Week 6 of the College Football season is here, and with that, we have a strong three-leg parlay that you could build right now at DraftKings Sportsbook with odds of +595.
With that, let’s dive into Week 6.
Pick: Rutgers +3 (-110) at DraftKings
Helping kick off this Week 6 slate is Rutgers hosting Nebraska. Rutgers are three-point home underdogs, and we’ll take them in this one.
Nebraska has gotten decent play out of quarterback Casey Thompson. Still, the Cornhuskers’ defense has been atrocious in all aspects of the game, allowing nearly 470 yards of total offense per game.
Rutgers has had a bit of a carousel at the quarterback position due to injury, but they’ll be able to move the ball on the ground against Nebraska.
Rutgers isn’t exactly a National Championship contender, but under head coach Greg Schiano, they perform better on defense than Nebraska, ranking 18th in total yards allowed per game at 282.2.
Again, Rutgers isn’t a good team, but neither is Nebraska. Laying three points on the road isn’t something we’re interested in with the Cornhuskers.
Pick: Over 49 (-110) at DraftKings
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We initially looked at the spread in this one, but 30 points is just too much to lay right now. There’s a chance that Auburn could have quarterback T.J. Finley back for this one. However, one injury we know that’ll keep someone out of the game is Georgia defensive tackle and future top-five draft pick Jalen Carter.
Auburn starting Robby Ashford is less than exciting, but with Carter out, this could help running back Tank Bigsby get going. He’s been solid this season, averaging 4.8 yards per carry and adding four touchdowns.
The Bulldogs will score in this one, no doubt, but the Tigers should also be able to find themselves in the end zone enough times to propel this over the 49 total.
Pick: Ohio State -27 (-110) at DraftKings
On the road against Michigan State, 27 points is a lot to lay no matter what team you are, but the Ohio State offense is far too good.
Last year in Columbus, Ohio State beat the Spartans 56-7. And this year, the Spartans don’t appear to have a roster set to stand up to them, ranking 115th in the country in passing yards allowed per game.
In the last two weeks, the Spartans have scored 20 total points. They scored 28 against Washington and blew out Akron, but that blowout is to be expected.
Michigan State will have no answers for this passing attack.
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