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Here are Saturday’s six games and how we see them playing out (with all odds via FOX Bet).
Maryland @ No. 7 Ohio State (12 p.m. ET Saturday, FOX)
This game had a little more luster last Friday evening before Maryland was smacked around by Iowa in College Park, but there’s still nothing like a Big Ten contest to get the college football day started.
Of note: The Terrapins have never beaten the Buckeyes in six tries since joining the Big Ten in 2014. And since their loss to Oregon in Week 2, Ohio State has averaged 52 points per game, as CJ Stroud has lived up to the hype as one of the best quarterback prospects in the country. This feels like a rout.
PICK: Ohio State to win by 18-21 points
No. 6 Oklahoma @ No. 21 Texas (12 p.m. ET Saturday, ABC)
It’s a rite of autumn in Dallas at the Texas State Fair: Oklahoma versus Texas. The winner gets the upper hand in the Big 12.
Spencer Rattler & Co. have redefined the term “living on the edge,” winning four of their five games by one possession. Texas’ only slip-up was at Arkansas, but they have swept through the Lone Star State with three wins over Bijan Robinson and company running all over TCU, Texas Tech and Rice.
PICK: Oklahoma to win by 4-6 points
No. 2 Georgia @ No. 18 Auburn (3:30 p.m. ET Saturday, CBS)
The best defense in the land resides in Athens, Georgia. Kirby Smart’s crew took a pretty good Arkansas squad last week and destroyed it with a 37-0 shutout and a second straight blanking. Georgia has yielded 4.6 points per game through five games.
Auburn has rallied nicely since losing at Penn State as Bo Nix and company won in Death Valley last Saturday night. The question is: Can Nix solve the puzzle of the Bulldog defense? If he can’t, this could get ugly.
PICK: Georgia to win by 22-27 points
No. 4 Penn State @ No. 3 Iowa (4 p.m. ET Saturday, FOX)
The game of the year in the Big Ten features Penn State’s second tough road test out of three – they won at Wisconsin on Opening Day, and they have a trip to Columbus scheduled in two weeks.
Sean Clifford has been a huge surprise for the Nittany Lions, able to avoid the big mistake that haunted James Franklin’s team last year. Spencer Petras and the Hawkeyes’ offense threw down the gauntlet last week in Maryland, setting the Hawkeyes up for this showdown. Remember that Iowa went into Happy Valley last year and ended Penn State’s six-game winning streak in the series.
PICK: Iowa to win by 4-6 points
No. 9 Michigan @ Nebraska (7:30 p.m. ET Saturday, ABC)
The Big Ten team that nobody had thrown into the national title race went to Madison last week and throttled Wisconsin, serving notice that they are in the conversation.
Cade McNamara has stabilized the quarterback spot, and with the Cornhuskers still looking for a bit of an identity – even with the dual threat of Adrian Martinez – this feels like another game for Michigan to get ready for their big three on the schedule (Michigan State, Penn State, Ohio State).
PICK: Michigan to win by 18-21 points
No. 1 Alabama @ Texas A&M (8 p.m. ET Saturday, CBS)
At the beginning of the year, this looked like an ultra-marquee matchup for the SEC. In fact, the powers-that-be ended up placing this in a primetime spot. Well, the Aggies’ losses to Arkansas and Mississippi State kind of ruined that plan – and now, A&M gets ‘Bama. Good times.
Alabama’s Bryce Young has been the leading candidate for the Heisman, and he was incredible last week against Ole Miss during a 42-21 thumping. Coming into Week 6, the Aggies defense allows only 12.6 points per game. That number will increase significantly this week.
PICK: Alabama to win by 22-27 points
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