- Daijun Edwards has -115 odds to go over 45.5 rushing yards.
- Kenny McIntosh has -115 odds to go over 60.5 rushing yards.
- Edwards has gone over 45.5 in his four most recent games, McIntosh over 60.5 in three of his four most recent games.
LOS ANGELES - The competition between Kenny McIntosh and Daijun Edwards in the Georgia Bulldogs backfield is heavily slanted in McIntosh’s favor.
The online sportsbooks have McIntosh with an O/U 15 yards higher than Edwards’ – but only the game will tell which performs better against the TCU Horned Frogs.
Total Rushing Yards - Daijun Edwards
- Over 45.5 -115
- Under 45.5 -115
Edwards, a Junior RB for UGA, has only really started seeing playing time this year – his first year over 500 rushing yards.
He’s averaging 52 rush yards per game this season, which is more than his projected O/U against TCU in the National Championship.
In his four most recent games, he has gone over 45.5 rushing yards. In fact, he’s only gone under 45.5 rushing yards in four of his fourteen games this season.
TCU is allowing 156.8 rushing yards per game, which is 70th in college football, and not an inspiring number.
Total Rushing Yards - Kenny McIntosh
- Over 60.5 -115
- Under 60.5 -115
Kenny McIntosh, a Senior RB from UGA, is expected to outperform Edwards in the National Championship Game.
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This comes despite McIntosh only having 38 more yards on the season than Edwards – although he has been an absolute monster in recent games.
McIntosh has gone over 60.5 yards in three of his last four games, after having only gone over that number in two of his first ten games of the season.
The O/Us suggest that the CFB betting markets believe that McIntosh’s run of good form will take him over Edwards’ consistency.
The College Football Playoff National Championship will be played on Jan. 9, 2022. Kickoff will happen at 7:30 p.m. EST.
Who will have more rush yards? Edwards/McIntosh
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