College Football Week 6: Early Odds Report

There are a couple blockbuster top-25 clashes taking place this Saturday, with No. 7 Miami vs. No. 1 Clemson and No. 14 Tennessee vs. No. 3 Georgia both having big College Football Playoff implications.

In all, William Hill has odds up for 28 games on this college football Week 6 slate, including all 11 matchups involving a top-25 team.

Miami has been one of the more impressive teams in the country so far this season, and the Hurricanes are coming off a 52-10 thrashing of in-state rival Florida State in their last game. After opening as a 15.5-point road underdog against Clemson, Miami is now down to +14.

Early on, Miami has been the overwhelming choice for William Hill bettors to cover the spread in this one. The Hurricanes have captured 64% of the total number of tickets and 93% of the total dollars wagered vs. Clemson. That is highlighted by one Iowa bettor placing $10,000 on Miami +14.5 (-110) for a total potential payout of $19,090.90.

Down in Athens, the line has shifted half a point in Tennessee’s favor, as the Volunteers have gone from +13 to the current spread of +12.5 against Georgia. Both teams have started off 2-0 on the season after vanquishing their first two SEC foes, including the Bulldogs cruising to a 27-6 victory over then-No. 7 Auburn last weekend.

There have been other noticeable line moves this week as well, with none bigger than Missouri vs. No. 17 LSU. LSU was a 20.5-point favorite before it was announced that the game would move from Baton Rouge, Louisiana to Columbia, Missouri due to Hurricane Delta. The line shifted 6.5 points, with LSU now two-touchdown chalk at -14.

Another line move by multiple points that also has the favorite at -14 is Arkansas vs. No. 13 Auburn. Auburn originally opened at -16.5, however that spread has dropped 2.5 points against Arkansas. The Razorbacks upset Mississippi State last Saturday as 16.5-point underdogs and closed at +525 on the moneyline.

Regarding the biggest early wagers for this weekend’s slate, five different $11,000 bets against the spread have come in at William Hill. Those wagers were Georgia Tech +5 (-110) vs. Louisville, Duke -1.5 (-110) at Syracuse, Pittsburgh -5 (-110) at Boston College, South Carolina -12 (-110) at Vanderbilt and Middle Tennessee State +5.5 (-110) at Florida International.

Check out William Hill’s latest odds for every Week 6 college football game involving a top-25 team below.

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