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College Football Week 6 Odds, Spread and Total for Every Team, Every Game

Ben Heisler
Kansas Jayhawks safety Kenny Logan Jr. (1) celebrates their 5-0 start to the season.
Kansas Jayhawks safety Kenny Logan Jr. (1) celebrates their 5-0 start to the season. / William Purnell-USA TODAY Sports
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There's still time to get your University of Kansas bets in to win the National Championship this year.

The Jayhawks are arguably the best story in college football this year, are 5-0 under head coach Lance Leipold in his second year at the helm, and are bringing ESPN's College Gameday to Lawrence, Kan. for the first time ever this Saturday.

While they're still way down the board at +30000 at FanDuel Sportsbook to actually win a title, the top three teams remain at a logjam near the top with Ohio State, Georgia and Alabama all between +200 and +250 to win it all.

Both of the SEC teams got serious scares on the road this week, as the Bulldogs nearly fell to Missouri in Columbia, while Alabama lost Bryce Young to injury on the road vs. Arkansas.

This week, No. 1 'Bama returns home to face a struggling Texas A&M team in prime time in Tuscaloosa, No. 2 Georgia hosts Auburn at 3:30 p.m. ET, and No. 3 Ohio State heads to East Lansing as 25.5-point road favorites vs. Michigan State.

Other highlights this week include No. 8 Tennessee at No. 25 LSU, No. 17 TCU at No. 19 Kansas in a battle of undefeated Big 12 squads, and No. 11 Utah heads to the Rose Bowl vs. No. 18 UCLA off their upset victory at home vs. No. 21 Washington.

Let's dive into all the Week 6 college football lines for each game on the FBS calendar, along with the opening odds, spreads, moneylines and totals for each game to track where each game has moved.

College Football Week 6 Odds, Spreads, Moneyline and Totals for Every Team

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