2013 Sugar Bowl Player Props

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NEW ORLEANS, LA (The Spread) – Florida and Louisville each have some big playmakers on their teams. Which ones will have the biggest impact on Wednesday in the 2013 Sugar Bowl?

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Florida comes into this game as a 14-point favorite against Louisville, while the over/under total has been set at 45.5 points. According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Florida running back Mike Gillislee has been given over/under odds of 122.5 rushing yards for the Sugar Bowl, while Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has been given over/under odds of 260.5 passing yards for this game.

Gillislee is leading Florida in rushing with 1,104 yards and 10 touchdowns this season. He ended the season on a high note, rushing for 262 yards and three touchdowns over the final two games of the season. However, Gillislee has only rushed for over 122 yards three times this season. That was against Bowling Green, LSU and Florida State. He had at least 24 carries in each of those games, which were his three-highest carry totals for the season. The Louisville defense struggled against the run this season, allowing an average of 151.1 yards per game, which ranked seventh in the Big East and 52nd in the nation.

Bridgewater has thrown for 3,452 yards and 25 touchdowns this season. He has thrown for at least 261 yards in his last five games of the season and has done so in eight of his 12 games for the regular season. In three of the games that Bridgewater didn’t eclipse 261 yards, he failed to complete at least 20 passes. Florida has one of the top passing defenses in the country, as the Gators have allowed an average of 186 yards per game through the air. That total ranks third in the SEC and 12th in the nation.

Bet on Sugar Bowl Player Prop Odds

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

Game Odds

Louisville +14 Over 45.5

Florida -14 Under 45.5

Player to score First TD

Mike Gillislee (Florida) +400

Jordan Reed (Florida) +600

Quinton Dunbar (Florida) +700

Jeremy Wright (Louisville) +800

Frankie Hammond (Florida) +800

DeVante Parker (Louisville) +1000

Matt Jones (Florida) +1000

Andrell Smith (Louisville) +1200

Damian Copeland (Louisville) +1200

Jeff Driskel (Florida) +1200

Senorise Perry (Louisville) +1200

Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville) +2000

No TD Scored in the Game +10000

Field (Any Other Player) +500

Player Prop Odds

Total completions for Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville): Over/Under 24.5

Total passing yards for Bridgewater: Over/Under 260.5

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

Total rushing yards for Jeremy Wright (Louisville): Over/Under 48.5

Total receiving yards for DeVante Parker (Louisville): Over/Under 55.5

Will Parker score a touchdown: Yes (+160) No (-200)

Total receptions for Damian Copeland (Louisville): Over/Under 4.5

Total completions for Jeff Driskel (Florida): Over/Under 15.5

Total touchdown passes + interceptions for Driskel: Over/Under 1.5

Total rushing yards for Mike Gillislee (Florida): Over/Under 122.5

Will Gillislee score a touchdown: Yes (-350) No (+270)

Total receptions for Jordan Reed: Over/Under 3.5

Total receiving yards for Reed: Over/Under 56.5

Total receptions for Quinton Dunbar (Florida): Over/Under 3

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