4 PrizePicks College Football Props for Friday, September 1
Written by Mike Noblin
September 1, 2023

4 PrizePicks College Football Props for Friday, September 1

Man, ain't it great to have college football back in our lives again? My wife dreads this time of the year, and I'm sure many of our faithful readers' wives feels the same way. The best way to cheer her up is to win some bets and take her to a nice dinner!

Ready to kick off your holiday weekend in style? Check out our 4 PrizePicks College Football Props for Friday, September 1. Let's cash this Flex Play!

Jawhar Jordan OVER 63.5 Rushing Yards

Boy Howdy! Does this line ever look too low? Jordan is a stud for the Cardinals coming out of the backfield. He may be a little bit on the small side, but he runs angry.

Last season for Louisville, Jordan averaged 5.7 yards per carry. The matchup for Jordan should be pretty favorable, as Georgia Tech gave up 4.7 yards per rush last season which put them 99th in the country.

Now, don't get me wrong, the Jackets will be better on that side of the ball. However, I still see a pretty large night in store for Mr. Jordan, so let's play the over.

Jamari Thrash UNDER 86.5 Receiving Yards

Thrash was a nice grab for the Cardinals in the transfer portal. He hauled in 61 receptions last year for 1,122 yards at Georgia State. While I expect Thrash to have a nice season, I think this line is 10 to 15 yards too high.

As bad as Georgia Tech's rush defense was last year, their past defense wasn't all that bad. Their secondary only allowed 6.9 yards per pass and they ranked 31st in the country in passing yards per game allowed.

Everyone is excited about Jeff Brom's offense at Louisville. I understand the hype, but it's going to take a while for him to get things rolling. Let's play the Under!

Tylan Hines OVER 48.5 Rushing Yards

I think this line is an overreaction to Hines's poor performance against Vanderbilt last week. That opens up some value on the over with a pretty dangerous running back. In 2022, Heinz's median rushing yards was 65.5.

Boy, the cupboard sure does look bare at Stanford. They allowed 6.3 yards per rush last season, which was dead last in the country. The Cardinal also allowed 231.3 rushing yards per game in 2022. Holy Cow!

As bad as Stanford's rush defense is, Hines could go over this total with 1 big run. Let's roll the dice with the Over.

Steven McBride OVER 58.5 Receiving Yards

We all know that Timmy Chang loves to chuck the ball around more than any other coach in the country. The Rainbow Warriors racked up 351 passing yards in week 0 against Vanderbilt.

McBride was part of that outburst, as he hauled in seven passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. If he can put up those kinds of numbers against an SEC school, he shouldn't have any trouble tonight against Stanford.

Yes, I know, there is a lot of wind in the forecast on the island tonight. However, you have to remember that Hawaii practices in this kind of stuff all the time. A subpar weather forecast isn't going to scare me out of taking this over.

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