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There weren’t many upsets last Saturday, but there are seven new teams in the AP top 25 college football rankings that weren’t there last week, thanks to a lot of movement in the poll.

And some of those newly ranked schools will be in action this weekend in a slew of important games, including a couple of matchups that could have a direct impact on how some conference races shake out.

This includes three games against ranked teams: one in the Big 12, one in the SEC, and one in the surprisingly strong Pac-12.

Here’s a look at the Week 6 game odds and betting lines for Saturday’s action.

Week 6 college football odds, point spreads, and betting lines

Week 6 college football odds and betting lines

OKBET Sportsbook provides the odds.

Oklahoma (-9) vs. Texas Not that it will dampen the usual excitement at the Cotton Bowl, but the Red River Shootout will feature two unranked teams on the same field for the first time since 1998, Mack Brown’s first year at UT. OU has given up 96 points in the last two games due to a shaky defense, and quarterback Dillon Gabriel is out with a head injury, while Texas brings in college football’s top running back in Bijan Robinson, and quarterback prodigy Quinn Ewers could be back as well, which pushed the line up from Texas -6.5 earlier in the week.

Tennessee (-3) hosts No. 25 LSU. Every week in the SEC is a chance to make a statement, and this game is no exception. The Vols are coming off a bye week after victories over Pitt and Florida, while LSU has already won two games in Brian Kelly’s first season. A win here would vault Tennessee into the top five and into division contention against a Georgia team that hasn’t looked like itself in the last two weeks.

TCU (-6.5) at Kansas (No. 19). Who knew the big Big 12 game this week would be held in Lawrence? Kansas has GameDay on site for what could be its biggest game ever, and it has a chance to prove it belongs in the top 25 after ending the Power 5’s longest poll drought this week. No worries, Jayhawks. TCU, which just dropped 55 on the Sooners, can move the ball as well as KU.

No. 11 Utah vs. No. 18 UCLA (-3.5). The defending Pac-12 champion Utes have already lost one game, to Florida, while the Bruins have won eight straight and are coming off a big win over ranked Washington. UCLA has the pieces to get deep and score, while Utah has a front seven to challenge them, as well as an offense that has won games by 35 points or more.

Auburn is ranked second. Georgia (-30). (-30). Bryan Harsin, who has been skating on thin ice since the offseason, could finally succumb to the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry. Georgia struggled in wins over Kent State and Missouri, requiring a fourth-quarter comeback in the latter case due to offensive line issues. But we’ve seen what this Bulldog team can do against good competition, as they annihilated a good Oregon team in the opener.

No. 1 Alabama vs. Texas A&M (-24.5). After stepping on Arkansas, the Tide returns home for what was supposed to be the most important matchup on the college football schedule. Not so much now that the Aggies have lost two games and are playing truly anemic offense, but this one can still get close, especially given quarterback Bryce Young’s uncertain status after suffering a painful shoulder injury last week. A&M still has a formidable defense and can put pressure on Alabama’s backs.

Other Week 6 college football betting odds and lines

No. 23 Mississippi State vs. Arkansas (-9.5). In an SEC West matchup, the newly ranked Bulldogs host the newly unranked Hogs, who have jumped 3 points over Arkansas since the opening line.

Florida vs. Missouri (-11). The Gators are coming off a rout of Eastern Washington and have a chance to gain ground in the SEC East against a Missouri team that is kicking itself after having Georgia on the ropes last week.

Northwestern (-10) at Wisconsin Jim Leonhard is in to make his case for becoming the Badgers’ next permanent coach, replacing Paul Chryst.

No. 7 Oklahoma State visits Texas Tech (-9.5). At home, the undefeated Cowboys can take another big step toward a Big 12 title.

Ohio State (-27) visits Michigan State. Sparty and its $95 million man have won three games in a row and are now hosting the Buckeye blitzkrieg.

Kansas State (-2) hosts Iowa State. With wins over OU and Tech, the Martinez/Vaughn tandem has the Wildcats tied for first place in the Big 12.

Miami vs. North Carolina (-3.5). The Hurricanes are 2-2 and look forward to Drake Maye’s big arm and the Tar Heels’ deep threats.

No. 13 Kentucky hosts South Carolina (-6.5). The Wildcats lost a close game to Ole Miss a week ago and will look to avenge that loss against the Gamecocks in an SEC East matchup, but the line has moved 3 points in favor of USC.

Clemson (-20.5) vs. Boston College. Clemson returns to the road with a much improved offense and its sights set on the College Football Playoff after winning two straight over ranked division foes.

No. 6 USC vs. Washington State (-13). The Trojans’ offense is still flawless, but their defense has slipped in the last two weeks.

No. 14 NC State vs. Florida State (-3.5). It’s hard to blame the Noles for being upset that they’re unranked while the LSU team they beat made the poll this week and is now set to face Devin Leary and the Wolfpack on the road.

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