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College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 6

Benny Snell and the undefeated Wildcats visit Kyle Field
College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 6

The Week 6 edition of picking every game on the college football schedule is highlighted the annual Oklahoma-Texas game, a showdown that has added intrigue thanks to the Longhorns’ three-game winning streak, and a pair of interesting battles in the SEC — LSU’s visit to Florida and Kentucky’s trip to Texas A&M. Here is every game on the Week 6 slate:

 

College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 6

Predictions for every FBS game in Week 6
College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 6

College football’s 2018 season continues with a Week 6 slate that features 57 overall matchups. The week officially begins on Thursday night with two matchups. Georgia State takes on Troy, and Tulsa visits Houston for the first night of games in Week 6. On Friday, Louisville hosts Georgia Tech in the first meeting between these two schools, along with MTSU-Marshall and Utah State-BYU. A full slate of games kicks off on Saturday with Oklahoma-Texas in Dallas, Alabama-Arkansas, Maryland-Michigan, Missouri-South Carolina and Northwestern-Michigan State in the first window.

College Fantasy Football: Week 6 DFS Picks Saturday (Oct. 6) Games

Let our fantasy experts help you pick a great college fantasy football lineup
College Fantasy Football: Week 6 DFS Picks Saturday (Oct. 6) Games

Week 6 of the 2018 college football season continues on Saturday. That means it’s time to pick your optimal DraftKings college football fantasy lineup. Fortunately, our college football fantasy experts are ready to help. Players from 10 matchups are available to be selected on DraftKings for the first Saturday Noon ET games, followed by five games on the 3:30 p.m. ET slate and seven for the 7 p.m. ET window.

 

Here’s what our best Week 6 college fantasy football DFS lineup looks like for Saturday matchups:

 

College Football's 25 Breakout Players from September

Examining which players had a breakout September
College Football's 25 Breakout Players from September

The first month of the 2018 college football season is in the books. With the arrival of October, and the upcoming Week 6 action, it’s time to take a look back at September and identify 25 breakout players from the first month of the season. Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa and Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins lead the way in breakout candidates on offense, while Colorado’s Nate Landman and Miami’s Gerald Willis headline the candidates on defense.

College Football Week 5 Awards

Athlon hands out the awards from the Week 5 action
College Football Week 5 Awards

With the fifth weekend of the 2018 season in the books, it’s time to take a look at the best of the best and honor some of the top performances. Each week, Athlon Sports will highlight some of the top performers in college football with its weekly awards section. Here’s a look at Athlon Sports’ picks for the offensive, defensive, coordinator, team and freshman from Week 5:

 

College Football Top 25 Rankings (After Week 5)

Ranking the top 25 teams in college football after Week 5
College Football Top 25 Rankings (After Week 5)

Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. The fifth weekend of the 2018 season featured its share of big matchups on Saturday night. In the marquee games for Week 5, Notre Dame defeated Stanford, and Ohio State edged Penn State to remain unbeaten. Alabama remains No. 1 in the top 25, but the Buckeyes jump to No. 2, followed by Georgia at No. 3 and Clemson at No. 4. Syracuse, Florida and NC State join the top 25 after Week 5 action.

College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 5

Predictions for every FBS game in Week 5
College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 5

College football’s 2018 season continues with a Week 5 slate that features 58 overall matchups. The week officially begins on Thursday night with an ACC showdown between Miami and North Carolina. On Friday, Memphis visits Tulane and UCLA takes on Colorado. A full Saturday slate kicks off with an intriguing set of games in the first window. Clemson looks to get revenge from last year's loss at Syracuse, while Arkansas and Texas A&M meet in Arlington. Additionally, there should be no shortage of points when West Virginia travels to Lubbock to take on Texas Tech.

College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 5

Can Ian Book and the Notre Dame offense keep rolling with Stanford coming to town?
College Football Picks: Predicting Final Scores for Every Game in Week 5

The Week 5 edition of picking every game on the college football schedule is highlighted two huge top-10 battles: Stanford visits Notre Dame and Ohio State travels to Penn State. Here is every game on the Week 5 slate:

 

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College Fantasy Football: Week 5 DFS Picks Saturday (Sept. 29) Games

Let our fantasy experts help you pick a great college fantasy football lineup
College Fantasy Football: Week 5 DFS Picks Saturday (Sept. 29) Games

Week 5 of the 2018 college football season continues on Saturday. That means it’s time to pick your optimal DraftKings college football fantasy lineup. Fortunately, our college football fantasy experts are ready to help. Players from 10 matchups are available to be selected on DraftKings for the first Saturday Noon ET games, followed by five games on the 3:30 p.m. ET slate, seven for the 7 p.m. ET window and four from the 10:30 p.m. ET contests.

 

Kelly Bryant: 15 Potential Transfer Destinations for the Former Clemson QB

Examining potential transfer spots for Kelly Bryant in 2019
Kelly Bryant: 15 Potential Transfer Destinations for the former Clemson QB

Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is leaving the program as a transfer with an opportunity to start elsewhere in 2019. Thanks to the new NCAA rules, Bryant has not played in more than four games this season and has a redshirt year available, which he can use for the 2018 campaign. Bryant is leaving Death Valley with one year of eligibility remaining and will be a redshirt senior in 2019. Freshman Trevor Lawrence edged Bryant for the starting job this season.

 

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