NCAAF Betting: College Football ATS Week 6 Picks
In what has already been a crazy year in college football with upsets and surprises, things are now starting to get clearer, as we’re figuring out who the legitimate contenders are. Let’s take a look at this week’s spreads, and we’ll make some early predictions so you can make your bets against their NCAAF odds.
NCAA Football 2020 Season Against the Spread Week 6 Picks
(7) Miami at (1) Clemson (-15)
Miami has started off the season strong. They’re reminding people of the glory days under Jimmy Johnson and Dennis Erickson.
This week, we’ll get to see how for real the Hurricanes are as they travel to take on the top team in the nation, the Clemson Tigers. Trevor Lawrence and Clemson have also looked good early on.
We think this will be a close game. Clemson wins, but it won’t cover.
(14) Tennessee at (3) Georgia (-14)
Georgia dominated the Auburn Tigers last week and is showing the country that it is going to be a threat once again this year. Jeremy Pruitt has worked hard to bring Tennessee back to prominence, and we’re finally seeing the results of his hard work, as the Vols are on an eight-game winning streak.
This will be the chance for Tennessee to show the nation that it’s back. It is going to give Georgia a run for its money, but in the end, the Bulldogs win a close one.
(2) Alabama (-24) at Ole Miss
Lane Kiffin will welcome the Crimson Tide to Oxford. Kiffin’s Rebels have looked good early on, but they haven’t played anyone like Alabama yet.
The Crimson Tide steamrolled Texas A&M last week, and Nick Saban has the Tide looking like national championship contenders once again. Kiffin will try anything to hang in the game, but the Tide will rout the Rebels and will cover the spread.
(19) Virginia Tech at (8) North Carolina (-5.5)
Mack Brown has turned around the North Carolina football program. Both of these teams have won some close ones early on.
North Carolina has a very good offense, but the Hokies defense has also been good. North Carolina wins this one by a touchdown.
(22) Texas at Oklahoma (-2.5)
Believe it or not, the Sooners have lost two in a row after being upset last Saturday at Iowa State. Texas has been underwhelming as well, as it had to come from behind late to beat Texas Tech, and then lost to TCU.
This was the year that many thought that Texas was finally going to be a national title contender, but it sure doesn’t look like one. Oklahoma gets off the losing streak and beats the Longhorns by three.
(4) Florida (-5.5) at (21) Texas A&M
Dan Mullen has the Florida Gators back in the national championship hunt. They’ll have a tough one this week as they travel to College Station.
Jimbo Fisher has yet to show everyone that A&M was wise for giving him a huge contract. A&M needs this one to make a statement after it was blown out last weekend by Alabama.
Unfortunately for A&M, Kyle Trask and the Gators offense will be too much for the Aggies to handle. Florida wins by 10.