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15 prop bets we wish existed for the 2017 CFP championship game

The College Football Playoff championship game kicks off Monday night and money is being laid down on this game between Clemson and Alabama.

Online sportsbooks are showing money moving toward a Clemson upset, and many have yet to post prop bets on the crowning game of the college football season.

This, obviously, is a shame, because prop bets are by far the most entertaining and interesting gambles in the sports gambling sphere. But fear not, because I’ve taken the liberty of filling this void with prop bets that should be in place for the Crimson Tide’s attempt to steamroll the Clemson Tigers on the way to another title.

These are 15 prop bets we wish existed, but sadly, do not. I’ve also provided the lines and set some early odds for the occurrences. A guy can dream for a Tebow prop bet, can’t he?

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