Bet the Total Number of Passing Touchdowns for Joe Burrow - College Football Playoff National Championship Prop

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Don Shapiro
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Oddsmakers have set the total number of passing touchdowns for LSU starting quarterback Joe Burrow at 3.5 for the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship.  LSU faces off against Clemson as a -5.5 favorite.

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In the College Football Playoff Semifinal game in the 2019 Peach Bowl, Burrow recorded a historic performance with 29-of-39 pass attempts for 493 passing yards and seven passing touchdowns (all seven in the first half alone) to go along with five rushes for 22 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown in the 63–28 victory over No. 4 Oklahoma.  Source: Wikipedia

More Joe Burrow Prop Bets

Joe Burrow passing touchdowns
Over/Under 3.5

Joe Burrow passing yards
Over/Under 369.5

Joe Burrow pass completions
Over/Under 28.5

Game Outcome Prop Bets

Team to score first
LSU -150
Clemson +110

Team to score last
LSU -130
Clemson +100

Longest touchdown
Over 54.5 yards
Under 54.5 yards

Will there be 3 straight scores by either team?
Yes -275
No +200

Will either team score 40 or more points?
Yes -130
No +100

Will there be a defensive or special teams TD?
Yes +160
No -220

Will there be a scoreless quarter?
Yes +350
No -550

Will there be overtime?
Yes +720
No -1670

Broadcast Sayings

How many times will "Tigers" be said during first quarter?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

How many times will "Heisman" be said during broadcast?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

Will "home-field advantage" be said during broadcast?
Yes -120
No -120

Will "29 in a row" be said during broadcast?
Yes -200
No +150



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