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Here is your first look at the Week 6 college football point spreads

Some (aka, "Aaron Torres") called last Saturday "Show Me Something" - as Georgia and Alabama separated from the pack, while others like Arkansas, Ole Miss and Notre Dame fell back to the pack (and Texas A&M fell out of the pack all together).

Well heading into next Saturday things are no different, as we somehow have seemingly just as many marquee games. Alabama and Georgia hit the road at Texas A&M and Auburn respectively, while we have a Top 5 showdown between Penn State and Iowa Saturday afternoon at Kinnick Stadium.

Oh, and we also have the Red River Shootout and an intriguing game between Michigan and Nebraska, among many others.

Here are your first look at the Week 6 college football point spreads, presented by DraftKings Sportsbook:

Temple at No. 5 Cincinnati (-28.5) - O/U 53.5 (Friday)
Stanford at No. 22 Arizona State (-10.5) - O/U 52.5 (Friday)
No. 6 Oklahoma (-3.5) vs. No. 21 Texas - O/U 63.5
No. 13 Arkansas at No. 17 Ole Miss (-6) - O/U 66
Maryland at No. 7 Ohio State (-20.5) - O/U 68.5
South Carolina at Tennessee (-10) - O/U 53
Vanderbilt at Florida (-39) - O/U 58.5
Virginia at Louisville (-3) - O/U 65.5
Wisconsin (-8.5) at Illinois - O/U 42
No. 2 Georgia (-14.5) at No. 18 Auburn - O/U 45
Boise State at No. 10 BYU (-4) - O/U 56
Florida State at North Carolina (-17) - O/U 63.5
No. 19 Wake Forest (-6.5) at Syracuse - O/U 56.5
No. 24 SMU (-14) at Navy - O/U 57.5
No. 4 Penn State at No. 5 Iowa (-3) - O/U 41.5
No. 9 Michigan (-3) at Nebraska - O/U 52.5
LSU at No. 16 Kentucky (-3.5) - O/U 52.5
No. 1 Alabama (-17) at Texas A&M - O/U 50.5
Utah at USC (-3.5) - O/U 51
New Mexico at No. 25 San Diego State (-19) - O/U 44.5

First off, how lucky are we to get a second straight absolutely loaded weekend of ball?

Among the things that jump out this week, is that either the oddsmakers have a ton of respect for Alabama and Georgia, a lack of respect in A&M and Auburn, or both, with the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the country both over two-touchdown favorites on the road.

That Michigan-Nebraska line is also especially intriguing. Yes, Michigan looked awesome last week, but Nebraska is also suddenly surging, after stomping Northwestern on the road. Also in the Big Ten, the oddsmakers seem to be real believers in Ohio State to bounce back, marking them as a three score favorite against Maryland.

Oh, and speaking of the Big Ten - umm, what to make of that Iowa-Penn State line? Feels about right to us.

Finally, after five straight weeks of "Meh" football, just how good is Oklahoma? We should find out Saturday, in their toughest test so far, in Dallas.


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