Week 6 College Football odds and lines are officially posted. Find the most updated College Football odds for Week 7 as well as predictions for marquee matchups such as Tennessee Vs. Texas A&M, USC Notre Dame, and Auburn LSU below.
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Early College Football Week 7 Bets To Place
Week 7 on the college football schedule is highlighted by two blockbuster matchups: Oregon faces Washington in a huge Pac-12 battle, while Notre Dame fights to keep its playoff hopes alive against USC. Those aren’t the only games worth betting on the early end, though.
Let’s take a look at the early odds for Week 6=7 and which bets are worth locking in right now.
Tennessee (-4) vs. Texas A&M
Tennessee’s loss to Florida is still lingering in the minds of oddsmakers, but the Vols came through with an impressive 41-point performance against a strong South Carolina defense last week. They should have a huge offensive advantage against the Aggies, whose performance vs. Alabama will dictate where this line settles.
There are too many questions about Texas A&M’s offense to bank on Jimbo Fisher and co. living up to expectations against the Tide (Aggies are only 1-point underdogs). With QB Conner Wiegman out for the season, the possibility of Texas A&M getting nowhere against a stout Alabama defense risks moving this line toward a touchdown in favor of Tennessee. Vols +4 in Knoxville is a bet to make today.
Miami (+1.5)/Moneyline vs. North Carolina
This could be a great matchup in Week 7, and it’s possible the line could be about even by the time kickoff approaches. Miami’s offense is slowly gaining believers as Tyler Van Dyke continues to look terrific, and one more strong showing against Georgia Tech could be enough to make Miami an even more attractive pick here.
North Carolina shouldn’t struggle too much with Syracuse this week, but there are legitimate questions about the Tar Heels. The defense has had some tough moments against inferior offenses, and Drake Maye isn’t producing the results many expected. Van Dyke might actually come into this game hotter than Maye, and Miami could be in for a big day in Chapel Hill.
LSU (-13.5) vs. Auburn
I’m taking LSU here just because this line is on the verge of jumping beyond two touchdowns. LSU’s defense is a bit of a mess. Will that matter at home against such a sluggish Auburn team? Auburn has scored 10, 14, and 20 points against its FBS opponents this season, and while the Tigers did play Georgia closely, it wasn’t the offense that impressed.
With Jayden Daniels torching defenses and WR Malik Nabers looking like one of the nation’s top receivers, LSU can have its way with a shaky Missouri defense and move this line just a bit before the matchup with Auburn.
USC (+1.5)/Moneyline vs. Notre Dame
There are real concerns about USC’s defense, but it’s going to be tough to side against Caleb Williams and this Trojans offense if Williams can torch Arizona in Week 6 as expected. With numbers as ridiculous as Williams has, it’s fair to wonder whether Sam Hartman can keep up.
The Fighting Irish have a tough matchup in Week 6 as they go on the road to face Jeff Brohm and Louisville. After back-to-back grueling, physical games, Notre Dame is on upset alert against the Cardinals.
As decent as Duke and Louisville are, back-to-back squeakers wouldn’t inspire much confidence in Notre Dame before a matchup with an NFL-caliber quarterback. The value on USC is very solid right now.