Get a jump on Week 6 College Football odds and lines ahead of time and three bets to make this weekend before odds begin to change during the week. Find the most updated College Football odds for Week 6 below.
Week 6 College Football Odds & Lines
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Early College Football Week 6 Bets To Place
Week 5 of the college football season is here, which means it isn’t too early to get a look at some of the lines for Week 6’s action. Many of the early lines may shift after this weekend’s games, so here are some of the bets you might want to lock in sooner rather than later.
Ohio State -13.5 vs. Michigan State
Michigan State is on a downward spiral, and the odds are starting to catch up. The Spartans went from favorites to 8.5-point underdogs against Maryland this weekend after an ugly loss to Minnesota, and they still don’t have a win over a major program yet this season. If Michigan State gets walloped at home by Maryland, you could see this line move even further in Ohio State’s direction.
The Buckeyes look like a juggernaut right now, carving up Wisconsin last weekend and staring down another blowout win over Rutgers this weekend. It’s hard to believe this game being played in East Lansing will be enough for Michigan State to stay within two touchdowns after serious non-competitive losses to Washington and Minnesota.
WIth the line still just under two touchdowns, Ohio State -13.5 is a great value.
Utah -3.5 vs. UCLA
I’m not very high on this UCLA team, which hasn’t had a chance to prove much yet this season.
After narrowly escaping South Alabama at home, the Bruins rolled to a 45-17 win over Colorado last week. The only problem would be that Colorado was blown out by an even wider margin against Minnesota and Air Force. The Buffaloes have a unique chance to finish 0-12. That win didn’t show much, but a decisive loss to Washington could.
I love this new Huskies offense, which dominated Michigan State two weeks ago and hung 40 on Stanford last weekend. If UCLA can’t stay competitive against Washington, this line is going to shift further in Utah’s favor.
The Utes have looked terrific ever since they lost a close one in Gainesville in Week 1. Cameron Rising is playing some of his best football, and the Utah defense has held opponents to a combined 27 points in its last three wins. The odds might catch up to this one in a few days.
Georgia -21 vs. Auburn
If you read last week’s lookahead lines, you’ll know I’m not high on this Auburn team. The offense is near the bottom of the SEC, and the defense isn’t enough to keep pace with great teams. The Tigers’ overtime win over Missouri this past weekend was bad football all-around. Georgia won’t let Auburn get away with that, especially with the Bulldogs at home.
The line for LSU vs. Auburn already shifted much further in LSU’s direction after Auburn’s tough day against Missouri. If LSU comes out and beats Bryan Harsin’s team soundly this Saturday, the line could go well beyond 21 points for this one. Considering Auburn lost to Penn State by 29 at home in September, I’m surprised it hasn’t already.
Georgia, which has a 49-3 win over Oregon under its belt, looks like the national title favorite until proven otherwise. The Bulldogs’ defense vs. the Tigers’ offense seems like a mismatch that will push the final margin beyond three touchdowns.
Texas Moneyline (+134) vs. Oklahoma
This line could move in either direction this weekend, as Texas and Oklahoma are both facing potentially competitive games. I wouldn’t be surprised if Oklahoma’s status as a favorite is threatened. The Sooners, fresh off a home loss to Kansas State, have a serious test on the road as they face Sonny Dykes and TCU. It’s a winnable game for the Horned Frogs, and back-to-back losses would likely be enough to prevent Oklahoma from entering Week 6 favored.
Texas might have QB Quinn Ewers back this weekend against West Virginia. If Ewers comes out and plays as well as he did early in the game against Alabama, money could quickly come in on the Longhorns for this rivalry matchup.
The Mountaineers have scored 30+ points in each of their first four games and might give Texas a real challenge, but I’m more concerned about Oklahoma. The Sooners’ run defense was carved up by Kansas State and may have a tough time against a well-balanced TCU rushing attack. If we see that happen, the outlook will be great for Bijan Robinson and Texas’ offense.