NCAA Football Week 6 Picks Of the Day For Friday Night

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Thursday, October 6, 2016 9:18 PM GMT

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#3 Clemson Tigers (5-0) vs Boston College Eagles (3-2)

Clemson Comes To B.C. With a Ton Of Momentum

This is an understatement as some teams have a "hollow record" in which they're undefeated and haven't faced any legitimate competition. In the Clemson Tigers' case, they're coming off of 42-36 victory over a Louisville Cardinals team that were on quite a run of upsets themselves. Defeating superstar quarterback, Lamar Jackson, is a feather in the cap for Clemson QB, Deshaun Watson. Watson wasn't perfect as he threw 3 picks against the Cardinals defense, but he more than made up for it as he threw for 306 yards and 5 TD's while also running for 91 yards as running back, Wayne Gallman added another 100-yard rushing game to his resume. Clemson is so deadly to an inferior squad such as Boston College as they can beat the Eagles in so many different ways along with possessing an outstanding defense.

A Loaded Tigers Offense

A good team need's a well-balanced attack and Clemson has that with the leadership of Watson and the running of Gallman. Gallman has had major success in his collegiate career as he rushed for over 1500 yards last season to go along with 13 TD's. With the combination of Gallman and Watson running the ball, this should open up the passing game for the Tigers.

Clemson has 5 different receivers with 2 receiving TD's or more led by receiver Mike Williams. The junior has caught a touchdown pass in each of his last two games and leads the Tigers with 373 yards. Williams possesses great size at 6 foot 3, 225 pounds and this has enabled him to have games like he did in the season opener when he lit the Auburn Tigers up for 174 yards on 9 receptions. Look for the Auburn offense to control this game with Deshaun Watson leading the way as Boston College doesn't have the defense to stop Watson.

Feasting Off Of the Weak

This is just what the Eagles have been doing as two of their convincing wins have come against inferior competition in Buffalo and Wagner. When they faced an AP Top 25 team such as the Virginia Tech Hokies, the Eagles were handled quite easily, 49-0. Senior quarterback, Patrick Towles, has shown that he can be effective against the weaker teams, but using the Virginia Tech game as a barometer for how good Towles really is, he was 9 for 28 for 80 yards and 1 INT against the Hokies. I don't expect him to play that poorly again, but he and his team simply don't have the talent to compete with Clemson in which should be a blowout.

Free College Football Pick: Clemson Tigers -17
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#19 Boise State Broncos (4-0) vs New Mexico Lobos (2-2)

Good Genetics

Good genetics must run in the Rypien family as Boise State quarterback Brett Rypien is looking to follow in his uncle Mark Rypien's footsteps. Mark Rypien was a Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the Washington Redskins and Brett Rypien is a sophomore QB out of Spokane, Washington that had an outstanding freshman season for Boise State and has followed it up with a great start to his 2nd year as a collegiate athlete. What makes Rypien special is his ability to run the offense and not force the football. A good offensive line also helps, but Rypien has great players at his disposal and utilizes their talents to the fullest.

Shouldering the Load

This is an understatement for running back, Jeremy McNichols and the Broncos running game. McNichols has 7 of the 8 Broncos rushing touchdowns and also leads Boise State with 89 carries for 504 yards. The 2nd leading rusher on Boise State has just 15 carries. The Lobos know that they'll have to stop McNichols to have a chance in this game as they're a 17.5 point underdog in the college football odds board.

Thomas Sperbeck

He's the other option in the Boise State offense as he leads the Broncos with 431 yards and 3 TD's. Sperbeck already has 3 - 100 yard receiving games to his credit this season and we're likely to see a fourth in this game.

Where the Lobos are concerned, I don't expect them to offer much resistance to the Broncos. They possess a defense that allows 32.6 points to weak opposition and there's a lack of firepower in their offense. New Mexico's leading receiver, Matt Quarells, has just 121 yards on 7 receptions and this is a team that relies on their rushing game. While the running game is very formidable, this team hasn't dealt with the likes of Boise State and it will be a rude awakening for the Lobos as this game is a complete mismatch.

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Pick- Boise State Broncos -17.5
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