College Football Picks Against the Spread: Stone-Cold Locks to Bet the Farm on
The Week 6 college football lines are very tight.
The oddsmakers have finally figured out nearly every team, and it’s getting very hard to make easy plays like last week.
I mean, we had Alabama -3.5 at Florida, Stanford -23.5 against UCLA and Wisconsin -10 vs. Nebraska.
We aren’t going to get gifts like that very often from Vegas, but there are still a few locks to be found this week, so let’s take a look.
Oklahoma -10 at Texas
The Sooners are going to beat the life out of the Longhorns this week and prove to everyone that the Longhorns are overrated, right in the heart of Texas.
Oklahoma is a legitimately good team, and they are mad that they got bumped from the No. 1 spot despite not losing.
I expect them to be relentless on national TV this Saturday afternoon and prove to the nation they are one of the best teams.
Arizona State -4 at Utah
ASU knows they were lucky to get another chance to be in the rankings after a disappointing loss to Illinois.
They came back and beat up on USC and are back in the polls, somewhere they want to stay.
Utah is new to the Pac-12, and Arizona State is going to be the third team from the conference to beat them in their third conference game.
Utah has already lost to USC and Washington, so I don’t expect ASU to have any trouble with the Utes.
Auburn +10 at Arkansas
I know it’s a road game, but I love Auburn getting 10 points against an overrated Arkansas team.
Auburn can score with anyone in the nation and actually played decent defense against South Carolina the other week.
If they can get it all together, I can see them winning this game outright and definitely covering.