College Football Single-Game Parlay: Using PointsBet’s Name a Bet Feature for Clemson vs. Georgia (Saturday, Sept. 4)

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  • The Georgia Bulldogs take on the Clemson Tigers in a top-five showdown on Saturday night.
  • With plenty of postseason implications on the line already, it's the perfect opportunity to fire up a single-game parlay via PointsBet's Name a Bet feature.
  • Check out Terrell Furman's parlay below, along with the final odds.

Can you remember the last time the college football season started off with such big postseason implications? No. 3 Clemson and No. 5 Georgia face off in the Duke’s Mayo Classic at Bank of America stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday night.

This game will have huge College Football Playoff implications as one team will have a major win in their resume. The other? It will have an uphill battle to win out the season and claim one of the coveted four Playoff spots.


Saturday, Sept. 4
7:30 p.m. ET
ABC

Not only will this showcase two top five teams, but it will also highlight two Heisman candidate quarterbacks looking to capitalize on their first full season as the starter.

The potential offensive explosion means it’s the perfect time for a single-game parlay, courtesy of PointsBet’s awesome “Name a Bet” feature, where any PointsBet user can request a bet directly from the trading team. Find it on the left rail when you sign up at PointsBet.

JT Daniels to Throw for 300+ Passing Yards

JT Daniels played in four games for Georgia in 2020.

In those four games, he amassed 300 passing yards twice and had 299 in another. He has proven to be able to make good decisions through the air –something that has plagued the Bulldogs for a few seasons now.

With targets like Kearis Jackson and Jermaine Burton on the outside, the former USC Trojan will be surrounded by weapons.

After Daniels averaged 307.8 passing yards in four games last season, he should get there again for us in prime time.

DJ Uiagalelei to Throw for 300+ Passing Yards

On the other side of the field, DJ Uiagalelei only saw the field out of necessity for the Clemson Tigers.

When Trevor Lawrence went down with COVID-19, Uiagalelei stepped into the role and played exceptionally well. In two games, he averaged 390.5 passing yards per game and topped 300 yards in both starts.

The Bulldogs had the best run defense in college football last year, so do not expect Clemson to find much success on the ground here.

The Tigers are liable to miss the Playoff with their subpar rest-of-season schedule if they lose this game. Uiagalelei is going to throw as much as possible to put his team in the best situation for a win.

7 or More Touchdowns Scored

As alluded to earlier, this game has huge College Football Playoff implications.

Both teams are stout defensively, but their offenses should be able to put up points throughout the course of the game. Uiagalelei threw four touchdowns in his two starts and ran in another two. Daniels threw for 10 touchdowns in his four games.

Both quarterbacks saw just enough action in a wild 2020 that they are familiar in their new roles. Dabo Swinney and Kirby Smart both know how important this game is, and they will dial up their best plays to put points on the board.

There will be fireworks.

Pick: JT Daniels 300+ Passing Yards + DJ Uiagalelei 300+ Passing Yards + 7 or More TDs Scored (+2000)

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