Can #4 Boise State continue to dominate - and can they cover in the largest spread in Week 6 of NCAAF betting?

Moving away from Week 5, Week 6 for college football betting now presents us with the largest margin in the current pointspread.  Currently # 4 Boise State is a 39-point favorite to beat Toledo on Saturday, with a 57 ½-point total.

With live updated odds from SBR in the article, we'll see if that remains true as kickoff inches closer.  But at any rate, this spread is no joke as I like Boise State to cover in this blowout at home.

Toledo Rockets (+39) (3-2 Overall)

With more wins than losses Toledo still averages more points against than points scored, thanks to a Week 1 blowout at the hands of Arizona, 41-2.

Losing to ranked teams four games in a row, Toledo is even planning to manage a competition to win the starting quarterback job Saturday, as Austin Dantin was benched last week for freshman Terrance Owens.  Coach Tim Beckman will give both players time against Boise State, certainly as they have not faced a team of this caliber yet.

Toledo averages just 155.8 yards passing and 127.2 yards rushing per game.  The rushers average only 3.3 yards per carry collectively, and Toledo doesn't look like they can compete with the Broncos.

Kellen Moore#4 Boise State Broncos (-39) (4-0 Overall)

Boise State ranks in the top-20 in average passing and rushing yards, as well as average points for and against.  Interestingly, the average margin of victory for the Broncos is 30 points - including #10 Virginia Tech and #24 Oregon State on their schedule, who are now not ranked.

Yet the fact remains that Boise State, unlike other major powerhouses, need large victories to have a shot at a National Championship.  At home and combined with such motivation - a 40+ point rout is certainly not out of the question.

Boise State has won 18 in a row and hasn't lost since September 8, 2001 at home. 

Last week, when starting quarterback Kellen Moore was pulled after a touchdown pass to begin the second half - the Broncos added 28 more to beat New Mexico State 59-0.


Moore could have a field day, as the Rockets are 11th in the Mid-American Conference with 255.2 passing yards allowed per game.

Coming off of a 608-yard game offensively, Boise State should dominate in this matchup.  While a 39-point victory or more performance is not a given, I like it much more than going against the Broncos here.

In college football betting, Boise State has won against the spread three out of four times, as well as in regards to the over.  At 39 points for the spread and a 59 ½-point total, it seems as though Boise State is ready to cover and hit the over once again.

Take a look at the Week 6 marquee matchups in NCAAF betting and other NCAAF matchups covered by SBR.  With SBR's live odds and the NCAA Football Handicapping Forum, SBR gives you all you need to make the best decision pertaining to college football betting.

At about four points less than last week's spread for the Broncos - perhaps Boise State will continue to dominate and cover in their schedule.