NCAA Football Week 6 Best Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on October 6, 2021

As we hit the second weekend of October, the air begins to get a chill, and the NCAA football matchups heat up.

No.2 Georgia (-14.5) at No. 18 Auburn

Georgia really is this good. Without quarterback JT Daniels and facing an excellent Arkansas team, the Bulldogs posted a second consecutive shutout on their way to a 37-0 blowout. The Razorbacks finished the game with just 156 yards of total offense.

Auburn had a slip against Penn State and looked lackluster when facing Georgia State, but an upset win last week at LSU – their first win in Baton Rouge since 1999 – has things looking up for the Tigers. But simply put, they aren’t in Georgia’s league. They won’t get above 14 points, while the Bulldogs will break 30 for the fifth game in a row.

Take Georgia and lay the points.

No. 13 Arkansas at No. 17 Ole Miss (-6)

Arkansas was exposed last week. They are a very good team, but they are not ready to be elite. And this week, they are facing one of the truly elite quarterbacks in the country in Matt Corral. They faced a backup quarterback against Texas A&M, a backup quarterback against Georgia, and now they face a guy who is the second-highest betting favorite to win the Heisman.

Ole Miss was humbled last week at Alabama. They want to get the taste of that defeat out of their mouths quickly, and that happens this week against the Razorbacks. Take the Rebels to cover.

No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Texas (Over 63.5)

In four games against the FBS competition, Oklahoma has yet to cover the spread. Last week against Kansas State, the spread was 15, and they only won 37-31.

But that score is important. It was a full 15 points over the total of 53, and two other times this season, they hit the over on totals at 66 and 66.5.

NCAA Football Week 6 Best Betting PicksOU is averaging 38 points per game, and on the other side, Texas is averaging nearly 44 points per game. The Longhorns have hit the over in three of their last four games, and this week it will be four of five.

Wyoming at Air Force (-6)

It’s the Mountain West Conference, and the teams are unranked, so this game may be off your radar. But it should be on it, as the Falcons are proving to be one of the better bets this season, while Wyoming is a disappointment.

The Cowboys barely beat FCS Montana State and squeaked by UConn, despite being 31-point favorites. Air Force has covered in three of their last four games, including a blowout win at New Mexico last week, and they cover again this Saturday.

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