Opening Spreads in NCAAF Week 6 See Early Money on UNLV, Nevada

Monday, October 1, 2018 12:58 PM UTC

Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 12:58 PM UTC

Only two NCAAF Week 6 games moved 2 points at BetOnline after release Sunday, both MWC sides with sharps backing UNLV and Nevada for their respective games against New Mexico and Fresno State.

NCAAF: Opening Line Report, Week 6 Thursday

HOUSTON -16½ Tulsa (down to -15½ -105 after release, BetOnline)
TROY -18½ Georgia State (down to -17½)

Friday

MARSHALL -7 Middle Tennessee State (up to -7½)
Georgia Tech -3 LOUISVILLE (up to -3½ -125)
BYU -2 Utah State (down to -1½ -115)

Saturday

Georgia Southern -11½ SOUTH ALABAMA (up to -13½ -120)
South Florida -13½ MASSACHUSETTS
#4 Clemson No Line WAKE FOREST >CLEM QB Lawrence—?
TEMPLE -13 -105 East Carolina
Northern Illinois -7 BALL STATE (down to -5 +100)
Syracuse -5 PITT (down to -4½ -105)
#13 CENTRAL FLORIDA -25½ -105 Smu
FLORIDA ATLANTIC -15½ Old Dominion (up to -16½ -115)
#3 OHIO STATE -28 Indiana (down to -27 -105)
#25 NC STATE No Line Boston College > BC RB Dillon—?
#6 Lsu -3 FLORIDA (down to -2½ -120)
SOUTH CAROLINA -1½ -105 Missouri (up to -2)
#16 MICHIGAN -17 Maryland (up to -18)
CINCINNATI -8½ Tulane (down to -7½)
Ohio -14 KENT STATE (down to -13 -105)
WESTERN MICHIGAN -3½ -115 Eastern Michigan
Buffalo -9 -115 CENTRAL MICHIGAN
AKRON -3 -105 Miami Ohio (up to -4 -105)
#7 Notre Dame -3½ -130 #23 VIRGINIA TECH (up to -4½ -135)
Illinois No Line RUTGERS >ILL QB Bush—?
#24 BOISE STATE -16 -105 San Diego State (up to -16½)
#22 COLORADO -1½ Arizona State (up to -3 -115)
Liberty -5 NEW MEXICO STATE (down to -4 -105)
North Texas No Line UTEP >UTEP QB Locksley?
#11 Washington -22 UCLA (down to -21 -105)
#14 STANFORD No Line Utah >STAN RB Love—?
Fresno State -13½ NEVADA (down to -11½ +100)
Washington State -15 -115 OREGON STATE
ARIZONA -1 -115 #24 Cal (up to -1½)
UNLV -11½ New Mexico (up to -13½ -115)
#19 MICHIGAN STATE -8½ -105 Northwestern
#8 WEST VIRGINIA -24 Kansas (up to -25 -115)
#1 Alabama -34½ ARKANSAS (up to -35 -115)
LOUISIANA TECH -8½ Uab (down to -7½ -105)
TEXAS A&M -6½ #17 Kentucky
#21 OKLAHOMA STATE -10 Iowa State
#2 GEORGIA -28½ Vanderbilt (down to -27 -105)
Iowa -2 MINNESOTA (up to -3 -115)

TOLEDO No Line Bowling Green >TOL QB Guadagni—?
#9 Auburn -4½ #23 MISSISSIPPI STATE (down to -3½)
AIR FORCE No Line Navy >AFA QB Sanders—?
OLE MISS -21 UL Monroe
#5 Oklahoma -8 -105 #20 Texas >at Dallas (down to -7½ -105)
MEMPHIS -32 Connecticut (up to -33 -115)
UL Lafayette -3½ -105 TEXAS STATE
Utsa -1½ RICE
BAYLOR -3 -115 Kansas State (down to -3)
#17 MIAMI FLORIDA -12 -115 Florida State (up to -13½ -115)
#12 WISCONSIN -22½ Nebraska
Colorado State -4½ San José State (down to -3 -105)
Hawai’i -2 -115 Wyoming (up to -3 -120)

BetOnline open, Don Best rotation order; vigorish -110 unless noted; HOME TEAM in CAPS

Fresh rankings from Sunday, September 30, 2018

Rebels, Wolf Pack Move 2 Points

Two MWC and Silver State schools, UNLV (3-1 ATS L4) and Nevada, saw their opening point spreads from sportsbook BetOnline move 2 points from action on the two teams for their Saturday games against New Mexico and Fresno State, respectively. The earliest money on the NCAAF Week 6 betting board made the Rebels (2-2 SU, 3-1 ATS) go from opening 11½-point up to -13½-point favorites (-115) for their game vs. Los Lobos (2-2 SU/ATS) at Sam Boyd Stadium (TurfTech); and the Wolf Pack (3-2 SU, 2-3 ATS) go down from 13½-point to 11½-point underdogs (+100) for their date with the Bulldogs (3-1 SU/ATS) at Mackay Stadium (FieldTurf) in Reno (FRESNO ST 3-1 TS L4).

Three other significant and sides the sharps and early bettors were on in FBS-lined games involving a Top 25 team that moved 1½ points: hosts and now #22-ranked Colorado (4-0 SU, 3-1 ATS) went from 1½- to 3-point chaks (-115) for the Pac-12 showdown vs. Arizona State (3-2 SU, 4-1 ATS) at Folsom Field (grass) in Boulder on Saturday; while visitors Vanderbilt (3-2 SU/ATS) got enough love to go from 28½- opening down to 27-point dogs (-105) for their game against #2 Georgia (5-0 SU, 2-3 ATS) from Sanford Stadium (grass) in Athens (VANDY 4-1 ATS L5).

And, #17 Miami of F-L-A went from 12 (-115) to 13½ (-115) for its game with Deondre Francois and Florida State from Hard Rock Stadium (grass) in Miami Gardens (FSU 5-1 ATS L5 at MIAMI). The Hurricanes lead the all-time series 32-20 and won 24-20 at FSU last season, barely covering ATS as 2½-point road favorites.

NCAAF WEEK 6 PICKS: Ohio State -28, LSU -2½ -120, West Virginia -25 -115 (BetOnline)

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