Week 6 NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews

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The college football regular season moves into Week 6 with several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action begins Thursday October 4th at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Houston Cougars host the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Houston Cougars favored by -16 ½ points. Tulsa enters off a bye with a three game losing streak after dropping a 31-17 decision at Temple. Houston was able to bounce back from a 63-49 defeat at Texas Tech by beating FCS school Texas Southern at home 70-14. Cougars are 3-1.

Friday October 5th at 7PM Eastern Time the Louisville Cardinals are home to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on ESPN TV. Georgia Tech is favored on the road by -3. Cougars defense is surrendering 500 yards per game. These are two teams struggling with 2-3 records. Yellow Jackets broke a three game losing streak blowing out a bad MAC team in Bowling Green 63-17. Louisville has a two game losing streak after a 28-24 defeat to Florida St. Their two wins came against a rebuilding Western Kentucky and Indiana St team. Cardinals are averaging only 18.4 points per game.

The Saturday card features a good one at 3:30PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Florida Gators host LSU Tigers. LSU is favored on the road by -2 ½ points. Tigers have won four of their past five games against the Gators. LSU quarterback Joe Burrow had an accurate game in their 45-16 home victory to Ole Miss last week. Florida put on a great defensive performance in their 13-6 road win at Mississippi St for their third straight victory. Gators only loss came in a 27-16 defeat at home to Kentucky in Week two.

On ABC TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Virginia Tech Hokies have a home date with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Notre Dame is favored by -4 ½ points. Ian Book had another good game and the Fighting Irish rushing game was superb in their 38-17 victory to Stanford. Notre Dame is now 5-0. Virginia Tech bounced back from a bad 49-35 defeat at Old Dominion by defeating Duke on the road 31-15. Hokies lost their starting quarterback Josh Jackson to a broken leg in the loss to the Monarchs. Backup now starter Ryan Willis threw for 332 yards and three touchdowns in their win.

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