- Max Duggan has -115 odds to go both over and under 230.5 passing yards.
- Stetson Bennett has -115 odds to go both over and under 272.5 passing yards.
- Both QBs have odds on O/U 1.5 touchdowns, but Bennett is favored to go over, while Duggan is favored under.
LOS ANGELES - The College Football Playoff National Championship Game pits the University of Georgia Bulldogs vs. the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs.
All eyes will be on the quarterback battle between Stetson Bennett of Georgia and Max Duggan of TCU.
Total Passing Yards - Max Duggan
- Over 230.5 -115
- Under 230.5 -115
On average, Georgia allows 233 passing yards per game this season, although that number got bumped up significantly by C.J. Stroud’s 348-yard performance against them.
Total Passing Yards - Stetson Bennett
- Over 272.5 -115
- Under 272.5 -115
Stetson Bennett had an excellent performance in Georgia’s semifinal game against Ohio State, putting up 398 yards in the air.
This total was his highest of the season – he’s averaging 273 pass yards per game – almost exactly what this line is set at by the college football betting sites.
TCU allows 246 passing yards per game, so if they can hold Bennett to a below-average performance, it could be a solid under play.
Total Passing Touchdowns - Max Duggan
- Over 1.5 +110
- Under 1.5 -145
Duggan is favored to go under 1.5 touchdowns against a highly-regarded Georgia defense, although that defense has now given up 30 or more points in consecutive games.
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Duggan has only played three games this season with less than 1.5 touchdowns in the air, although all three were in his last five starts.
Total Passing Touchdowns - Stetson Bennett
- Over 1.5 -170
- Under 1.5 +130
Bennett, on the other hand, is favored to go over the 1.5 touchdown mark – fairly significantly so, to the point that this line could move to 2.5 at some point in the future.
Bennett has had plenty of games with less than 1.5 touchdowns this season – five, to be exact.
However, his recent form has been good. He threw for three touchdowns against Ohio State in the semifinal, four against LSU in the SEC Championship Game, and three against Georgia Tech in rivalry week.
The College Football Playoff National Championship will take place on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023, with kickoff scheduled for 7:30 p.m. EST.
Who Throws More TDs? Duggan/Bennett
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