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College Football 2023 Preview Week 6

College Football 2023 Preview Week 6. There are four games between ranked teams this week.

Ranked Games for Week 6

It’s the first time No. 1 Georgia will go against another ranked team, so we’ll see if they still deserve to be on the top.

No. 3 Texas takes on No. 12 Oklahoma, No. 10 Notre Dame is matched with No. 25 Louisville, and No. 21 Missouri plays No. 23 LSU. These games are magnets for sports betting enthusiasts as the season heats up.

Saturday, October 7                                                                    

  • 1 Georgia (5-0) vs. No. 20 Kentucky (5-0) – Georgia (-14, 48)
  • 2 Michigan (5-0) at Minnesota (3-2) – Michigan (-19.5, 47.5)
  • 3 Texas (5-0) vs. No. 12 Oklahoma (5-0) – Texas (-5, 59)
  • 4 Ohio State (4-0) vs. Maryland (5-0) – Ohio State (-17.5, 55.5)
  • 5 Florida State (4-0) vs. Virginia Tech (2-3) – Florida State (-25.5, 53)
  • 9 Southern Cal (5-0) vs. Arizona (3-2) – Southern Cal (-21.5, 72)
  • 10 Notre Dame (5-1) at No. 25 Louisville (5-0) – Notre Dame (-6.5, 52.5)
  • 11 Alabama (4-1) at Texas A&M (4-1) – Alabama (-3, 50)
  • 13 Washington State (4-0) at UCLA (3-1) – UCLA (-4.0, 59)
  • 14 North Carolina (4-0) vs. Syracuse (4-1) – North Carolina (-8.5, 58.5)
  • 15 Oregon State (4-1) at Cal (3-2) – Oregon State (-10, 52.5)
  • 16 Ole Miss (4-1) vs. Arkansas (2-3) – Ole Miss (-11, 62.5)
  • 17 Miami (Fla) (4-0) vs. Georgia Tech (2-3) – Miami (-20.5, 59.5)
  • 21 Missouri (5-0) vs. No. 23 LSU (3-2) – LSU (-6.5, 62.5)
  • 24 Fresno State (5-0) at Wyoming (4-1) – Fresno State (-6.5, 46.5)

Georgia Gets Their First Test

The Bulldogs have been at No. 1 since the season started, even with a couple of slow starts. Last week, they had to come from behind to win against SEC rival Auburn. This week, they meet with another SEC East team, Kentucky Wildcats. Both are unbeaten, which makes this even more exciting.

Kentucky’s running back Ray Davis rushed for 280 yards and three touchdowns against Florida last week, but can he duplicate that against Georgia’s defense? Georgia’s tight end Brock Bowers instigated their comeback against Auburn. In the last 20 minutes of the game, he had six catches for 148 yards and the game-winning touchdown. I wonder if these two players will stand out in Saturday’s game.

It’s Time for the Red River Rivalry

No. 3 Texas has had a great run so far this year. Along with No. 12 Oklahoma, they are the only two Big 12 teams that are undefeated, which makes this next game in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas all the more enticing. The winner will lead the Big 12.

Texas hasn’t been 5-0 since they played for the national title. They didn’t have to come from behind in their game against Kansas, but they still pulled away in the second half when quarterback Quinn Ewers led three scoring drives. And their defense held the Kansas passing game to only nine completions.

Oklahoma’s Dillon Gabriel passed for 366 yards and three touchdowns against Iowa State in Week 5. He also ran for two TDs in the 50-20 win. The Longhorns show no signs of slowing, so it might be best to bet on them.

Newly Ranked Louisville Has to Prove Their Worth

Louisville’s new head coach, Jeff Brohm, gets to show why his unbeaten team belongs in the top 25. It’s their first match against a ranked team. Not so for Notre Dame. This is their third.

The latest challenge was against Duke in Week 5. Notre Dame’s quarterback Sam Hartman ran for 17 yards on a 4th-and-16. That put them in field goal range, which would have won the game. Instead, with 31 seconds to go, they gave the ball to running back Audric Estime, who rushed 30 yards for the TD to win. Notre Dame is a good team that takes chances. Their luck should hold out against Louisville enough to cover the spread.

Rising Stars Missouri Meet LSU on Their Way Down

Missouri’s quarterback, Brady Cook, has completed 75% of his passes for 1,468 yards and 11 touchdowns, averaging 10.4 passing yards per play. He now has the SEC record for most passes without an interception (348). The previous record was 325. His favorite target is Luther Burden, who caught 11 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns in last week’s win against Vanderbilt.

LSU’s defense has been struggling. They allowed 711 yards in their loss against Ole Miss. Their offense can win against Missouri if the defense gives them the time they need on the field. I don’t see LSU making a comeback on this one.

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