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Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina Prop Bets - Cure Bowl

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Dec/26/2020

The 11-0 Chanticleers take on Liberty (9-1) in Saturday evening's Cure Bowl.  Coastal Carolina is a -7 favorite after opening at -6.

Liberty QB Malik Willis has completed 64% of his passes for 2,040 yards with 20 touchdowns and four interceptions. He also is a dangerous runner with 807 yards and 10 more scores.

Coastal Carolina's DE Tarron Jackson ranks eighth in the FBS with 8.5 sacks and 13th with 13.5 tackles for loss. He is Coastal's single-season leader in sacks with 10 in 2019 and is the Chanticleers' career leader in sacks (26.5), yards lost from sacks (176), tackles for loss (43), yards lost from tackles for loss (214) and quarterback hurries (31).

These teams were slated to meet December 5 but Covid-19 changed those plans. Coastal Carolina knocked off then-No. 13 BYU 22-17 at home that day instead.

The Chanticleers are on a 12-game winning streak dating back to last season, which is tied with Alabama for the longest current winning streak in the FBS.  And for anyone thinking, "So what?  They play in a weaker conference", consider that victory over BYU.

Prop Bets

Liberty @ Coastal C Sat, Dec 26, 2020 EST

Rot First To Score Moneyline
1001 Liberty     +130
1002 Coastal C     -160
 
Rot Score in 1st 5 mins Moneyline
1003 Yes     Ev
1004 No     -130
 
Rot First Score of the Game Moneyline
1005 TD     -375
1006 Any Other Score     +275
 
Rot Longest TD in the Game Moneyline
1007 Over  57½  Yards -115
1008 Under  57½  Yards -115
 
Rot First Scoring Play Moneyline
1009 Liberty TD     +150
1010 Liberty FG     +600
1011 Liberty Any Other Score     +5000
1012 Coastal C TD     -110
1013 Coastal C FG     +700
1014 Coastal C Any Other Score     +4500
 
Rot A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times Moneyline
1015 Yes     -250
1016 No     +200
 
Rot Team Scoring 1st Wins Game Moneyline
1017 Yes     -190
1018 No     +160
 
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
1019 Liberty to win by 1-6 pts     +450
1020 Liberty to win by 7-12 pts     +900
1021 Liberty to win by 13-18 pts     +1400
1022 Liberty to win by 19-24 pts     +2800
1023 Liberty to win by 25-30 pts     +4500
1024 Liberty to win by 31-36 pts     +6000
1025 Liberty to win by 37-42 pts     +9000
1026 Liberty to win by 43 or more pts     +10000
1027 Coastal C to win by 1-6 pts     +350
1028 Coastal C to win by 7-12 pts     +400
1029 Coastal C to win by 13-18 pts     +450
1030 Coastal C to win by 19-24 pts     +800
1031 Coastal C to win by 25-30 pts     +1000
1032 Coastal C to win by 31-36 pts     +1400
1033 Coastal C to win by 37-42 pts     +2200
1034 Coastal C to win by 43 or more pts     +2200
 
Rot Double Result Moneyline
1035 Liberty/Liberty     +300
1036 Liberty/Tie     +2800
1037 Liberty/Coastal C     +550
1038 Tie/Liberty     +1800
1039 Tie/Tie     +3000
1040 Tie/Coastal C     +1100
1041 Coastal C/Liberty     +900
1042 Coastal C/Tie     +3500
1043 Coastal C/Coastal C     -125
 
Rot Will Game Go to Overtime Moneyline
1044 Yes     +850
1045 No     -2000

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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