2017-18 College Football Week 6 Betting Recap
Wow, what another great weekend of college football. Iowa State pulled off the biggest shocker, beating Oklahoma on their own turf 38-31. The Cyclones were +31 on the spread and 50/1 on the moneyline. It’s now the 7th straight season that the Sooners have lost a game outright as 10+ point favorites.
Road teams continue to crush it, going 33-22 ATS in Week 6. All road teams are now 224-153 ATS this season (+58 units).
The longest game in MAC history ended after 7 overtimes with Western Michigan (-7) beating Buffalo 71-68. The game tied an FBS record for most overtimes (7) and set a record for most points scored in FBS history (139).
Miami-FL (-2.5) beat FSU 24-20 on a touchdown with 6 seconds to go in the game and gave public bettors a nice win:
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Florida (opened -6.5, closed +1.5) missed an extra point in the 3rd quarter to make it 17-16, and they lost by that final score. Sharp money was all over the Tigers all week, obviously, and most LSU backers covered.
Michigan St (+13) covered for the 10th straight time when facing Michigan, beating the Wolverines 14-10.
BYU is 1-5 SU to start the year and has already cashed for bettors on the Under 9.5 wins for the season. They’re also the lone 0-6 ATS team in the nation.
There are no 6-0 ATS teams heading into Week 7.
UAB (3-2 record) upset Louisiana Tech and has already gone Over their season win total of 2.5.
Purdue (3-2 record) beat Minnesota at home and has also gone Over their season win total of 2.5.
Bad Beat: Minnesota threw a pick-6 with just 10 seconds left to put the game OVER the total of 45. Purdue won 31-17.
SMU was an extremely trendy underdog (67% of bets) but they opened +5.5 and moved to +10. They were in position to cover for much of the game but lost 35-22, giving sharp money the win.
Week 6 Betting Trends:
Favorites went 28-27 ATS
Visitors went 33-22 ATS
Unders went 33-24
Unders are now 219-172 this season.
Visitors are now 224-153 ATS this season.
Teams closing +21 or higher went 6-2 ATS in Week 6 and have gone 82-47 ATS this season.
Biggest Moneyline Upsets:
Iowa St +5000 at Oklahoma
Bowling Green +526 at Miami Ohio
Michigan St +400 at Michigan
Clemson QB Kelly Bryant (ankle) questionable
Miami FL RB Mark Walton (ankle) out indefinitely
Auburn RB Kamryn Pettway (leg) questionable
Miami OH QB Gus Ragland (knee) doubtful
Check out our Free Live Odds page for the latest injuries, Week 7 openers, line moves, betting %’s and more.
Our Best Bets went 10-5 ATS this week and are now 47-31 ATS (60.2%) on the season. All Pro members get access to all picks.
We’ll also be updating Heisman Trophy odds and National Championship odds during the week.