2013 Week 6 College Football Schedule, NCAA Football Week 6 Odds

Last Updated: October 5th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Notre Dame vs. Arizona StateWeek 6 NCAA football odds are posted here at Bankroll Sports, and we are already set to break down some of the best games on the college football betting lines for the week ahead. Join us as we take our best shot at the NCAA football Vegas odds in Week 6.

Big huge favorites are back again in Week 6, and the biggest favorite of the bunch is the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Tide have finally put together a rather complete game, as they took care of the Ole Miss Rebels last week without much of a fight. Now, for the first time all year, they should have a game where they open up one of these 70-3 cans on a poor unsuspecting foe. The unsuspecting foe this week is the Georgia State Panthers, who are clearly only here for the sake of getting a big, fat paycheck from the boys from Tuscaloosa and to get some experience as they figure out what life is like playing at the FBS level. It is clear that there is a real talent gap between these two teams, and there is little way that this game will be close. Want proof? This is one of the biggest college football point spreads in a game pitting a pair of FBS teams against each other, as Bama is expected to roll by 55.5.

Of course, it’s tough not to laugh when you think that a team that is -33.5 on the road is the third biggest favorite of the week, but that’s the case with the Louisville Cardinals against the Temple Owls in the City of Brotherly Love. The game that has supplanted this one is another conference game featuring another team on the road. The Oregon Ducks, who continue to just take out their lawn mower and trample everything in their way on their schedule, are giving 38 to the Colorado Buffaloes, who are clearly at the bottom of the Pac-12 and have no chance of competing in this game, even at Folsom Stadium with the high altitude. You could play this game on the moon and Oregon would put up 50 points.

That’s really the end of the garbage games though, and if there are only three games that are just complete and utter embarrassments with nearly 130 FBS teams to choose from, we consider it to be an accomplishment. There aren’t really any of those marquee games like we had last week when the LSU Tigers took on the Georgia Bulldogs, but there are good games littered throughout that are worth discussing.

NCAA Football BetDSITo kick off the week, there are a pair of teams that are going to be hoping to pull off some upsets to turn their seasons around. Neither the Iowa State Cyclones nor the Utah Utes are teams that are likely to be going to bowl games this year, but both could take a massive step towards that if they can beat teams that are perhaps amongst the most talented 25 in the country on Thursday night. The Cyclones are +9 at home against the Texas Longhorns, while the Utes are +4 at home against the UCLA Bruins. The Bruins know just how dangerous this game is, and QB Brett Hundley and the gang are going to be paying extra attention in practice. Rice-Eccles Stadium is no fun to play at, especially at night on national television.

On Friday, the Mountain West is going to be on display. The BYU Cougars, who have been a complete mixed bag this year, are +6.5 on the road going against a team that they are very familiar with. Of course, now, it’s the Utah State Aggiest that are in the Mountain West, while the Cougs are the independents. No less, this is a game that is going to be great. Both of these teams have already been beaten in the battle for the Beehive Cup, so that isn’t going to make a difference, but this one could have a big difference when it comes to recruiting. The host Aggies are -6.5 in what amounts to be a huge game for them, as it isn’t all that often that they are really expected to beat BYU. The San Diego State Aztecs play their first Mountain West game of the year on Friday night as well, as they are hosting the Nevada Wolf Pack. The Wolf Pack, in spite of their 2-0 start to the season in conference play, are +4.5 in this one.

There are a lot of middling games in conference play that could be very intriguing. The Iowa Hawkeyes haven’t played much in the way of big foes yet this year, but they are bringing one to Kinnick Stadium on Saturday. Iowa is -2 against the Michigan State Spartans, and the loser of this one is going to be in a lot of trouble when it comes to challenging for the Legends Division title. The Hawkeyes are already 4-1, but they still have a lot of work to do just to ensure that they will go bowling. The Illinois Fighting Illini and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are both 3-1 teams that have yet to open up their conference slates yet. They’ll do battle with the Children of the Corn giving 10.5 on the opening Week 6 college football lines.

SEC East teams are going to be in for some interesting battles this week as well. The Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators, and South Carolina Gamecocks are all double digit favorites in games against fellow SEC rivals. However, the Gamecocks (+21 vs. Kentucky) are playing in their first game without QB Connor Shaw, the Gators (-10.5 vs. Arkansas) are playing in their second game without QB Jeff Driskel, and the Bulldogs (-11 @ Tennessee) have to go on the road into a hostile environment against a team that is hungry for a victory the week after winning another huge game against a Top 10 team in the land. All of these games are dangerous to say the least. Even the team that lost that big game Between the Hedges last week, the LSU Tigers are only -9.5 at the Mississippi State Bulldogs in Starkville.

That brings us to the ACC, where issues are always interesting. The Florida State Seminoles are -14.5 at home against the Maryland Terrapins in one of the very few Top 25 matchups of the weekend, while the Clemson Tigers have another one of these “Clemson” games against the Syracuse Orange and are -11. Both of these teams have looked vulnerable over the course of the last few weeks, and the ACC can’t afford either to lose in the next two weeks with their matchup coming against each other in Death Valley on October 19th in what would be the biggest ACC game of the year. The North Carolina Tar Heels are also +7 in what would be an elimination game to them in all likelihood against the Virginia Tech Hokies, while the Miami Hurricanes, in their first conference game of the year, are currently off the board against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in what will prove to be a critical clash.

SportsBetting.ag FootballThere are three clashes though, that are clearly very important in primetime, and they are going to shape the course of the rest of the college football betting season. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish know that they are going to have to probably run the table if they are going to end up making it into one of the BCS bowl games for a second straight season. They have the Arizona State Sun Devils in Arlington on Saturday night in the Shamrock Classic in the Lone Star State, and they are relatively big six-point pups. ASU wouldn’t be a Top 25 team in the land had the Wisconsin Badgers not blown it a few weeks ago, but there is no doubt that this is a team with some character that can fight it out against some of the best in the biz. This -6 spread is warranted.

Just a half hour later, the Northwestern Wildcats will be playing in what amounts to be perhaps the biggest game in the history of Ryan Field. The Cats are taking on the #4 Ohio State Buckeyes with a chance to seize control of the path to the Rose Bowl, and perhaps to the BCS National Championship as well. It’s still a pipe dream for Northwestern, but the spot is a good one. The Bucks are coming off of the emotional win over Wisconsin last week, and they have to go on the road in primetime to a hostile environment in this one. Be very careful, Ohio State! There’s a reason that you’re only a five-point favorite.

But perhaps the game of the night is the nightcap between the Stanford Cardinal and the Washington Huskies. Stanford has had its challenges thus far this year, and it is passing them with ease at this point. The defense is nasty for Head Coach David Shaw and the gang, and the unit is only going to get better as the season wears on. U-Dub is still undefeated and is inching up the polls with each and every week. Head Coach Steve Sarkisian knows if there is a way to get back into the Pac-12 title race, this is the way to do it. The Huskies pulled off the upset 17-13 last year in Seattle, but this would be a much different situation playing on the Farm and winning. The Cardinal are laying a touchdown for the third time in the last four years in this series, and they are hoping that this is the game that turns this series back into a blowout.

The highest ‘total’ of the week is 76, and that can be seen in a pair of games. The Oregon Ducks are expected to drop a huge number on the Colorado Buffaloes, and that’s why that number is so high, and the same could be said for the Baylor Bears, who are taking on the West Virginia Mountaineers. WVU finally flashed some offense last week in the upset of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, but this is going to require a heck of a lot more. The oddsmakers are showing some confidence that it is going to happen, which is more than we can say for this team from the rest of the year.

On the flip side of things, there are plenty of games that are in the 40s, including a record for the year of three games with numbers of 45 or lower. Some of these games could be embarrassing offensively, but none are like the clash between the Michigan State Spartans and the Iowa Hawkeyes. That number of 42 is pathetically low, but we continue to expect this out of the Big Ten in the future, especially in these MSU games.

2013 NCAA Football Week 6 Odds @ 5Dimes Sportsbook (as of 10/5/13):
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Week 6 NCAA Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 10/3/13
303 Texas Longhorns -7
304 Iowa State Cyclones +7
Over/Under 54.5

305 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers -7.5
306 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +7.5
Over/Under 49

307 UCLA Bruins -5
308 Utah Utes +5
Over/Under 64.5

College Football Lines for Week 6 for Friday, 10/4/13
309 BYU Cougars +6
310 Utah State Aggies -6
Over/Under 55.5

311 Nevada Wolf Pack +6
312 San Diego State Aztecs -6
Over/Under 60.5

NCAA Football Week 6 Odds for Saturday, 10/5/13
313 Air Force Falcons +12.5
314 Navy Midshipmen -12.5
Over/Under 54

315 Michigan State Spartans +1.5
316 Iowa Hawkeyes -1.5
Over/Under 37.5

317 Louisville Cardinals -32.5
318 Temple Owls +32.5
Over/Under 58

319 Western Michigan Broncos +23
320 Toledo Rockets -23
Over/Under 58

321 Eastern Michigan Eagles +13
322 Buffalo Bulls -13
Over/Under 53

323 Georgia State Panthers +54
324 Alabama Crimson Tide -54
Over/Under 58

325 Army Black Knights +11
326 Boston College Eagles -11
Over/Under 50.5

327 Central Michigan Chippewas -3
328 Miami Redhawks +3
Over/Under 47

329 Ball State Cardinals +4
330 Virginia Cavaliers -4
Over/Under 48

331 Maryland Terrapins +16.5
332 Florida State Seminoles -16.5
Over/Under 58

333 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets +6.5
334 Miami Hurricanes -6.5
Over/Under 55.5

335 Clemson Tigers -14
336 Syracuse Orange +14
Over/Under 64.5

337 NC State Wolfpack -7.5
338 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +7.5
Over/Under 47

339 Illinois Fighting Illini +8
340 Nebraska Cornhuskers -8
Over/Under 61

341 Texas San Antonio Roadrunners +14.5
342 Marshall Thundering Herd -14.5
Over/Under 65

343 North Texas Mean Green -3
344 Tulane Green Wave +3
Over/Under 53.5

345 Oregon Ducks -39
346 Colorado Buffaloes +39
Over/Under 69

347 Georgia Bulldogs -11
348 Tennessee Volunteers +11
Over/Under 64

349 Arkansas Razorbacks +13
350 Florida Gators -13
Over/Under 42.5

351 LSU Tigers -8.5
352 Mississippi State Bulldogs +8.5
Over/Under 55.5

353 Rice Owls +3
354 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -3
Over/Under 54.5

355 North Carolina Tar Heels +7
356 Virginia Tech Hokies -7
Over/Under 45.5

357 TCU Horned Frogs +8
358 Oklahoma Sooners -8
Over/Under 46.5

359 Cincinnati Bearcats -11
360 South Florida Bulls +11
Over/Under 48

361 Kansas State Wildcats +13.5
362 Oklahoma State Cowboys -13.5
Over/Under 59

363 Missouri Tigers -1.5
364 Vanderbilt Commodores +1.5
Over/Under 55.5

365 Minnesota Golden Gophers +19
366 Michigan Wolverines -19
Over/Under 48.5

367 UCF Knights -9
368 Memphis Tigers +9
Over/Under 48

369 Rutgers Scarlet Knights -4.5
370 SMU Mustangs +4.5
Over/Under 55.5

371 Fresno State Bulldogs -27.5
372 Idaho Vandals +27.5
Over/Under 67.5

373 Texas State Bobcats +11
374 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns -11
Over/Under 55.5

375 South Alabama Jaguars +3.5
376 Troy Trojans -3.5
Over/Under 62.5

377 New Mexico State Aggies +10.5
378 New Mexico Lobos -10.5
Over/Under 61

379 Washington State Cougars -1.5
380 Cal Golden Bears +1.5
Over/Under 66

381 Washington Huskies +8
382 Stanford Cardinal -8
Over/Under 52.5

383 Northern Illinois Huskies -8.5
384 Kent State Golden Flashes +8.5
Over/Under 64.5

385 Ole Miss Rebels -3
386 Auburn Tigers +3
Over/Under 57

387 Kentucky Wildcats +21.5
388 South Carolina Gamecocks -21.5
Over/Under 54.5

389 Florida International Golden Panthers +17
390 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -17
Over/Under 46

391 Massachusetts Minutemen +26.5
392 Bowling Green Falcons -26.5
Over/Under 51

393 Florida Atlantic Owls +4
394 UAB Blazers -4
Over/Under 53

395 Texas Tech Red Raiders -16.5
396 Kansas Jayhawks +16.5
Over/Under 56

397 East Carolina Pirates -7.5
398 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders +7.5
Over/Under 62.5

399 Ohio Bobcats -3.5
400 Akron Zips +3.5
Over/Under 57

401 Arizona State Sun Devils -6
402 Notre Dame Fighting Irish +6
Over/Under 63

403 West Virginia Mountaineers +29.5
404 Baylor Bears -29.5
Over/Under 70

405 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs -2
406 UTEP Miners +2
Over/Under 59.5

407 Ohio State Buckeyes -7
408 Northwestern Wildcats +7
Over/Under 59

409 Penn State Nittany Lions -3.5
410 Indiana Hoosiers +3.5
Over/Under 65.5

411 San Jose State Spartans -4.5
412 Hawaii Warriors +4.5
Over/Under 56

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