UA-59049186-1 CFB Picks: 2022 Week 6 - Good if it Goes

CFB Picks: 2022 Week 6

Last week: 3-1, Season: 13-12

Lines for this week’s CFB picks are from FanDuel and will continue to be until a sportsbook wants to give us money to plug them. FanDuel isn’t giving us any money, but we used DraftKings last year and they didn’t give us any money, either, so now it’s FanDuel’s turn. Really, you should shop around for the best lines and prices. We’re using FanDuel here for the sake of consistency.

Oklahoma +9.5 vs. Texas, game in Dallas (Cotton Bowl)

Oklahoma’s had a couple rough weeks, but I think people are really overrating Texas here. After a nail-biter loss to Alabama, Texas dropped one in overtime a couple weeks later against Texas Tech and has not really looked like a team that should be giving 9.5 here. And the line has been moving towards Texas. I like the Sooners and the points. If you’re feeling adventurous, Sooners moneyline.

Auburn +29.5 at Georgia

Auburn and LSU took turns trying to lose a week ago, with Auburn pulling out the loss. Georgia very nearly lost to Mizzou. 29.5 is too many to lay in a rivalry game when Georgia hasn’t exactly looked dominant.

Miami (OH) +5.5 vs. Kent State

S&P+ likes the RedHawks to win by (effectively) four. They’re getting 5.5 more from your friends at FanDuel.

Northwestern +10.5 vs. Wisconsin

Wisconsin has looked anywhere from underwhelming to awful this season, just fired their coach, and now takes a trip to Evanston to play a team that has a talent for making things difficult. Take the ‘Cats and the points. Another potential upset for the really adventurous.

Oregon -13.5 at Arizona

Another one from Bill C. S&P+ likes the Ducks by (effectively) 23. Your author concurs.

Oklahoma State -9.5 vs. Texas Tech

Oklahoma State is playing great football and gets this one at home. Your author doubts TTU’s ability to keep up with them, and especially now that the line has crossed 10, likes the Cowboys here.

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