Kansas vs. UNLV Prop Bets - Guaranteed Rate Bowl

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/26/2023

The current -10.5 spread on Kansas may seem like a lot but we here at Gambling911.com actually get a number of 14.99.  Underlays above the 10/10.5 mark tend to perform well Against The Spread for the favorite.

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Kansas is appearing in two consecutive bowl games for the first time since 2007-2008 while UNLV is coming off one of their best seasons in school history.

The Rebels had the Mountain West Conference’s top offense, averaging 34.3 points per game while their defense has been porous at times, allowing 402 yards per game.

And even though Kansas offensive coordinator Andy Kotelnicki left for Penn State, the Jayhawks offense should still be capable of giving the Rebels fits.

The Jayhawks averaged 434 yards and 33.6 points per game, and running back Devin Neal was eighth nationally with 211.3 rushing yards per game. Neal was the favorite to score the first touchdown promising a payout of $450 on a $100 bet.

Kansas QB Jason Bean threw for 1,681 yards and 12 TDs with four interceptions in nine starts. He’s also a threat to run, adding 259 yards and three TDs rushing.  His passing yards total was set at 223.5 for this game.

Jayden Maiava's passing yards total was posted at 224.5.

UNLV was second nationally in rushing TDs with 37, behind only Liberty’s 39.

Game Prop Bets

3 Straight Scores by Either Team

yes

-358

no

+245

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

Under(5)

-114

Over(5)

-117

Team to Score First

UNLV

+139

KAN

-186

Any Team to Score 40+ Points

yes

-162

no

+121

First score of Game is Touchdown

yes

-385

no

+241

Team to Score Last

UNLV

+133

KAN

-179

Defensive or special teams TD scored

yes

+208

no

-295

Will there be Overtime

yes

+900

no

-2500

Will there be a Scoreless Quarter

yes

+521

no

-1000

Head to Head

Most Receiving Yards: Jacob De Jesus (UNLV) vs Quentin Skinner (KAN)

-114

-132

Most Receiving Yards: Jacob De Jesus (UNLV) vs Luke Grimm (KAN)

-130

-115

Most Receiving Yards: Jacob De Jesus (UNLV) vs Lawrence Arnold (KAN)

+145

-223

Most Passing TDs: Jason Bean (KAN) vs Jayden Maiava (UNLV)

-186

+127

Most Passing Yards: Jason Bean (KAN) vs Jayden Maiava (UNLV)

-121

-124

Most Receiving Yards: Lawrence Arnold (KAN) vs Ricky White (UNLV)

+169

-271

Most Receiving Yards: Luke Grimm (KAN) vs Ricky White (UNLV)

+270

-501

Most Receiving Yards: Quentin Skinner (KAN) vs Ricky White (UNLV)

+242

-417

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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