Sugar Bowl Passing Props for Quinn Ewers, Michael Penix Jr.

  • Washington and Texas residents can bet on the Sugar Bowl at Bovada.
  • Texas Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers has -115 odds to go over/under 288.5 passing yards.
  • Opposing quarterback Michael Penix Jr. projects to throw for 313.5 passing yards on Monday night.

NEW ORLEANS – Players from Texas and Washington can bet on their teams in the College Football Playoff semifinals at Bovada. The Sugar Bowl features a battle of elite quarterbacks between Quinn Ewers and Michael Penix Jr.

Quarterback props at Bovada list projections for both quarterbacks passing yards, passing touchdowns, and interceptions with betting odds. Quinn Ewers has -115 odds to throw over 288.5 passing yards in the Sugar Bowl.

Quinn Ewers Passing Yards Prop

  • Over 288.5 Passing Yards -115
  • Under 288.5 Passing Yards -115

Ewers had 452 passing yards in the Big 12 Championship Game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The -115 odds at Texas online sportsbooks for the over are a solid bet since Ewers had at least 325 passing yards against all four ranked opponents this season.

Bet The Under For Michael Penix Jr. Passing Projections

Michael Penix Jr. expects to put on a show with a passing yards projection of 313.5 yards. Penix Jr. has -115 odds at Washington online sportsbooks to go over or under his Sugar Bowl projection.

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Michael Penix Jr. Passing Yards Prop

  • Over 313.5 Passing Yards -115
  • Under 313.5 Passing Yards -115

The Huskies quarterback had under 313.5 passing yards in five of his last eight games. When also considering Texas allowed 321.7 total yards per game this season, the best bet at USA online sportsbooks is Penix Jr.’s under.

There’s also some value on the under for Penix Jr.’s passing touchdowns projection. Penix Jr. has -185 odds at college football sportsbooks to throw under 2.5 passing touchdowns in the College Football Playoff semifinals.

Michael Penix Jr. Passing Touchdowns Prop

  • Over 2.5 Passing Touchdowns +140
  • Under 2.5 Passing Touchdowns -185

Penix Jr. went under this projection in five straight games as the Huskies rushing offense began to dominate. Washington averaged 162 rushing yards and 2.2 rushing touchdowns per game against their last five opponents.