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Week 6 College Football Betting Results

October 10, 2016

Week 6 of the college football regular season is behind us following some entertaining games over the weekend that kept bettors on the edge of their seats until the final seconds.

Favorites during Week 6 were 38-20 straight up and 18-35 against the spread. Home teams were 34-19 SU and 24-29 ATS. The OVER/UNDER on the week was 26-27.

The underdogs that won outright with the biggest spreads were Navy at +16.5 defeating Houston 46-40, Texas-San Antonio at +15.5 defeating Southern Miss 55-32 and Oregon State at +13.5 beating California 47-44.

The favorites with the biggest spread to cover were Michigan at -30 defeating Rutgers 78-0, Boise State at -18 beating New Mexico 49-21 and Clemson at -17.5 beating Boston College 56-10.

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Michigan keeps looking impressive with a 78-point defeat of Rutgers. Nothing to brag that much about as Rutgers has been outscored 136-0 over its last two games.

Louisville was idle, but its toughest remaining opponent, Houston, lost to Navy, hurting Louisville’s efforts to reach the playoffs because of a poor schedule.

Boise State keeps winning after its trounced New Mexico by 28 points. The Broncos could become the No. 1 or No. 2 team outside the Power 5 teams and get a New Year’s Day bowl game, if they keep winning.

Stanford’s troubles continued as they lost at home to Washington State 42-16. Washington continued on a roll with its 70-21 drubbing of Oregon. Washington has covered two straight and 4 of 6 this season.

Florida State trailed rival Miami 13-3 at the half. The Seminoles scored 17 straight to take the lead. Miami scored with just over a minute to play. The game appeared to be going to overtime when Florida State blocked Miami’s extra-point attempt to win the game 20-19.

Tennessee lost to Texas A&M in OT 45-38 in a battle between two teams in the Top 10.

No. 1 ranked Alabama continued to roll with his 49-30 drubbing of Arkansas to cover as 14.5-point chalk.

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