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NCAA Week 6 College Football Odds & Betting Preview

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Week 6: College Football – Top Gambling Matchups

Last weekend had some real status setting games with Oregon’s win over Stanford impressive enough to vault them over Boise State and TCU.  This week’s schedule is not nearly as engaging even though it may have the games of the year in both the Sun Belt and Mid-American conferences.  This week starts on Tuesday with one of those games(Troy vs MTSU)  so the wait for football after MNF will be a short one.

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Troy vs. Middle Tennessee State (-3)

Don’t sleep on this Tuesday night contest.  The winner in this one will be in the driver’s seat in the Sun Belt but until I know for sure that Dwight Dasher will play I can’t get behind the Blue Raiders – watch carefully.

Baylor vs. Texas Tech (-2)

This game could indicate a changing of the guard…at the bottom of the Big 12 South (until they rejig the format after losing Colorado and Nebraska).  Tech got hammered by the Cyclones last week while Baylor killed the Jayhawks.  Baylor hasn’t beaten Tech in a long time but this just might be the year as Tech is reeling from an identity change with new coach Tommy Tuberville.

Temple vs. Northern Illinois (-3)

The two best teams in the conference meet early on.  Their last matchup Temple won by a point back in 2007.  Regardless of the outcome it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a rematch in the MAC Championship game.  UNI is a strong play at home, especially with Owls leading rusher Bernard Pierce’s status unknown.

Alabama vs. South Carolina (+7.5)

The Tide were truly impressive thumping Florida but they have to keep playing well to make it to the big prize.  South Carolina seems to always be looking for an answer to something and right now it is who it their best QB.  That is not a good question when you are playing the best team in the country.  They have revenge in this one but it won’t be enough.

Michigan State vs. Michigan (-4)

The Spartans have won the last two in the series but this is the biggest game these two have played in a while.  Both teams are undefeated with MSU the more impressive last week.  Being at home is a huge advantage for Big Blue and that Denard Robinson guy is pretty good.  They are tough to bet against in this spot but if the line sneaks higher the Spartans might be a good cover play.

Clemson vs. North Corolina (-1.5)

I bet against UNC last week and they burned me.  It is still unclear when they will get their full compliment of star players back but it is clear that they are a pretty good team with or without them.  Clemson is tough but is coming off two difficult losses.  Can they get off the mat on the road.  I don’t like their chances.  Take the Tar Heels.

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (+7.5)

The Aggies have found themselves another shootout partner.  This time they are home and looking to avenge last year’s shellacking at the hands of the Razorbacks.  Arkansas will have had two weeks to get over blowing it against Alabama which I think should be enough, especially given how willing A&M is to give up points.

Oregon State vs. Arizona (-8)

This could be Arizona’s big year.  They almost blew it against Cal but escaped meaning they just might have some destiny working for them.  This should be their toughest game of the month and they are rested coming off the bye.  The Beavers won’t quit…but they won’t beat them either.  Don’t bet it at -8, just enjoy an intense game that will be much closer.

LSU vs. Florida (-7)

Could be a game or it could be really ugly.  Either way whoever wins will be considered a pretty good team, even if it is much maligned LSU.  This game seems to have a lot of questions?  Can the Gators lose two in a row?  Is LSU’s defense really that good?  Are both of these teams just products of the SEC hype machine?  I hope we will get some answers.

USC vs. Stanford (-8)

This is a critical game for both teams.  If Stanford wants to prove it is elite than it needs to bounce back and win at home.  If USC wants to prove it is still elite than it needs to have a signature victory to start the Lane Kiffin era.  Another loss and the Cardinal are pretty much out of it this year while USC has plenty of excuses.  Can you tell who has more pressure on them?

Florida State vs. Miami (-6)

Maybe it is time for this rivalry to start meaning something again.  Miami is a nice play as a home favourite as long as it stays under 7 points.  Any more than that and the Seminoles are the way to go.  To get the juices going in this rivalry again it would be nice to see a rematch in the ACC championship game.

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The Wiesguy is a newcomer to the handicapping scene. Hailing from Toronto, Canada he is always sweet on the underdogs and you can often find his thoughts, musings and picks at moneydogs.blogspot.com.


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