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Scott Van Pelt makes his predictions against the spread with Auburn-Florida and Texas-West Virginia is among the games.
Here's a look at the weekly bid trends. One good thing: Red-haired is a favorite of the road. Since 1978, in a duel of two undefeated top-10 AP teams, at least four games a season, the road favorite is 5-16 against the spread.
These betting tips are based on coaching practice reports and media conferences.
The choice of Stanford Steve and the Bear.
GameDay College Departs for Ireland in 2020
Res Davis announces that GameDay College Crew is going to Dublin Ireland for the Navy on August 29, 2020.
For the first time, GameDay College is going abroad next season, heading to Dublin, Ireland, for the Navy-Notre Dame game to be held on August 29 at Aer Lingus 2020 College Football Classic at Aviva Stadium.
This will be the third time the Navy and Notre Dame have played in Dublin with two playing in 1996 at Croke Park and in 2012 at Aviv.
Top 25 games
In order of playing time; all lines courtesy of Caesar Sports
No. 7 Rudy at No. 10 Florida
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
How to Watch: CBS
Row: Red – 2.5
And our best line: Red QB Because the Knicks are facing the Florida defense, which is the second time responds to the FBS with 24 bags. Nix's 24 percent completion rate when the pressure is ranked 121st out of 126 qualified opponents this season.
Green Bowling at No. 9 Notre Dame
Time: 3:30 Mon. ET
How to Watch: NBC
Row: Notre Dame – 45.5
And our best line: Green bowling allows 221 yards per game, 11th per IAC and 117th in the FBS. Last week, Notre Dame's Tony Jones, Jr. ran for a career-high 131 yards and three touchdowns.
No. 11 Texas in West Virginia
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
How to Watch: ABC and ESPN App
Row: Texas – 10
And Our Best Line: The Texas defense allowed 314.5 yards per game (124th) in the FBS), but Austin Kendall's WVU QB was ineffective in throwing 20 yards down, finishing 22.2% (109th in the FBS) and not hitting the target by 66.7% (124th in the FBS).
No. 3 Georgia in Tennessee
Time: 7:00. ET
How to Watch: ESPN and ESPN App
Row: Georgia – 24.5
And Our Best Line: Tennessee lost 21 straight games against top 5 opponents AP beat No. 4 LSU in 2005, the third longest running streak in SEC history.
No. 25 Michigan State # 4 Ohio
Time: 7:30 AM ET
How to Watch: ABC and ESPN App
Row: Ohio State – 20
And Our Best Row: Ohio State has won the last three meetings, including the previous two in a combined 65 points. But the Spartans have won two of their last three visits to Columbus.
Tulsa at # 24 SMU
Time: 7:30 pm. ET
How to Watch: ESPNU and ESPN App
Row: SMU – 13
And our best line: SMU first started 5-0 since 1983. A win would give the Broncos their first start 6-0 or better since 1982, when a team led by Eric Dickerson / Craig James won the first 10 games and finished 11-0-1 and finished second in the final AP poll.
California at No. 13 Oregon
Time: 8:00 PM ET
How to Watch: Nov
Row: Oregon – 20
And our best line: Oregon has won nine of its last 10 meetings, with only Cal losing in 2016. The Golden Bears have not beaten ducks in Eugene since 2007.
No. 15 Washington at Stanford
Time: 10:30 Mon. ET
How to Watch: ESPN and ESPN App
Row: Washington – 15
And our best line: Washington is looking for its first win in Palo Alto since 2007. Losing on the road to a five-game Huskies game five is tied to the longest in the history of the
series. 16 Boise State at UNLV
Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
How to Watch: CBS Sports Network
Row: Boise State – 23
And our best line: UNLV, which has never ranked in the AP poll, is 4- 41 against rating opponents and lost 21 such a game. The last time Rebs defeated a ranked opponent was in 2008 against No. 15 Arizona.
What the Games Mean
No. 6 Oklahoma 45, Kansas 20
The Sonans spent their most brutal first half of the season, trailing by one moment in Kansas and spending only seven to 31 seconds to half. They turned him down on a cruise to get a 25-point win, but the issues raised – especially on the offensive line – would be something that Lincoln Riley & Co. should carefully examine the eve of Red River's main showdown against Texas. – Sam Khan, Jr.
No. 8 Wisconsin 48, Kent, State 0
The dominance of early Wisconsin seasons was impressive. The Badgers already have the highest scores (3) since 1937, and they have become the first Big Ten team since 1973 in Michigan, tripling opponents in the first five games. Jim Leonard's defense restored the national elite, which he demonstrated from 2015 to 2017 under three different coordinators (Dave Aranda, Justin Wilcox, Leonhard). Quartback Jack Coan has rebounded well from the northwestern lane against Kent, though his performance remains under the microscope. The main thing for the crew of Paul Christ's crew is the repetition of his efficiency on the road, initially against Illinois before the Oct. 26 debriefing in Ohio, a potential preliminary preview of the Big Ten Championship game. Road wins against the top 10 opponents is one field that Wisconsin rarely checks, so further progress next week in Champaign is important. – Adam Rittenberg
No. 12 Penn State 35, Purdue 7
Penn State's schedule will soon become much tougher, but James Franklin's team continues to look like Ohio's top contender in the Big Ten Eastern Division. The Lions went on a 94-0 run – from Pitt's game until the second quarter of Saturday – before allowing Purdue's touchdown, their only score surrendered. Brent Prie's quick and physical defense shows his depth up front, and the unit responded well to James Franklin's challenge to Maryland to improve on third down (Purdue went 1 of 14). Another effective performance from quarterback Sean Clifford (264 passing yards, 3 touchdowns) is encouraging, though the offense will indeed be rehearsed in the next two weeks against Iowa State (road) and Michigan (home). If the Lions stay perfect, start touring Columbus on November 23 as the year of the year. – Adam Rittenberg
No. 19 Michigan 10, No. 14 Iowa 3
Michigan's defense forced four turnovers, including three interceptions by Nate Stanley in Iowa, who threw 139 straight passes. The Wolverines kept 1 general yard in Iowa with the help of eight Michigan sacks. However, their offense began after passing the 51 yard in the first quarter and never seemed to have accelerated Iowa's defense. It was an uncharacteristic offensive for Iowa, but it doesn't take its toll on Penny State and Wisconsin later in the season. Michigan, meanwhile, needs to find its offensive base that it struggles throughout the season if it passes through Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn and Ohio. – Tom VanHaren
Cincinnati 27, # 18 UCF 24 (Friday)
You can't really beat the ACF with speed, but on Friday night at Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati has surpassed the knights – barely – – with everything else: physicality, tactics, departure, field position and crowds just as tumultuous as the one usually found in the UCF Bounce House. Cincy is now in the driver's seat of the AAS East, and Josh Hepel's Knights are facing more trouble than in a while: now they have lost twice in three games for the first time since the end of 2016. – Bill Connelly  Best Week 6
Credit Where the Credit Is
Yes, of course, there is a guy who plays drums upside down in a Michigan drum position. But isn't the hero whose boyfriend holds him?
– FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 5, 2019
We have to stop punching players during the TD TD Celebration pic.twitter.com/hAtSiD6ghk
– Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 5, 2019
The Story of Another Uniforms  Louisville honors Muhammad Ali native of Louisville, with black and white uniforms with typography imitating Ali's boxing gown.  Fresh 🔥 by @adidasFballUS this weekend! #BeatBC | #GoCards pic.twitter.com/lhPQj49GEZ
– Louisville Football (@UofLFootball) October 1, 2019
Ole Miss will pay tribute to Chuckie Mullins
– Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) October 3, 2019
History ]] First, Cincinnati ended the winning streak of the 19th UCF conference game. Then, a Twitter account of football in Cincinnati added an extra sprinkle of pixie dust .
# 18 Central Florida 24 pic.twitter.com/pGxu42SvqB  – Cincinnati Bearcats (@GoBEARCATS) October 5, 2019 
In the mood to get weird crawling from a Montana Grizzly fight song? Watch as Keith Morrison read the lyrics of Datelin's song.
Honoring Florida Traders
Leonard George and Willy Jackson, Florida's first two African-American players, will serve as honorary captains for Saturday's game in Florida and Auburn for the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Gators Team.
Turning off the lights
There was a slight crash Thursday night at the 27-17 victory over East Carolina.
The lights are cut when the WR Jadan Blue Temple is being dismantled in East Carolina.