Oklahoma vs. Iowa State Player Props: Breece Hall & Spencer Rattler Battle in Big 12 Championship
John E. Moore III/Getty Images. Pictured: Spencer Rattler, Oklahoma Sooners
- What's a championship game without props?
- When Iowa State takes on Oklahoma on Saturday, there will be a number of star players hitting the field, including Breece Hall and Spencer Rattler.
- Tommy Stokke breaks down the prop value for Iowa State vs. Oklahoma.
Oklahoma and Iowa State will lean on their stars Saturday in the Big 12 Championship game, each hoping for similar performances from the first meeting in the regular season.
Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler threw for 300 yards and scored three touchdowns, while Cyclones running back Breece Hall was the star, rushing for 139 yards and two touchdowns.
In the end, it was a 37-30 win for Iowa State, but the Sooners are favored on Saturday.
Player props are available for the game, and it’s no surprise Rattler and Hall are focal points for bettors. The menu isn’t as thorough as some of the other Saturday games, but there’s enough there to get a wager down.
Big 12 Championship Passing Yards O/U
Iowa State’s Brock Purdy isn’t on the board, so it’s all about Rattler. The freshman is averaging 279 yards per game, reaching 300 yards four times. He hit that number in the first meeting, but he hasn’t thrown as many balls (36) or completed as many (25) in any game since then.
The Cyclones give up an average of 235 yards per game through the air.
Big 12 Championship Rushing Yards O/U
Hall has been a machine for the Cyclones, averaging 135 yards per game on the ground. However, he’s failed to reach 100 yards in each of his last two games with two of his worst three performances in terms of yards per carry.
Big 12 Championship First Touchdown Scorer
Mims and Stevenson are the only repeat first-touchdown scorers for Oklahoma. Rattler, McGowan, Pledger, Stogner and Rattler have also contributed.
Hall — who else? — has been the Cyclones’ first scorer five times, with Kene Nwangwu adding two.
Big 12 Championship Anytime TD Scorer
Hall (17 touchdowns) has scored in every game this season, including two against the Sooners earlier this season. Charlie Kolar (+210) is next on the team, with five.
Five players have at least 26 carries for the Sooners, and seven have scored on the ground. Ten players have receiving touchdowns, so there could be value further down the board if Oklahoma spreads the ball around.