College Football Playoff Semifinal Props – Best Player Prop Bets for Alabama vs Cincinnati, Michigan vs Georgia
Bowers celebrates

Georgia tight end Brock Bowers (19) celebrates his touchdown against Alabama during the second half of the Southeastern Conference championship NCAA college football game, Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

  • Player props for both CFP Semifinal Games are now available
  • FanDuel Sportsbook is offering us both statistical props as well as touchdown scorer wagers
  • Scroll below to see all the player props and my favorite bets for the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl

While player props are all the rage for NFL bettors, it’s very hard to consistently find them during the CFB regular season. Thankfully, FanDuel and DraftKings are blessing us with multiple offerings for both CFP semifinal games.

Props on yardage totals for all QBs, RBs and receivers are available, as well as odds on touchdown scorers in both the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl

The total for Alabama vs Cincinnati is currently at 57 points, so we can expect some offense from JerryWorld.

Alabama vs Cincinnati Cotton Bowl Player Props

Quarterbacks Passing Yards Passing Touchdowns
Bryce Young 305.5  (Ov -110 / Un -110) 2.5  (Ov -118 / Un -108)
Desmond Ridder 236.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) 1.5  (Ov -118 / Un -108)
Running Backs Rushing Yards Rushing Attempts
Brian Robinson Jr. 85.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) OTB
Jerome Ford 70.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) OTB
WR/TE Receiving Yards Receptions
Jameson Williams 97.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Slade Bolden 35.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Brian Robinson Jr. 17.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Alec Pierce 56.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Michael Young Jr. 30.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Josh Whyle 25.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Cameron Latu 16.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Leonard Taylor 15.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB
Tre Tucker 35.5 (Ov -113 / Un -113) OTB

All odds as of December 31st at FanDuel and DraftKings

Michael Young Jr. Returns With a Bang

Young hasn’t suited up since November 12th due to a nagging ankle injury, but is reportedly back to full health for this semifinal.

Ridder’s most targeted receiver last season, he took a bit of a backseat to Alec Pierce, Josh Whyle and Leonard Taylor this season – but he performs his best in big games.

In the early season showdowns against P5 competition against Indiana & Notre Dame (his former school), he had a season high four catches. In last season’s Peach Bowl against Georgia, he also led the team in catches and receiving yards.

If there’s one weakness in Alabama’s pass defense, it’s their two linebackers having to drop back in pass coverage – especially Henry To’oto’o, who doesn’t have the speed to keep up with most receivers. The Tide were gashed by Brock Bowers in the SEC Championship game, as the Bulldogs star TE went for 139 yards on 10 catches despite the loss.

Knowing the vulnerability of those backers, look for Young to get multiple looks from Desmond Ridder operating out of the slot, and he should have ample opportunity to go over his receiving yardage prop at 30.5

  • Michael Young Jr. (Cincinnati) OVER 30.5 Receiving Yards at DraftKings

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Cincinnati vs Alabama Touchdown Scorer Props

Player Anytime Touchdown Scorer First Touchdown Scorer
Jameson Williams -320 +470
Brian Robinson Jr. -300 +470
Jerome Ford -145 +850
Slade Bolden +115 +1000
Jahleel Billingsley +175 +1300
Alec Pierce +180 +1700
Cameron Latu +200 +1600
Bryce Young +220 +1800
Desmond Ridder +220 +1800
Jojo Earle +250 +1900
Alabama D/ST +250 +1900
Ja’Corey Brooks +260 +1900
Trey Sanders +270 +2200
Michael Young Jr. +300 +2700
Leonard Taylor +310 +2600
Josh Whyle +320 +2900
Tyler Scott +360 +3000
Cincinnati D/ST +490 +4200
Ryan Montgomery +490 +4200
Tre Tucker +490 +4200

Bryce Young Rushes for a Touchdown

For most of the season, Young seemed very hesitant to run and take any kind of hit unless it was absolutely necessary.

Against Cincinnati – I think it’ll be extremely necessary for the Tide to get points and finish off drives.

It’ll be strength on strength in the red zone, as Cincinnati ranks 4th in the nation only giving up points on 69.4% of opportunities inside the 20. Bama is 9th offensively in the RZ, scoring on 92% of their trips towards the end zone.

With the Bearcats All-American secondary likely making it tough to find Jameson Williams or Slade Bolden for a score, I like the chances of Young being forced to make magic happen with his feet and scramble in himself for a score at some point during the game.

  • Bryce Young Anytime TD +220 at FanDuel

Michigan vs Georgia Orange Bowl Player Props

Quarterbacks Passing Yards Passing Touchdowns
Cade McNamara 182.5  (Ov -110 / Un -110) 1.5  (Ov +190 / Un -260)
Stetson Bennett 229.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) 1.5  (Ov -112 / Un -112)
Running Backs Rushing Yards Rushing Attempts
Hassan Haskins 62.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) OTB
Blake Corum 38.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) OTB
Zamir White 53.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) OTB
James Cook 47.5 (Ov -110 / Un -110) OTB
WR/TE Receiving Yards Receptions
Brock Bowers 49.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB
Cornelius Johnson 37.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB
George Pickens 46.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB
Jermaine Burton 31.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB
Ladd McConkey 30.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB
Roman Wilson 34.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB
Mike Sainristill 23.5 (Ov -114/ Un -114) OTB
Erick All 24.5 (Ov -114 / Un -114) OTB

Blake Corum Just Needs One Play to Go Over Rushing Total

You might sense a theme here, as Corum also nursed an ankle injury through the latter stages of the season – but came back in a part time role and made some dynamite plays down the stretch.

Even against the vaunted Georgia defense, his explosiveness can’t be denied – as he averaged 14.8 YPC in his last two games with six rushes for 87 yards against Ohio State and 74 yards on just five touches out of the backfield against Iowa.

Corum is absolutely lethal off of one cut, and can change direction on a dime – which will be crucial against Georgia’s dominant front seven.

With Hassan Haskins operating as the chain mover and workhorse of this back field, I expect a fully healthy Corum to receive at least 10 carries and with his ability to go for a big play – I like betting the over on his rushing total.

  • Blake Corum Over 38.5 Rushing Yards at FanDuel -110

Georgia vs Michigan Touchdown Scorer Props

Player Anytime Touchdown Scorer First Touchdown Scorer
Hassan Haskins -120 +650
Zamir White -115 +650
George Pickens +125 +800
James Cook +140 +850
Brock Bowers +160 +1000
Blake Corum +190 +1200
Georgia D/ST +250 +1400
Ladd McConkey +290 +1600
Jermaine Burton +300 +1700
Erick All +390 +2500
Cornelius Johnson +400 +2300
Kenny McIntosh +400 +1400
Kearis Jackson +400 +1400
Roman Wilson +450 +3000
Stetson Bennett +490 +2900
Kendall Milton +500 +3100
Mike Sainristill +550 +3100
Adonai Mitchell +550 +3100
AJ Henning +650 +3900
Michigan D/ST +650 +3900

Brock Bowers Keeps Touchdown Streak Alive

Bowers has been an absolute force all year, but absolutely went in to overdrive over the last three weeks of the season.

Against Charleston Southern, Georgia Tech and Alabama, he’s caught 17 balls for 276 total yards and five touchdowns.

Even with star George Pickens back for the Bulldogs outside, I still expect the Bowers-Stetson Bennett connection to be the focal point of Georgia’s passing offense in the Orange Bowl.

With Daxton Hill’s status still up in the air for Michigan, Bowers could have a field day if Michigan is forced in to trusting either linebackers or their backup safety to deal with the 6’4, 230 pound Tight End.

With plus-money odds of +160 to score a touchdown, Bowers is absolutely worth a play.

  • Brock Bowers Anytime TD +160 at FanDuel
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