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The stage is set for the Michigan Wolverines and Washington Huskies to go to battle on Monday night. Can several top stars find the end zone, including Donovan Edwards, Blake Corum, and Ja'Lynn Polk? Joey Ruiz provides his CFP National Championship same game parlay for Washington vs. Michigan.

CFP National Championship Same Game Parlay: Can Ja'Lynn Polk, Donovan Edwards Find the End Zone in Title Game?

The CFP National Championship is set to air on Monday night, so let's cook up a same game parlay to target the biggest stars on each team.

Washington vs. Michigan Date, Start Time, and Where to Watch

  • Date: January 8, 2024
  • Game Time: 7:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: ESPN

Washington vs. Michigan Same Game Parlay

FIRST LEG: Blake Corum Anytime TD

There is a lot of juice with this leg but rightfully so. Corum has scored 26 total touchdowns this season and is the focal point of this methodical Michigan offense that wants to establish their dominance on the ground. Michigan is not a flashy or big play offense. they sustain drives and frequently get into the red zone where Corum should get ample carries and opportunities to score if they find themselves inside the 10 yard line

SECOND LEG: Colston Loveland o33.5 Receiving Yards

Loveland is one of the top tight ends in the country and will likely be a top draft pick in the coming years. He was a huge part of this Michigan offense that loves to feature its tight ends and he is coming off a down game against Alabama where he was only able to notch 2 catches for 13 total yards. I foresee Loveland playing a much larger role in the offense tonight much like his game against Ohio State where he had 5 catches for 88 yards.

THIRD LEG: Ja'Lynn Polk Anytime TD

Polk is a very talented receiver who is frequently overlooked in this Washington offense as Rome Odunze and Jalen McMillan are the 2 prototypical 'stars' that are often talked about. I have to believe that Michigan will gameplan around Odunze and force either Polk or McMillan to beat them. For whatever reason, Polk has been more of a red zone target for Penix this season as he has scored more than twice as many touchdowns as McMillan, and I like the value on Polk to score tonight.

FOURTH LEG: Donovan Edwards Anytime TD

Edwards is probably the best RB2 in the country, but has had a down season this year by his standards. Last year he totaled over 1000+ yards from scrimmage, but had a much smaller role this season and honestly was just not as productive as he was last year, but he could be the X-factor in this game. Edwards is electric in the open field, and is a good change of pace back to the bruiser that Corum is. Edwards is also much more involved in the passing game than Corum, which gives Edwards an added dynamic to find the end zone as well.

CFP National Championship Same Game Parlay (+2015) (Bet $100 to Collect $2115)

  • 1. Blake Corum Anytime TD
  • 2. Colston Loveland o33.5 Receiving yards
  • 3. Ja'Lynn Polk Anytime TD
  • 4. Donovan Edwards Anytime TD

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Joey has spent the last 6+ years betting on sports with a focus on basketball and baseball. Basketball is his main focus, and not many people know more about mid-major basketball than him. Whether you need advice on a Saturday night primetime game or a Tuesday night back-alley SWAC/MEAC game, Joey is your man.


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