CFB – Week 6

LOVE IT!

Toledo (-1.5) vs. Western Michigan – Toledo has taken care of business the past three weeks and Saturday will be no different. Rockets will cover -1.5.

Tulsa (+13) at SMU – Tulsa had a strong showing against Oklahoma State two weeks ago. With a narrow win last week, I sense they were looking ahead to this exact game. Tulsa will be ready and SMU feels a bit overrated with 5 consecutive wins ATS.

LIKE IT!

Maryland at Rutgers (Over 56.5) – There’s a bit of volatility in this game, but I think Maryland may cover alone. I like my chances with Rutgers pitching in a few points.

Texas (-11) at West Virginia – WVU does not look very strong this year. They only beat Kansas by 5 last week and seem to be getting quite a bit of credit from their win vs. NCST the week prior. I know it’s a road game, but I still like Texas.

Memphis (-15) at ULM – ULM will be outmatched here. I’d probably take this at -21.

Northwestern (+7.5) at Nebraska – Northwestern seems to be rounding into form with a respectable showing against Wisconsin (especially when compared to Michigan). I’ll take the touchdown head start on Saturday.

North Carolina (-10.5) at Georgia Tech – There’s a risk of a bit of a letdown after the narrow defeat to Clemson last week. They may only win by 17 instead of 30.

Liberty (-4.5) at New Mexico State – Give me the Flames here to keep NMSU winless!

TEASE OF THE WEEK

Maryland (-6) & Georgia (-18.5) – Maryland is playing Rutgers. Enough said there… Georgia is one of the best teams in the country coming off of a bye week. They’ll win by 3 TDs or more.

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