The 2022-23 NCAA college football season is coming to an end as the CFP National Championship Game is right around the corner. This edition of the annual event pits the No. 3 TCU Horned Frogs against the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs on Monday, Jan. 9 in what should be an exciting affair.
CFP National Championship Prop Bets
Here are three of the best prop bets for the TCU vs Georgia CFP National Championship matchup, courtesy of NCAAF odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Best TCU vs Georgia CFP National Championship Bets
1. Stetson Bennett — Passing Yards: Over 272.5 (-114)
Stetson Bennett looked fantastic against Ohio State at the Peach Bowl, completing 23-of-34 passes for 398 yards and three touchdowns (with an interception). Although TCU only allows 245.8 passing yards per game (No. 91), I still like the Georgia gunslinger's odds of hitting the over on this prop. For starters, the Horned Frogs just surrendered 342 passing yards to Michigan in a Fiesta Bowl shootout. Secondly, Bennett has finished with more than 272.5 passing yards in each of his last two games, as well as in nine of his 14 starts thus far. With the Heisman Trophy finalist already having the best campaign of his collegiate career, it'd only be fitting if he capped it off with another monster performance.
2. Any Time Touchdown – Kendre Miller (-190)
Kendre Miller is another player who's had a career year this season. TCU's star running back ran his way into the end zone 17 times over 14 games, ranking eighth-best in the nation and No. 2 in the Big 12. What's even more mind-blowing is that the Fiesta Bowl was the first time this season that Miller didn't record a touchdown. As good as Georgia's defense is, the Bulldogs have allowed at least one rushing TD in each of their last three games. With FanDuel projected 62.5 points on the board, I'm confident that Miller will see several opportunities to find his way past the goal line.
3. Quentin Johnston — Receiving Yards: Over 83.5 (-114)
TCU wideout Quentin Johnston is no stranger to massive performances, averaging 119.1 receiving yards in the last eight games that he's finished. In other words, going over 83.5 receiving yards shouldn't be an issue for him. Johnston has hit the over on this prop in his last two games, amassing 302 yards in that span. While Georgia only allows 233.5 receiving yards per game (No. 72), that mark has increased to 355.0 yards over the last three games. With Johnston being TCU's top pass-catcher and likely needing to play a significant role on Monday, I wouldn't be surprised if the 21-year-old surpasses the century mark again.
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