OVERALL RECORD: 116-87-1 (57.1%)
2021 SEASON RECORD: 37-31-0 (54.4%)
TGIS was so close to having a good week 5… thanks a lot LSU. Anyway, we will try to improve on our 6-6 record from last week… HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PICKS:
Week 6 Games of the Week (All Times CST)
Texas at Oklahoma OVER 63.5– 11:00am
It is the Red River Shootout which means the actual game is a coin flip. I expect this to turn into an offensive game with both the Texas and Oklahoma defenses looking suspect. Lincoln Riley vs. Steve Sarkisian. Take the over.
Pick: Oklahoma 38-31
Penn State (+2) at Iowa – 3:00pm
Expect a low scoring ugly game. Iowa’s offense did look much better against Maryland… but I still trust Penn State’s offense way more. Penn State wins a close one.
Pick: Penn State 20-14
Top Picks of the Week
Temple (+29.5) at Cincinnati – FRIDAY 6:00pm
Temple has made some improvements over their last two games, including beating a decent Memphis team. D’Wan Mathis and Temple will keep it within four touchdowns.
Arkansas at Ole Miss (-5.5) – 11:00am
Ole Miss’ offense is still elite and in my opinion by far the second best team in the SEC West. Ole Miss takes care of business.
Michigan State (-5) at Rutgers – 11:00am
Michigan State’s the much better football team with an offense that averages almost 38 points per game. Michigan State covers.
West Virginia (+3) at Baylor – 11:00am
Baylor hasn’t even had over 300 yards of offense in their last two games. They will struggle again against this tough West Virginia defense. West Virginia covers.
Georgia Tech (-2.5) at Duke – 11:30am
Duke is one of the worst teams in the ACC. Georgia Tech can cover.
Virginia (+2.5) at Louisville – 2:00pm
No way Louisville’s defense can hold against Virginia’s offense. The call is easy with Virginia getting points.
Florida State (+17.5) at North Carolina – 2:30pm
I can’t trust this North Carolina team who doesn’t show up week-to-week. Florida State is getting desperate… they can cover.
Georgia (-15) at Auburn – 2:30pm
You saw what Georgia did against Arkansas right? Expect the same.
Wisconsin at Illinois (+11) – 2:30pm
In Wisconsin’s three games against D1 opponents they have averaged a little over 13 points per game. How in the world do they cover an 11 point spread on the road?
Notre Dame at Virginia Tech (+2) – 6:30pm
I really think these are two even teams. Take Virginia Tech getting points at home.
Alabama (-18) at Texas A&M – 7:00pm
Texas A&M is an absolute mess with no quarterback and numerous injuries. Alabama in a blowout.
UCLA (-16) at Arizona – 9:30pm
Arizona is one of the worst teams in the Power 5 and UCLA is a solid football team. The choice is easy… UCLA wins big.