Clint Chelf and Josh Stewart top Big 12 player props
Photo Attribution: USATSIBovada released its college football player props on Monday and OSU was involved in a few. Let’s take a look.[1. If you need a refresher: -110 means you have to bet $110 to win $100 and +110 means you have to bet $100 to win $100.]Most passing yards (Big 12)Clint Chelf: -110Clint Trickett: +110David Ash: +150Wow. I see that Vegas is confident in JW Walsh not being the starter. Wherever “Bryce Petty at +250” is, I’ll take it.Most passing TDs (Big 12)Clint Chelf: -110Clint Trickett: +110David Ash: +150Again, color me a little shocked. An OSU QB has never outright led the Big 12 in passing TDs[1. 2011: Weeden – 37, Bob – 37.] and now a dude who hasn’t even been named the starter is going to do it?Most receiving yards (Big 12)Brandon Carter: +400Jalen Saunders: +400Jaxon Shipley: +375Josh Stewart: -150Tyler Lockett: +425I wonder what kind of odds you could have gotten on parlaying the entire Shipley family to lead the Big 12 in receiving yards at some point back in like 2005. Had to be like 400,000-1 and would have been a smart bet.Your weekly reminder that Josh Stewart didn’t make the All-Big 12 first or second team last season.Most receiving TDs (Big 12)Brandon Carter: +325Jalen Saunders: +350Jaxon Shipley: +250Josh Stewart: +175Tyler Lockett: +350And the “oh wait, OSU has a LOT of receivers” inevitable correction.I like Petty at whatever you can get him at (presumably higher than +150 and Carter at +400 for most receiving yards.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!