College Football Week 6 Odds

College football Week 6 odds are live at, and the weekend arrives with four games featuring two teams ranked inside the AP Top 25.

No. 8 North Carolina hosts No. 19 Virginia Tech and No. 21 Texas A&M hosts No. 4 Florida, both at noon. No. 3 Georgia hosts No. 14 Tennessee at 3:30 p.m. ET with No. 1 Clemson hosting No. 7 in the nightcap at 7:30 p.m. ET.

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But those are just four of the intriguing matchups this weekend that have good betting value.

Longtime sports broadcaster and gambling expert Michael Jenkins is here to run through the notable college football Week 6 odds, including some insight on the matchups he has circled and the lines worth your investment.

College Football Week 6 Odds:

#4 Florida (2-0) at #21 Texas A&M (1-0). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Florida -245, Texas A&M +195
Spread: Florida -6.5
Over/Under: 57 points

Florida’s Kyle Trask to Kyle Pitts connection continues to pay dividends, with Trask tossing another four touchdowns last week in a 38-24 victory over South Carolina—two of them to Pitts.

While the public has hit Florida early, most of the money has been bet on the Aggies despite A&M being 0-4 ATS in their last four games. Trask is now 7-1 to win the Heisman Trophy.

College Football Week 6 Odds: Click here for the full list of Texas A&M-Florida Odds.

Kansas State (2-1) at TCU (1-1). 4:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Kansas State +255, TCU -335
Spread: TCU -9
Over/Under: 50.5 points

Expect the line to move on this game depending on who the Wildcats start at quarterback. Skylar Thompson injured his throwing shoulder last week but was spelled by freshman Will Howard, who led K-State to a 31-21 against Texas Tech. Thompson’s injury isn’t as bad as originally thought, but head coach Chris Klieman still hasn’t made a decision. This could be a letdown spot for the Frogs after an upset win against Texas.

College Football Week 6 Odds: Click here for the full list of TCU-Kansas State Odds.

#2 Alabama (2-0) at Ole Miss (1-1). 6:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Alabama -2000, Ole Miss +1000
Spread: Ole Miss -22.5
Over/Under: 67.5 points

Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide visit Oxford for a date with Lane Kiffin’s Rebels on Saturday night, and these coaches know each other well. Kiffin served as Saban’s offensive coordinator for three years at Alabama, and they won a national championship together.

The 68-year-old Saban is a perfect 20-0 when facing a head coach that once served as his assistant. The Over is also 4-0 in Alabama’s last four games following a win.

College Football Week 6 Odds: Click here for the full list of Alabama-Ole Miss Odds.

Temple (0-0) at Navy (1-2). 6:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Temple -155, Navy +125
Spread: Navy +3
Over/Under: 50.5 points

While many teams are starting to find their form in Week 6, the Temple Owls are ready for their first game of the year! It’s hard to know how the Owls will look, but we certainly have a better idea of what Navy brings to the table.

The Midshipmen are coming off a big 40-7 loss at Air Force where they rushed for only 90 yards. Navy has failed to cover the spread in six of their last seven games at home versus the Owls.

College Football Week 6 Odds: Click here for the full list of Navy-Temple Odds.

#7 Miami (3-0) at #1 Clemson (3-0). 7:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Miami +400, Clemson -560
Spread: Clemson -14
Over/Under: 64

Can anyone slow down Clemson in the ACC? We’re about to find out. The Tigers are two-touchdown favorites over Miami and have beaten the Canes by a combined score of 96-3 in their previous two meetings. This clearly isn’t the same Hurricanes team, however, with quarterback D’Eriq King leading the charge against Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence.

The Tigers signal-caller is the Heisman co-favorite at +250 with King lurking at 10-1.

College Football Week 6 Odds: Click here for the full list of Clemson-Miami Odds.

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