Week 6 NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews

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The card from Week 6 of the 2014 college football season is the best one thus far as there are several monster matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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On Thursday October 2nd over ESPN TV it will be a PAC 12 conference showdown as the Arizona Wildcats will pay a visit to the Oregon Ducks. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Oregon Ducks favored by -22 ½ points. Oregon is in a major revenge spot after the Wildcats win by margin at home last year.

Saturday October 4th it will be wall to wall excitement. It gets underway at 12PM Eastern Time as the Texas A&M Aggies will travel to play the Mississippi St Bulldogs on ESPN TV. This battle of undefeated teams has the home team Mississippi St Bulldogs favored by -1 points. Mississippi St behind quarterback Dak Prescott was very impressive two weeks back in a win at LSU at night.

Over on FOX TV at 3:30PM Eastern Time it’s a Big 12 conference showdown as the Oklahoma Sooners will travel to play the TCU Horned Frogs. Oklahoma is lined as a -5 point favorite. The question is can Horned Frogs quarterback Trevone Boykin convert critical third down plays.

The SEC on CBS TV at 3:30PM Eastern Time features the Alabama Crimson Tide traveling to face the Mississippi Bulldogs in a battle o undefeated teams. Alabama is favored by -5 points. If Bo Wallace can avoid mistakes the Rebels can make this a game.

On NBC TV at 3:30PM Eastern Time it’s the Stanford Cardinal visiting the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Stanford is the road -1 point favorite. Kevin Hogan led his Cardinal into the end zone late last week in a win at Washington as many had criticized the Stanford quarterback for his lack of big plays late in games.

In prime time at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN the LSU Tigers will be on the road to face the Auburn Tigers. There is a lot of respect for Auburn as they are lined as a -9 point favorite. LSU’s defense was torched two weeks ago in a home loss to Mississippi St.

At 8PM Eastern Time over on ABC it will be a Big Ten conference showdown as the Nebraska Cornhuskers travels to face the Michigan St Spartans. The home side Michigan St Spartans are favored by -9 ½ points. Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah has been putting up some impressive numbers this year.

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