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

Dan Mullen, Florida Gators Football

Dan Mullen, Florida Gators Football

College football's Week 6 slate for the 2019 season features 48 games, and our NCAA experts are ready with their predictions and picks. The Week 6 action starts on Thursday night, as South Alabama hosts Georgia Southern and Temple takes on East Carolina. The Friday schedule features two games, including New Mexico-San Jose State and a huge showdown in the AAC between UCF and Cincinnati. Saturday's first slate features Utah State-LSU, Purdue-Penn State, Oklahoma State-Texas Tech, TCU-Iowa State and Iowa-Michigan in the first window. The afternoon schedule features Auburn-Florida, Texas-West Virginia, Baylor-Kansas State, Air Force-Navy and Virginia Tech-Miami. At night, Michigan State-Ohio State, Georgia-Tennessee, Vanderbilt-Ole Miss, California-Oregon and Pitt-Duke. The final window features San Diego State-Colorado, Washington-Stanford and Boise State-UNLV.

Each week, Athlon Sports’ editors will pick every game in the FBS ranks. Follow us on Twitter: (@AthlonSports)

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


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Georgia Southern at South Alabama (Thursday)

Temple at East Carolina (Thursday)

UCF at Cincinnati (Friday)

New Mexico at San Jose State (Friday)

Kent State at Wisconsin

USF at UConn

Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan

Bowling Green at Notre Dame

Ohio at Buffalo

Western Michigan at Toledo

Boston College at Louisville

Ball State at Northern Illinois

Arkansas State at Georgia State

Marshall at MTSU

Memphis at ULM

North Carolina at Georgia Tech

Troy at  Missouri

WKU at Old Dominion

Rice at UAB

UMass at FIU

Tulsa at SMU

Pitt at Duke

Liberty at New Mexico State

Maryland at Rutgers


Oregon State at UCLA

San Diego State at Colorado State

Boise State at UNLV

Illinois at Minnesota

Air Force at Navy

Texas at West Virginia

Oklahoma at Kansas

Purdue at Penn State

Virginia Tech at Miami

Utah State at LSU

Washington at Stanford

Northwestern at Nebraska

Tulane at Army

Vanderbilt at Ole Miss

Georgia at Tennessee

Arizona at Colorado

California at Oregon

TCU at Iowa State

Oklahoma State at Texas Tech

Baylor at Kansas State

Iowa at Michigan

Michigan State at Ohio State

Auburn at Florida