoma State. As for the Wildcats, they allow 143.2 yards per game on the ground.

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