2014 BCS Championship Game Player Prop Odds: Auburn vs. Florida State Print
Written by Drew Sharper   
Monday, 06 January 2014 16:00
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BCS Championship Player Props

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PASADENA, CA (The Spread) – Who will make the big plays in tonight’s BCS Championship Game between No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Auburn? Here is a look at the player prop odds for this game.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Florida State is the clear favorite in this game, as the Seminoles have odds of -10 points against Auburn tonight. The over/under total for the game has been set at 68 points (View Matchup). When it comes down to tonight’s game, the focus will be on the top stars, FSU quarterback Jameis Winston and Auburn running back Tre Mason.

Winston has been given over/under odds of 313.5 passing yards in tonight’s contest. Winston claimed the 2013 Heisman Trophy by throwing for 3,820 yards and 38 touchdowns. That averages out to 293.8 yards per game, but a lot of the average needs to factor in FSU’s lack of need to throw the ball late in games because they were usually ahead by so much. Winston threw for at least 314 yards in seven games this season, including his last two. In all of the games that were somewhat hyped or dubbed “big games”, Winston came through. He posted 356 yards in the opener against Pitt, 330 yards in FSU’s closest game, a 48-34 win over Boston College. He also threw for 393 yards against Maryland, 444 yards against Clemson and 325 yards against Miami. Add in 327 yards against Florida and 330 yards against Duke in the ACC Championship Game. What could help Winston is that Auburn comes into this game with the worst passing defense in the SEC, worse than Florida, which gave up 330 yards. The Tigers will certainly have a challenge in stopping Winston.

When it comes to Mason, he has been given over/under odds of 120.5 rushing yards for this game. Mason rushed for 1,621 yards on 283 carries this season, which was an average of 124.7 yards per game. Mason started the season somewhat slow, but eventually finished the year very strong, rushing for over 100 yards in eight of his last 10 games. Mason rushed for at least 121 yards in five games, including going for 304 yards against Missouri in the SEC Championship. Like Winston, Mason had his best showings in the biggest games. Along with his 304 yards in the SEC title game, Mason had 164 yards against Alabama, 132 yards against LSU and 178 yards against Texas A&M. Mason should get a steady diet of carries as well. He has had at least 20 carries five straight games in and the eight of his last 10 that he has rushed for big yards. Defensively, Florida State was strong against the run, and really strong against everything. The Seminoles allowed just 116.5 rushing yards per game this season. One team FSU did struggle against was Boston College. The Eagles rushed for 200 yards as a team and Andre Williams posted 149 yards as he went on his way to lead the country in rushing.

For a look at all the Player Prop Odds available for tonight’s BCS Championship Game, see below

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2014 BCS Championship Game – Player Prop Odds

Players to score the first touchdown

Tre Mason (Auburn) +450

Kelvin Benjamin (Florida St) +600

Devonta Freeman (Florida St) +600

Rashad Greene (Florida St) +700

Nick Marshall (Auburn) +700

Karlos Williams (Florida St) +800

Kenny Shaw (Florida St) +1000

Jameis Winston (Florida St) +1000

Sammie Coates (Auburn) +1000

Cameron Artis-Payne (Auburn) +1500

Ricardo Louis (Auburn) +1500

Quan Bray (Auburn) +1500

No TD Scored in the Game +50000

Field (Any Other Player) +600

Individual player prop odds

Total passing yards for Nick Marshall (Auburn): Over/Under 162.5

Total completions for Marshall: Over/Under 12.5

Longest completion for Marshall: Over/Under 38.5 yards

Total touchdown passes+interceptions for Marshall: Over/Under 2

Total rushing yards for Marshall: Over/Under 75.5

Will Marshall score a rushing TD: Yes (+125) No (-165)

Total rushing yards for Tre Mason (Auburn): Over/Under 120.5

Will Mason score a TD in the first half: Yes (-105) No (-135)

Longest rush for Mason: Over/Under 23.5 yards

Total receptions for Mason: Over/Under 0.5

Total receiving yards for Sammie Coats (Auburn): Over/Under 66.5

Total receptions for Coates: Over/Under 3.5

Total receptions for Ricardo Louis (Auburn): Over/Under 2.5

Total passing yards for Jameis Winston (Florida State): Over/Under 313.5

Total completions for Winston: Over/Under 21

Longest completion for Winston: Over/Under 48.5 yards

Total touchdown passes for Winston: Over/Under 3

Total rushing yards for Winston: Over/Under 21.5

Will Winston score a rushing TD: Yes (+220) No (-320)

Total rushing yards for Devonta Freeman (Florida State) Over/Under 88.5

Will Free man score a touchdown: Yes (-135) No (-105)

Total rushing yards for Karlos Williams (Florida State): Over/Under 45.5

Will Williams score a touchdown: Yes (+120) No (-160)

Total receiving yards for Rashad Greene (Florida State): Over/Under 72.5

Total receptions for Greene: Over/Under 5.5

Will Greene score a touchdown: Yes (-110) No (-130)

Total receiving yards for Kelvin Benjamin (Florida State): Over/Under 75.5

Total receptions for Benjamin: Over/Under 4.5

Will Benjamin score: Yes (-175) No (+130)

Total receiving yards for Kenny Shaw (Florida State): Over/Under 70.5

Total receptions for Shaw: Over/Under 4.5

Total receptions for Nick O’Leary (Florida State): Over/Under 3.5

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