We’re already 2/3rd of the way through the NCAA football season, and today, Wednesday, November 8, we have some very intriguing matchups to keep an eye on. Below, we’ll go through the best player props to target across tonight’s three MAC games.
NCAA Football Player Prop #1: Dequan Finn Under 208.5 Passing Yards (-115 on BetMGM)
Toledo QB Dequan Finn will face the Eastern Michigan Eagles at home tonight. Quinn has been up and down this year, and when it comes to passing yards, he enters this game averaging 170 per contest. Toledo holds the best record in the MAC at 8-1, but mainly due to their running game and defense.
The fact that the Rockets have blown out a number of schools also explains why Finn hasn’t needed to throw the ball as often. Finn has stayed under 209 passing yards in each of his last four games and six of his past seven. EMU gives up the 20th-fewest passing yards in the nation, and they’re 18.5-point underdogs, so Toledo will likely run the ball a lot more frequently anyway. Expect Finn to stay under 209 yards through the air again.
NCAA Football Player Prop #2: Peny Boone Over 112.5 Rushing Yards (-115 on BetMGM)
Finn’s teammate, Peny Boone, has been amazing this year for the Rockets. He’s totaled 951 yards, and he averages 118.9 yards on the ground per game. EMU allows the ninth-most yards versus the run, and Boone is coming off of a 125-yard rushing game where he only needed 12 attempts to have a monster game. Now, in six of his previous seven contests, he’s reached 113 rushing yards. Look for him to run all over the Eagles in this one.
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NCAA Football Player Prop #3: Samson Evans Over 42.5 Rushing Yards (-115 on DraftKings)
Eastern Michigan running back Samson Evans only managed 26 rushing yards last time out, but he’s poised for a big game. Before his last disappointing performance, he had tallied 68 yards, 47, and 42. Toledo has a mediocre run defense, so look for EMU to lean on Evans in what will be a tough game either way for the visitors. Still, Evans should be a focal point of the Eagles’ offense, enough to hit the over here.
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Lucas Abrenica has worked as a sports betting writer for over three years, with the aim of helping both experienced and casual sports bettors in their decision-making. He uses his own personal background as a bettor to help guide the information and advice in his articles.