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College Football Week 6 Betting Recap

The Florida State Seminoles finally picked up an ATS victory in Week 6, while the rest of the schools at the top of the rankings suffered upsets in an eventful weekend for college football bettors.

Florida State was a 38-point favorite against Wake Forest over the weekend, and managed to pull out a 43-3 victory. That improved the Seminoles to 5-0 SU on the season, and it gave them their first cover to put them at just 1-4 ATS. And probably most importantly, it kept them firmly atop the AP Top 25 poll heading into Week 7.

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That AP Top 25, though, got a big shakeup for this week, thanks to Oregon, Alabama, and Oklahoma all losing last week. The Ducks dropped from No. 2 to No. 12 in the poll after falling 31-24 to Arizona as a 24-point favorite. The Crimson Tide lost 23-17 to Ole Miss as a 7-point favorite to fall from No. 3 to No. 7. And Oklahoma was beaten 37-33 by TCU as a 5-point favorite to drop to No. 11 from No. 4.

That's made Auburn the new No. 2 for Week 7, after they blasted LSU 41-7 and easily covered the 7.5-point spread at the sportsbooks. Mississippi State is up from No. 12 to a tie for No. 3 with Ole Miss after they topped then-No. 6 Texas A&M 48-31 as a 2.5-point favorite in Week 6. And Baylor is the new No. 5, up from No. 7 after cruising to a 28-7 win over Texas last week as a 14.5-point favorite.

As well, Notre Dame was a 2-point home underdog against Stanford last week, but that didn't deter the Fighting Irish as they won outright 17-14 in that game. Notre Dame moved up from No. 9 to No. 6 in the rankings with that win, while Stanford fell from No. 14 to No. 25.

Here are all the SU and ATS results for the ranked teams on the Week 6 schedule . . .

Arizona 31, No. 2 Oregon 24 (Oregon -24)
Utah State 35, No. 18 BYU 20 (BYU -21)
No. 12 Mississippi State 48, No. 6 Texas A&M 31 (Mississippi State -2.5)
No. 20 Ohio State 52, Maryland 24 (Ohio State -8.5)
No. 21 Oklahoma State 37, Iowa State 20 (Oklahoma State -17)
No. 22 East Carolina 45, SMU 24 (East Carolina -40.5)
No. 1 Florida State 43, Wake Forest 3 (Florida State -38)
No. 11 Ole Miss 23, No. 3 Alabama 17 (Alabama -7)
No. 25 TCU 37, No. 4 Oklahoma 33 (Oklahoma -5)
No. 7 Baylor 28, Texas 7 (Baylor -14.5)
No. 9 Notre Dame 17, No. 14 Stanford 14 (Stanford -2)
Northwestern 20, No. 17 Wisconsin 14 (Wisconsin -8)
No. 13 Georgia 44, Vanderbilt 17 (Georgia -33.5)
No. 5 Auburn 41, No. 15 LSU 7 (Auburn -7.5)
No. 23 Kansas State 45, Texas Tech 13 (Kansas State -12.5)
Arizona State 38, No. 16 USC 34 (USC -11.5)
No. 10 Michigan State 27, No. 19 Nebraska 22 (Michigan State -7)
Utah 30, No. 8 UCLA 28 (UCLA -13.5)

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