Best Colorado Prop Bets vs. Arizona State in College Football Week 6

    Which prop bets are your favorite for the Colorado Buffaloes against the Arizona State Sun Devils? Watch out for Shedeur Sanders' passing total.

    After a tough two-game stretch against USC and Oregon, the Colorado Buffaloes have an easier matchup against the Arizona State Sun Devils.

    With their success comes action on the betting markets. Fans and analysts alike are getting in on the action. Here are the best plays for the Buffaloes.

    Colorado Prop Bets vs. Arizona State

    All odds for the Colorado prop bets below were correct as of Friday, Oct. 6, 2023. For more of the latest college football betting odds, spreads, futures lines, and totals, be sure to head over to the College Football Network CFB Live Betting Odds page. Always remember to gamble responsibly. 

    Find your favorite betting odds below and place your bets by simply clicking your favorite sportsbook, updated in real-time below.

    Michael Harrison First Touchdown Scorer (+1300)

    Colorado’s passing game has been the catalyst to its success this season. Shedeur Sanders has been one of the best stories in all of college football and he isn’t afraid to spread the ball around to his receivers.

    Over the last three games, Harrison has four touchdowns which is tied for the team lead. He has become both a favorite and reliable target in the red zone for Sanders and is someone that they can unleash against the Sun Devils.

    Shedeur Sanders Passing Yards: Over 360.5 (-115)

    This number is astronomically high, especially when you consider his initial props in week one were in the low 200s. Over the last five weeks, Sanders has had four games above 300 yards with three of those coming in above 360 yards.

    The Sun Devils only allow 212 passing yards per game, but they allowed 322 to Caleb Williams, the only quarterback that comes close to the caliber that Sanders is. With the lack of an efficient running game for the Buffaloes, expect Sanders’ passing yards to be sky-high.

    Xavier Weaver Receiving Yards: 100+ Alternate Line (+150)

    Weaver was significant for the Buffaloes’ offense over the first three games. Each of those saw him have at least 98 receiving yards. Over the last two, the catches have been there with 16 total, but only 104 yards combined to show for it.

    The number of targets that Weaver is garnering each week (56 total, 11.2 per week) shows that he is bound to get the production necessary to hit this mark. Sanders is going to light up Arizona State and Weaver is the likely recipient.

    Colorado First Half: Under 14.5 Points (-115)

    Colorado is a scoring juggernaut, but they haven’t gotten off to the strongest starts. They have done most of their damage in the second half after making adjustments at the half.

    After scoring 17 points in their first game against TCU, the Buffaloes have failed to score more than 14 in each of their last four games. Against the Sun Devils, it’s likely to be the same story.

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