Arizona vs. Oklahoma Alamo Bowl Prop Bets

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Ean Lamb
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While the line hasn't moved much, sitting mostly between Arizona -2.5 and -3, the Alamo Bowl will be played with a number of players from both the Wildcats and Sooners absent.


Assuming both teams remained intact, we get a number of Sooners 3.2.

True freshman Jackson Arnold will be taking over as Oklahoma's starting quarterback as Dillon Gabriel, the first-team Associated Press All-Big 12 quarterback, has transferred to Oregon.  There is certainly plenty of hype surrounding Arnold.

In 2022, Arnold was the Gatorade National Player of the Year and MVP of the Elite 11 quarterback competition. He enrolled at Oklahoma in January.

“Having the coaches’ trust is a huge thing for me, and knowing that the coaches are trusting of me to go out and perform my best and they’re not changing the game plan whatsoever — we’re running the same stuff,” Arnold said. “We would’ve run the same stuff if Dillon was here, too, so just that trust they have in me is really special to me.”

Arnold's passing yards total was set at 242.5.

Oklahoma linebacker Danny Stutsman has returned after speculation that he would leave for the NFL. Stutsman was a third-team AP All-American this season. He ranked second in the Big 12 in tackles with 9.0 per game and had 16.0 tackles for loss this season.

The Sooners defense has struggled down the stretch, allowing over 29 points per game over their past eight.

“There’s nobody in college football right now that’s playing better football the last half of the season than the University of Arizona,” Oklahoma coach Brent Venables said.

Arizona linebacker Jacob Manu was a second-team All-Pac 12 selection after leading the conference with 108 tackles. The 5-foot-11, 225-pound sophomore also had 8.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.

Arizona QB Noah Fifita's Over/Under passing yards total was posted at 290.5.

Team Prop Bets

 3 Straight Scores by Either Team





Time of First Score O/U 5 (mins elapsed)





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Any Team to Score 40+ Points





First score of Game is Touchdown





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Defensive or special teams TD scored





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- Ean Lamb,

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