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Week 6 of the college football season has arrived, and that means it’s time to hammer some player props. The player prop market has been very lucrative for us at WSN. We’re 8-3 in the past three weeks and looking to stay hot!
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Jayden Daniels should be angry. The quarterback has been sensational this season, but LSU is disappointing. The Tigers are the 23rd-ranked team in the nation but were in the top ten to begin the season. However, this ranking has sailed, especially after their loss to Ole Miss last week.
Look for LSU to find a way to get back on track and take out their frustrations on Missouri. Last week, the Tigers lost to the Rebels in Oxford, but this was at no fault to the offense. LSU allowed 706 yards of offense, which included 317 yards on the ground. Ole Miss was also 9 of 16 on third down and two for three on third down.
The Tigers' offense turned the ball over once, but they did their part, scoring 49 points. They gave the defense a two-score lead in the game's final minutes, but the unit blew the opportunity to win on the road.
LSU’s offense has been really good this season behind Jayden Daniels. Daniels was 27 of 36 for 414 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. Brian Thomas Jr. and Malik Nabers continued to perform with a combined 226 yards and three touchdowns.
This wasn’t an outlier performance for the quarterback, as has posted Heisman numbers all year. The quarterback has thrown for 1,710 yards with 16 touchdowns and just two interceptions.
His passing total is listed at 297.5 yards, which may seem high, but anytime Daniels is set below 300 is a steal. The quarterback has exceeded this total in four of five contests in 2023. The one miss came against Grambling because he was pulled early in the team’s 72-10 win.
Missouri hasn’t played anyone this season, so they’re a fake top-25 team. Look for LSU to exploit them in all areas of the game. Missouri is significantly worse against the pass than the run.
They’re allowing 242.4 yards per game through the air and haven’t seen any passing attacks like LSU. Daniels will shine, which could become a beatdown early, especially if LSU comes to play after last week's loss.
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Alabama has a massive test this week, traveling to Texas A&M to face the Aggies. Texas A&M isn’t the best team in the SEC, but they have one of the most hostile environments in the conference. Additionally, Nick Saban’s team has a history of starting slow against the Aggies, so look for this to affect the game early.
It’s very tough to pick a side in this game, but there are some viable prop-betting options for the matchup. All eyes with be on Crimson Tide quarterback Jalen Milroe heading into this contest, and his passing yardage total is listed at 197.5.
This season, Milroe has been criticized a lot, especially after Alabama lost to Texas at home. Milroe wasn’t good, and it was clear he was outmatched. The quarterback may struggle on Saturday, but he should be able to surpass his low passing yardage total.
Milroe has surpassed his total in two of four starts this season. His misses came in Alabama’s two blowout wins against Middle Tennessee State and Mississippi State. We expect this game to come down to the wire, meaning Milroe will be forced to throw throughout the contest.
Tanner Kern has been working in the betting industry since 2020. He currently is a social media content creator at DraftKings and contributes to multiple sites in addition to WSN, including Forbes and VSiN. He is also the cohost of the podcast Ride the Line at WSN.More info on Tanner Kern
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