Must Bet College Football Games Week 6

Must Bet College Football Games Week 6

North Carolina almost broke college football when the Tar Heels almost upset the top-ranked Clemson Tigers this past Saturday. But sadly it wasn’t meant to be. The other games were mostly as advertised and drama free. That’s good news for college football bettors. Now let’s look at the top must bet games for College Football Week 6 action.

Must Bet College Football Games Week 6

Oklahoma (4-0) at Kansas (2-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 12:00 PM ET
TV: ABC
Week 6 Spread: Oklahoma -35½

Jalen Hurts had another monster performance as Oklahoma throttled Texas Tech 55-16 on Saturday. With Kansas on the wrong end of a 51-14 smackdown loss against TCU this past weekend, it’s no wonder almost 65 percent of college football bettors already like the Sooners to cover the chalk as five-touchdown, plus road favorites.

Iowa (4-0) at Michigan (3-1)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 12:00 PM ET
TV: N/A
Week 6 Spread: Michigan -5½

Iowa has not allowed more than 17 points this season, and despite a massive win over lowly Rutgers this past weekend, Shea Patterson and Michigan still look quite wobbly after their Week 3 blowout road loss at Wisconsin which came on the heels of a narrow overtime win against Army. That’s right…Army.

Auburn (5-0) at Florida (5-0)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 3:30 PM ET
TV: CBS
Week 6 Spread: Auburn -3

The Gators are unbeaten through five games, but three of their wins have come against overmatched Tennessee-Martin and Towson and a completely inept Tennessee squad. Seventh-ranked Auburn has been far more impressive in recording a trio of impressive wins over Oregon, Texas A&M and most recently, Mississippi State, which is why they’re favored despite being on the road in this SEC clash.

Texas (3-1) at West Virginia (3-1)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 3:30 PM ET
TV: ABC
Week 6 Spread: Texas -10½

Texas barely got by Oklahoma State this past weekend while giving up 30 points to the Cowboys, but West Virginia will be hard-pressed to remain unbeaten seeing as how the Mountaineers got spanked by mediocre Missouri and barely got past lowly Kansas 29-24 on Saturday.

Georgia (4-0) at Tennessee (1-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 7:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Week 6 Spread: Georgia -25

Jake Fromm and the third-ranked Bulldogs will be well-rested following their solid home win over Notre Dame two weeks ago, not that it will matter much against a Tennessee squad that has suffered embarrassing losses to Georgia State, BYU and Florida. If the Dawgs don’t have the game well in hand by halftime, I’ll be completely and utterly shocked.

Michigan State (4-1) at Ohio State (5-0)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 7:30 PM ET
TV: ABC
Week 6 Spread: Ohio State -20½

Michigan State might be sporting an impressive 4-1 mark heading into this Big Ten battle, but the Spartans have beaten the likes of Tulsa, Western Michigan and Indiana and they didn’t look anemic in getting past the Hoosiers this past weekend. On the flip side of the coin, Ohio State is playing fantastic under head coach Ryan Day, and new starting quarterback Justin Fields is right in the Heisman mix thanks to his string of absolutely eye-opening performances so far.

Tulsa (2-2) at SMU (5-0)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 7:30 PM ET
TV: ESPNU
Week 6 Spread: SMU -12½

Tulsa’s two wins this season have come against San Jose State and Wyoming, and that’s just not very encouraging, especially seeing as how SMU has scored 41 or more in four straight while looking mostly phenomenal in their last two wins over TCU and South Florida.

California (4-1) at Oregon (3-1)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 8:00 PM ET
TV: FOX
Week 6 Spread: NL

Cal suffered a crushing home loss against Arizona State this past weekend, but the Bears have a real quality win over Washington, and they’ve held the opposition to 20 points or less in four games. Despite their solid 3-1 mark right now, I’m not impressed with Oregon, seeing as how the Ducks’ threw wins this season have come against Nevada, Montana and a Stanford team that has looked abysmal in 2019.

Washington (4-1) at Stanford (2-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 10:30 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Week 6 Spread: Washington -14

Washington has gotten its act together nicely the last three weeks after their upset home loss against Cal. The Huskies have taken out Hawaii, BYU, and USC in convincing style and they look like they could rout a Stanford team that suffered three straight losses against USC, Central Florida and Oregon before narrowly getting past inept Oregon State by a field goal on Saturday.

Boise State (4-0) at UNLV (1-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 10:30 PM ET
TV: CBSSN
Week 6 Spread: NL

Boise State hasn’t really faced anyone of consequence this season, including their season-opening win against Florida State, but the Broncos don’t look like they’ll have any trouble beating the pants off a UNLV squad that has lost three straight while getting held to 17 points or less, including their pitiful 53-17 blowout loss against Wyoming this past weekend.

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