College Football Week 6 Parlay Picks - Football Lines

College Football Week 6 Parlay Picks

I say it every week because it’s true: winning a parlay is hard to do. I had a better showing in Week 5 than I did the previous week, but in the end it was still a losing ticket thanks to Fresno State calling off the bulldogs in the fourth quarter of their win over Nevada. We’re getting to the midway point of the season already and I’m still looking to cash that first winning parlay at a crypto sportsbook. I’m moving ahead to Week 6 with positive vibes.

Most sportsbooks will eliminate a push on a parlay reducing the number of bets on the ticket by one. I had the first push of the season when I backed Louisiana at +11 in their game with Minnesota and things looked good at halftime. However, the Gophers scored the first 21 points of the second half and the Cajuns needed a late touchdown to make the final 35-24. Backing the UNDER in the Texas/Kansas matchup became a better bet when Jalon Daniels didn’t play. The Jayhawks didn’t have enough firepower to keep up losing 40-14. Still with a chance at a two-team winner, Fresno State allowed a late touchdown in its 27-9 win failing to cover the 25-point spread. Oh well, let’s move along to Week 6.

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Week 6 College Football Parlay Card Wagers

Kentucky +14.5

Oklahoma +6.5

Oregon State / Cal OVER 51

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Georgia has looked nothing like the dominant squad that won the last two national championships leaving me little choice but to back Kentucky plus the points on my college football parlay. UGA rallied from a 10-point deficit last week to beat Auburn, 27-20, failing to cover as a 14-point favorite. It was the third straight ATS loss for the Bulldogs, who have just one payout in five games. The week prior Georgia and UAB were tied early in the second quarter before the Dawgs pulled away, 49-21, though they failed to cover the 39.5-point line.

Kentucky’s offense is what will keep them within the line. They don’t pass the football particularly well, but Devin Leary has been sharp when needed. He has 10 TD passes and the Wildcats average 37 points. The workhorse is Ray Davis, who nearly set a program rushing record in last week’s win over Florida. Davis amassed 280 yards on 26 carries with three TDs and added another touchdown reception in the 33-14 triumph. And the Cats are pretty good on the other side of the ball allowing less than 300 yards and 15.2 points per game.

Rivalry games mean just a little more. And with Texas and Oklahoma both 5-0 entering the Red River Showdown there’s sure to some excitement surrounding this spectacle. Texas is favored because of its big game experience this season having beaten Alabama earlier. And the Horns look like the real deal with an explosive offense and a defense that’s held four opponents to 14 points or less four times.

But the Sooners have the wild card in Dillon Gabriel with the chance to avenge last year’s 49-0 pasting. Gabriel didn’t play in last season’s fiasco after getting hurt the week before, and OU struggled to move the football. The schedule has been lighter but the offense is a force averaging 510 yards and 47.4 points. OU has tallied at least 50 point three times and is 5-0 ATS this year.

The Beavers return to the Bay Area looking for the same kind of results they had in their season-opening 42-17 win over San Jose State. OSU flexed in last week’s 21-7 win over Utah but didn’t have to face the Utes’ top offensive players. I’m not saying the outcome would’ve been different, but the score likely would have been higher. OSU’s balanced attack led by D.J. Uiagalelei, Damien Martinez and Silas Bolden is likely to have a big game against Cal’s undersized defense. The Beavers rushed for 131 yards against Utah’s thick front and should score its share of points.

Cal’s been sneaky good on offense averaging 428 yards and 31 points with Sam Jackson V an efficient leader. Jaydn Ott and Isaiah Ifanse average more than 5.0 yards per carry with each scoring five touchdowns. The teams have played some high scoring games in the past and this could be another.

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