College Football Betting Advice, Final Thoughts: Week 6

College Football Betting Advice, Final Thoughts: Week 6

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College Football Betting Advice, Final Thoughts: Week 6

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Just be warned … be really, really, really careful of Utah State. It’s not going to beat LSU, but Jordan Love and that offense could be annoying against a shockingly suspect Tiger D. The money has been on the LSU side, and it might keep coming. Wait for the the 27.5 to go up a wee bit by game time. Think of it this way – LSU hung 66 on Vanderbilt two weeks ago, and won by 28.
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Auburn has already proven itself away from home. The win over Oregon is only going to look better and better as the season goes on, and winning at Texas A&M was nice. However, dealing with a Florida team that gets a slew of key parts back from injury is different. The 2.5 shouldn’t matter, but the Gators getting points at home just feels sort of right – even if Auburn is the absolute real deal. This should be relatively low scoring, but the total isn’t budging off of that 48.5.
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Who else thinks Missouri might just be the most dangerous under-the-radar team going right now? Troy is Troy – it’s good enough to at least be competitive – and the 24.5 seems like a whole lot to give away. However, the Tigers appear to have figured it out defensively, allowing just 21 point over the last three games, and that includes games against West Virginia and South Carolina.
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Obviously the entire point of the spread was to be the equalizer. In the case of Georgia at Tennessee, the spread is just a nuisance. Until the Vols show any sign of anything after that 34-3 clunker against Florida … the line started out at Georgia -22? Okay, cool. It’s up to 25 in some places? Okay, cool. Whatever.
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The public liked Ole Miss just enough to boost the line from 6.5 to 7. Have the Rebels showed enough consistency to think they’re about to win anything without a fight? Vanderbilt struggled against Northern Illinois, but the skill parts are better, and the Ole Miss quarterback situation is a bit murky. The Commodores can win this outright.
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