Week 6 Opening #NCAAF Lines via @FDSportsbook— The Duel (@TheDuelSports) October 2, 2018
No. 13 Kentucky @ Texas A&M (-5.5)
No. 1 Alabama @ Arkansas (+34.5)
No. 19 Texas vs. No. 7 Oklahoma (-7.5)
No. 4 Clemson @ Wake Forest (17.5)
No. 6 Notre Dame @ No. 24 Virginia Tech (+5.5)
No. 5 LSU @ No. 22 Florida (+2.5)
Perhaps, the most eye-catching of all these lines comes out of College Station, where an unranked Texas A&M is somehow being favored by nearly six points over a 5-0 and scorching No. 13 Kentucky team. A&M is 4-1 against the spread this season, but making the Aggies outright favorites by 5.5 is a little surprising.
Consecutive games allowing 30 points or less:— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) October 1, 2018
Alabama, Wisconsin 19
Fresno State, LSU 15
Florida State 9
Cincinnati, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Utah 6
Arizona State, Auburn, Florida, North Texas, Washington 5
No. 4 Clemson's new starting quarterback and true freshman Trevor Lawrence is still questionable after suffering a neck sprain in Week 5's nail-biter against Syracuse. The Tigers' spread over Wake Forest has fallen to just 17.5 points. Lawrence is expected to play.
Lastly, Alabama's Heisman-favorite quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and the Crimson Tide are facing -34.5 points on the road against Arkansas – 14.5 points less than their Week 5 favor over Louisiana Lafayette. Arkansas is 1-3-1 ATS, and the Razorbacks have already been handily beaten by more than 30 points against an SEC opponent, failing to cover.
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