Get a jump on Week 7 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.
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Early College Football Week 7 Bets To Place
Week 6 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 7’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.
Tennessee +13 vs. Alabama
I’ve seen this line range anywhere from 10-14 points, so there’s already some movement to watch, but Tennessee is poised to be Alabama’s toughest regular season challenge. It wouldn’t surprise me if the odds reflect that even more as the game approaches.
I expect Alabama to win this weekend against Texas A&M, but even accounting for the Aggies’ offensive struggles this season, it wouldn’t surprise me if Jimbo Fisher’s defense actually has a strong day like it did last season – especially if Bryce Young is limited or can’t play.
On the other hand, Tennessee is only favored over LSU this weekend by about a field goal. If the Volunteers’ offense plays anything like it has so far this season, Tennessee will beat expectations vs. LSU and see some money pour in for this matchup with Alabama. I’d take Tennessee now as long as the spread is double-digits.
Wisconsin +1.5 vs. Michigan State
If you’ve bet against Michigan State over the past three weeks, you’ve done well for yourself – especially if you bet early. The Spartans went from favorites to 8.5-point underdogs against Maryland after they were blown out by Minnesota, and the line moved about 13 points toward Ohio State after the Spartans lost to Maryland.
If Michigan State takes a big loss to the Buckeyes, as expected, Wisconsin could end up as a road favorite in this game. The Badgers have problems of their own, especially on the offensive end, but it wouldn’t shock me if this week’s coaching change has an immediate impact. Jim Leonhard has a (very) winnable game against Northwestern this weekend. If Braelon Allen gets going, the offense could find a rhythm again and move this line toward Wisconsin.
Stanford +17.5 vs. Notre Dame
A great offensive performance against North Carolina seems to have restored faith in Notre Dame, but the Fighting Irish still have many questions to answer after struggling offensively through the first three games of the season. Could we see Marcus Freeman’s team humbled by BYU?
The Cougars have a surging quarterback in Jaren Hall and did a nice job of limiting Baylor’s shaky offense earlier in the season. Notre Dame’s offense might not be at the point that it can get past a well-balanced BYU team – or blowout a team like Stanford. If Notre Dame comes out flat against the Cougars, this line could shrink a bit next week.
Kentucky +1.5 vs. Mississippi State
I’m not sure Kentucky is getting enough credit here, sitting as a slight home underdog against Mississippi State. The Wildcats have a road win over Florida under their belt this season and played Ole Miss closely on the road last weekend. A home matchup with South Carolina gives Kentucky a great opportunity to get back in the win column and start looking like the team that started 4-0.
If the Wildcats take care of business against South Carolina, they could become favorites in this one. Mississippi State isn’t a lock to beat Arkansas this weekend, and their air-raid offense under Mike Leach isn’t impossible to stop. When the Bulldogs went on the road to face LSU in September, they managed just 16 points.
This weekend’s action could make Kentucky a home favorite, and justifiably so. Kentucky +1.5 or Kentucky moneyline are both worth considering right now.