NCAAF Betting - Top Four Ranked Teams Had Impressive Performances In Week 6

Kevin Stott

Sunday, October 9, 2016 6:34 PM UTC

Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016 6:34 PM UTC

NCAAF College Football Week 6 was a good one for the top four ranked teams in the country—Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and Michigan—with the four undefeated sides. Let’s see what our eyeballs learned east of Old Man River and make a Futures Book pick.


NCAAF Week 6 A Pretty Darn Good Week For the Four Top-Ranked Home CFP Contenders

NCAAF Week 6 gave the top four-ranked (Associated Press) teams a chance to rack up a Win with #1 Alabama, #2 Ohio State, #3 Clemson and #4 Michigan all rolling to easy victories and outscoring their respective opponents—Arkansas, Indiana, Boston College and Rutgers—by a combined 221-57 margin with the Crimson Tide -14½ at BetDSI, Heisman Trophy candidates JT Barrett and the Buckeyes -28a at 5Dimes and Deshaun Watson and the Tigers -18 -115 at Bookmaker—which has a 50% Free Play Bonus —and the Wolverines -30½ at Intertop also impressive in that three of those chalks won on the Road with the lone Home side (OSU) struggling somewhat with a game Indiana team in Columbus.

Top-ranked Alabama got out in front of #16 Arkansas early, then cruised and with a Defense superior to Clemson, Ohio State and Michigan, the Crimson Tide (4-2 ATS) look to be the one of these four teams destined to make the CFP Final Four with the loser of the Ohio State-Michigan Big Ten showdown at Columbus (Nov. 26; OSU -8, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook Games of the Year) possibly being supplanted by west of the Mississippi River powerhouse #5 Washington.

Michigan looked like the machine it’s become against Rutgers in New Brunswick with Khalid Hill (3 TDs) and the Wolverines jumping out to a 42-0 Halftime lead, then continuing to play great against the Scarlet Knights in a 78-0 humiliation. Michigan looks a little better than Ohio State at this point so the fact that this year’s game is in Columbus is huge for Urban Meyer and the 2nd-ranked Buckeyes.

And Clemson (6-0 SU, 4-2 ATS) clobbered Boston College, 56-10 showing off the Tigers Passing attack as Watson threw for 366 yards and 4 TDs with WR Deon Cain catching 2 of those TD tosses. The big game left on the Regular Season schedule for the Tigers is against #23 Florida State on Oct. 29 (CLEM -2½, SuperBook Games of the Year) at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee meaning that now Alabama, Clemson, the Ohio State-Michigan winner and Washington look to have the inside track to the Fiesta and Peach Bowls on Dec. 31 to try to advance onto the third CFP championship on Jan. 9 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The top four ranked teams are a combined 12-7 ATS.


NCAAF Futures Book Picks: Clemson -2½ over FSU, Oct. 29; Michigan +8 over Ohio State, Nov 26, (Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook)
NCAAF Picks Record: 9-3-0


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