Troy vs. Duke Birmingham Bowl Prop Bets

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Dec/22/2023

Saturday's Birmingham Bowl game between Troy and Duke features a line of Trojans -7.  This one has teased as high as the number 9.

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The Birmingham Bowl features a payout of $1,374,545 and features these conference tie-ins: The American, SEC Alternates: C-USA, MAC.

Troy comes into this game with an impressive 11-2 record Straight Up and 8-5 Against The Spread.  They've been victorious in their last ten games.  Duke went 7-5 SU with a 6-6 record Against The Spread.

We actually have Duke favored at a half a point, indicating not just that the wrong team is favored but that there exists an overlay of more than 8 points.  It's unusual to have the wrong team favored in the 7-point range and our own model barely includes any sampling. Overlays in the 7/7.5/8 range do not feature any type of edge.

BetUS host Gary Segars, and expert handicappers Kyle Hunter and Parker Fleming preview the College Football Birmingham Bowl between Troy and Duke. They'll go over the best value College Football odds available and betting trends and share their College Football expert predictions, picks and best bets.

60% of the action is on Troy yet the books are encouraging betting on the Trojans as this number was mostly sitting at -7 overnight, down from -8.

Birmingham Bowl Prop Bets

Both team will be without their head coach but Duke will also be minus its top stars, among the Riley Leonard and lead rusher Jordan Waters.

Blue Devils quarterback Grayson Loftis passing yards total was coming in at 207.5.  Troy's Gunnar Watson had a passing yards total set at 225.5.

Game Props

3 Straight Scores by Either Team

yes

-233

no

+169

Time of First Score O/U 7 (mins elapsed)

Under(7)

-154

Over(7)

+116

Team to Score First

DUK

+122

TRY

-162

Any Team to Score 40+ Points

yes

+517

no

-1000

First score of Game is Touchdown

yes

-239

no

+161

Team to Score Last

DUK

+107

TRY

-145

Defensive or special teams TD scored

yes

+238

no

-345

Will there be Overtime

yes

+900

no

-2500

Will there be a Scoreless Quarter

yes

+151

no

-205

Head to Head Prop Bets

Most Receiving Yards: Chris Lewis (TRY) vs Jordan Moore (DUK)

+199

-323

Most Receiving Yards: Chris Lewis (TRY) vs Jalon Calhoun (DUK)

-106

-141

Most Receiving Yards: Deshon Stoudemire (TRY) vs Jalon Calhoun (DUK)

+145

-228

Most Receiving Yards: Deshon Stoudemire (TRY) vs Jordan Moore (DUK)

+295

-556

Most Receiving Yards: Devonte Ross (TRY) vs Jordan Moore (DUK)

+400

-910

Most Receiving Yards: Devonte Ross (TRY) vs Jalon Calhoun (DUK)

+177

-286

Most Passing TDs: Grayson Loftis (DUK) vs Gunnar Watson (TRY)

+127

-186

Most Passing Yards: Grayson Loftis (DUK) vs Gunnar Watson (TRY)

+108

-164

Most Receiving Yards: Jabre Barber (TRY) vs Jordan Moore (DUK)

+116

-176

Most Receiving Yards: Jabre Barber (TRY) vs Jalon Calhoun (DUK)

-170

+112

Most Rushing Yards: Jaquez Moore (DUK) vs Kimani Vidal (TRY)

+275

-501

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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