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Stuart Durst is back with CFB player props for Week 6 college football games. Come find out his best CFB bets of the day, featuring Jordan Addison of the USC Trojans.

Best Week 6 College Football Player Props: Jordan Addison and More

This week gives us tons of great matchups in the world of college football. Check out my favorite CFB Player Props for this slate as we head into the thick of the college football season.

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Week 6 College Football Player Props

Jordan Addison TD -130 (Bet $130 to win $100)

I absolutely love betting on this player prop. Addison has scored 6 touchdowns in 5 games this season, not even really having to throw much in most of these second halves. While Coverage can be difficult for a guy with Addison's reputation, USC is constantly finding creative ways to get him the ball. Additionally, you really can't over-commit too much considering Travis Dye and Caleb Williams will surely make you pay given the opportunity. USC has a legendary combination of high-octane offense and little-to-know defense, and Washington State is a good enough team to keep this game competitive throughout. I'm used to having to lay -200 for this prop, I'll definitely take the value here. 

Max Duggan o299.5 Passing Yards -110 (Bet $110 to win $100)

While Duggan didn't end up winning the starting job out of camp, he has definitely proved that he is worthy of the starting job thus far. TCU vs Kansas is definitely one of my favorite matchups on this slate, and I think these teams are going to go blow-for-blow in a high-scoring affair. While I definitely believed that Oklahoma would bounce back and take care of TCU last week, they proved that they were here to stay. Duggan threw for 302 yards and 3 touchdowns in the 55-24 win, adding an additional 116 rush yards on the ground. 

Devon Achane u74.5 Rushing Yards -114 (Bet $114 to win $100)

While I just won a bet on his rushing + receiving yards last week, it's time to abandon ship in an incredibly difficult matchup. While Achane has some absolutely insane speed, this offense just got less impressive with Max Johnson going out with injury, meaning Haynes King is back under center. In his two games with King under center, Achane went 18-42 and 10-66. We saw this Alabama defense stop the nation's top runner Bijan Robinson earlier this season, and I expect a similar result today. Rahem Sanders was the only back to clear this number against Bama, but it took him 22 carries along with the threat of KJ Jefferson (one of the best rushing QB’s in the nation) to get there.

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Stuart Durst, also known as @MonotoneFootbal on Twitter, is a writer and sports bettor specializing in the NFL, NBA and CFB. When he’s not writing for OddsChecker, he enjoys playing basketball and talking player props with his community.


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