Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: College Football Week 6

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: College Football Week 6

by October 10, 2020 0 comments

It’s time to get hot. I am not a fan of this cold streak that I am on. The good news is, there is a lot to love on the board this weekend. I still have a winning record this year and a very high winning percentage for college football. Its time to find that magic. Let’s have a weekend.

All lines are courtesy of Jazz Sportsbook.

2020 Record: 22-21

Virginia Tech vs. North Carolina (-3)

It has been said once, and it will be repeated, you should be in love with North Carolina this season, especially Sam Howell. North Carolina took a big leap last season in Mack Brown‘s first season back with the Tarheels, and they took an even bigger leap this season. They may not compete for the ACC or the college football playoffs, but they are a tier below that. Hammer North Carolina this week.

Miami (+15) vs Clemson

Clemson is a very good football team, but you can argue that Miami is also a very good football team. This is a slap in the face for the Hurricanes, as they are a true playoff contender. This will be their first big test on the season, but you shouldn’t be convinced that they will not win this game. D’Eriq King is the quarterback that Miami has been desperately searching for. Therefore, they will, for sure, cover this week, which is why you should be leaning towards an upset victory for Miami.

Florida State vs. Notre Dame (-20)

The only thing there is to say about this is Notre Dame is very good, and Florida State is very bad. Emphatically hammer Notre Dame.

Florida (-5) vs. Texas A&M

The tandem of Kyle Trask and Kyle Pitts is among the best in the game. If Florida had even a mediocre defense, they would be serious National Championship contenders. However, you shouldn’t be scared of Kellen Mond enough to worry about Florida’s defense in this game. Hence, Florida will win, and they will win big today.

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