Rose Bowl Player Props

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PASADENA, CA (The Spread) – Stanford and Wisconsin each have powerful running backs as their top weapons. Which one will make the biggest impact in the 2013 Rose Bowl?

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Stanford comes into this game as a 6-point favorite over Wisconsin, and the over/under total for the game has been set at 47 points. According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Wisconsin running back Montee Ball has been given over/under odds of 117.5 rushing yards for this game, while Stanford back Stepfan Taylor has been given over/under odds of 111.5 yards.

Ball comes into the Rose Bowl with 1,730 rushing yards on the season. Ball has been on a real tear as of late, rushing for at least 111 yards in seven of his last eight games, including four games with at least 190 yards on the ground. Ball has also been given plenty of chances to succeed, as he has had at least 20 carries in all but three games this season. Stanford had the top rushing defense in the Pac-12 this season, allowing just 87.7 yards per game on the ground this season. That mark also ranked fourth nationally. Ball is going to need some solid blocking and he will have to break some tackles if he hopes to get at least 118 yards on the ground.

While Bell is a speed back, Taylor is more of a physical runner. He has rushed for 1,442 yards on 302 carries this season. Taylor has rushed for at least 112 yards in seven games this season, including three of his last four contests. Like Ball, Taylor has only failed to get 20 carries in just three games this season. Wisconsin was fifth in the Big Ten in rushing defense, allowing 124.5 yards per game on the ground this season. Taylor should have his chances to rack up some yards against this defense.

Bet on Rose Bowl Player Prop Odds

For complete player prop odds available for the 2013 Rose Bowl, see below

Game Odds

Wisconsin +6 Over 47

Stanford -6 Under 47

Player to score First TD

Montee Ball (Wisconsin) +350

Stepfan Taylor (Stanford) +500

Field (Any Other Player) +500

Zach Ertz (Stanford) +700

Drew Terrell (Stanford) +800

James White (Wisconsin) +800

Levine Toilolo (Stanford) +1000

Jacob Pedersen (Wisconsin) +1200

Jared Abbrederis (Wisconsin) +1200

Ty Montgomery (Stanford) +1200

Kevin Hogan (Stanford) +1500

Melvin Gordon (Wisconsin) +1500

Curt Phillips (Wisconsin) +2000

No TD Scored in the Game +10000

Player Prop Odds

First pass for Curtis Phillips (Wisconsin) will be: Complete (-155) Incomplete (+125)

Total rushing yards for Montee Ball (Wisconsin): Over/Under 117.5

Will Ball score a touchdown: Yes (-115) No (-115)

Total receptions for Jared Abbrederis (Wisconsin): Over/Under 3.5

Total receiving yards for Abbrederis: Over/Under 54.5

Total completions for Kevin Hogan (Stanford): Over/Under 17.5

Total touchdown passes + interceptions for Hogan: Over/Under 2.5

Total rushing yards for Stepfan Taylor (Stanford): Over/Under 111.5

Will Taylor score a touchdown in the first half: Yes (+105) No (-135)

Will Taylor score a touchdown in the second half: Yes (+105) No (-135)

Total receptions for Zach Ertz (Stanford): Over/Under 5.5

Total receiving yards for Ertz: Over/Under 69.5

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