College Football ATS Betting Analysis Week 6

College Football ATS Betting Analysis Week 6

College Football is hitting the six-week mark and if you are betting the college football spread read my Week 5 ATS analysis.

College Football ATS Betting Analysis Week 6

Utah State at LSU -25

LSU got Week 5 off. Although the Tigers are only 1-1 ATS at home, they’re 3-1 ATS overall. More importantly, LSU has gone 13-3 ATS in their last 16 games in October while Utah State is 4-10 ATS in their last 14 road games versus a team with a winning home record.

Oklahoma -35 at Kansas

I can see Jalen Hurts throwing for over 400 yards and 4 TDs to go along with 150 yards rushing and 2 rushing TDs versus Kansas. It depends on how much Lincoln Riley wants to run up the score here. Les Miles has already made great strides at Kansas, but Oklahoma is a CFP squad.

Purdue at Penn State -16 ½

Penn State must be taken seriously as a genuine challenger to Ohio State’s and Wisconsin’s Big Ten dominance. The 59-0 beat down of Maryland came on the heels of a hard-fought win against Pittsburgh. They should easily cover versus Purdue, a team they’ve gone 10-3-1 ATS against in the last 14 meetings.

Bowling Green at Notre Dame -44 ½

Notre Dame had their “bad” game against Virginia in Week 4 and they still covered. They’ll roll over Bowling Green on Saturday.

Kent State at Wisconsin -37

So, Northwestern played Wisconsin tough. Why does it matter? The Badgers had a reason to take a backward step after dominating Michigan in Week 4. Kent State has no chance of not losing by 50 points.

Virginia Tech at Miami -8 ½

On paper, VA Tech versus Miami looks like one of the more competitive matchups in Week 6. But, Miami has finally gotten it together with two straight victories while the Hokies enter this matchup after a 10-45 pasting against Duke.

Georgia -22 at Tennessee

The Vols’ stadium seats 102,455 rabid fans. Those fans are going to be crying in their beers after the first quarter when Georgia is up 28-0. The Dawgs dominate one of the worst teams in the SEC.

Michigan State at Ohio State -17 ½

Ohio State has covered 4 in a row. The Buckeyes are better this year than last year. The reason? Justin Fields is one of the top quarterbacks in the nation. Michigan State’s offense won’t catch up while the Ohio State Buckeyes score almost at will.