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College Football Week 6 Parlays - NCAAF Picks & Parlays

Written by: Grant Mitchell
Published October 5, 2023
10 min read

Many of the nation’s best College Football teams are back in action in Week 6, and we’re here to provide our best bets and parlays.

There are only a couple of months until the postseason and the Bowl Games arrive. Georgia is still the favorite to win the national championship, but several competitors will fancy themselves to pull off an upset.

Here are our favorite College Football parlay picks for Week 6 action.

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College Football Week 6 parlay for +647 odds

Best College Football Parlays Week 6

Colorado -4 at Arizona State

The Buffaloes are coming off two losses to top-10 opponents but are taking a significant step back in competition against a 1-4 Sun Devils squad. The Buffs scored 41 points and finally got their running game going (45 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns) last week.

Colorado also uncovered a couple of freshmen that could turn into serious contributors in wideout Omarion Miller and corner Cormani McClain. The CU defense has allowed the ninth-most points per game in Division I but is facing a team that has already had four quarterbacks take double-digit snaps and that did not throw for a touchdown last week.

The Sun Devils have a decent spread of ability on offense but are only 91st in total yards. They’re also 113th in turnover margin and won’t have much of a home-field advantage in an estimated 101-degree temperature at kick-off since Colorado prides itself on its conditioning. 

No. 22 Kentucky +15 at No. 1 Georgia

Georgia narrowly escaped a would-be upset loss to Auburn last week but was far from convincing. QB Carson Beck threw for 313 yards, a touchdown, and an interception, while the running game was limited to 107 yards on 30 carries in what turned out to be a 27-20 win.

UGA is the national champion favorite, but they’re shockingly yet to cover the spread once this season. This feels like the same effect the Kansas City Chiefs regularly deal with since the public is willing to lay large amounts of points, sometimes more than they should, because of the name-brand value Georgia holds.

Kentucky is not at UGA’s level but is 5-0 and just beat No. 22 Florida 33-14 last week. They’ve run for 852 yards and 10 touchdowns in five games and were excellent on the ground last week, though they will find it much more difficult against the Bulldogs' defensive line. Watch for the Wildcats’ defense that ranks 18th in yards per play and 19th in points allowed per game to help them cover.

Texas A&M ML vs. No. 11 Alabama

Alabama QB Jalen Milroe looked better against Mississippi State last week but struggled in this exact matchup when filling in for an injured Bryce Young last year, going 12/19 for 111 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. The Crimson Tide leaned into the run heavily during that outing and will hope to do the same this time around, but A&M only allows 2.88 yards per rush (15th in the nation).

A&M does not have the most consistent offense in the world, but then again, neither does Alabama. There’s also a strong argument to be made that the Aggies are more explosive than their rival. Bama’s defense is 17th in points allowed per game (14.2) but cannot turn it on in key moments as it has previously, as proven during the Texas loss.

With Bama’s run game only averaging 4.1 yards per carry and nobody on the receiving corps cracking 190 yards in five games, we expect this to be a very low-scoring game. The under is strongly in play, but we think the Aggies can pull the upset at home just like they did in 2021.

Head over to Caesars Sportsbook and place your bets using our exclusive link! 

What Is a College Football Parlay?

A college football parlay is a combination of multiple college football picks into one large bet.

In order for the bet to hit, every individual pick, known as a leg, must come true. Parlays offer bettors the chance to win exponentially larger payouts if they are willing to accept the extra risk.

Certain jurisdictions do not allow users to bet on in-state colleges. If you cannot find a local school on your sportsbook, that could be why.

What Type of Bets Can Be Included in a Parlay?

Parlays can include standard major markets such as spreads, moneylines, and points totals, as well as props, if your state allows you to bet on college props.

College Football Parlay Betting Tips

The number-one rule to finding the best value for college football parlays is to line shop across different sportsbooks.

It’s also important to remember not to place contradictory bets. For example, it would be conflicting to take an underdog team to win but for their star quarterback to hit the under on his passing yards.

You should never include bets just to bump the value of your parlay. Stick to what you are the most confident in and leave it at that.

Users can also try adding safer alternate lines for the total or spread to lessen the risk of their parlay. For example, moving a spread of +4 to +7.5 would provide a full touchdown of comfort without greatly affecting the value of the parlay.

How to Bet on College Football Parlays?

All that you need to do to place a college football parlay is to create an account (or log into your account) at a sportsbook, submit a deposit, add your favorite picks to your bet slip, and then assign a stake to the parlay.

Users can monitor the status of their parlays in the sportsbook. If one leg misses, the parlay will instantly be marked as a loss.

Restrictions for college football betting vary by state. More information on the rules can be found in our college football betting guide.

Check out our sportsbook reviews and top online sportsbook promo code pages to help jumpstart your college football betting experience.

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