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Full list of Week 6 college football lines

Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs has proven to be clutch in the second half this season, while Trevor Knight's running ability has helped Texas A&M to a 5-0 start. Icon Sportswire

The college football season is in full swing. Here are the lines for Week 6 games, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

Games involving ranked teams in bold.


Wednesday, Oct. 5

Georgia Southern (-7) at Arkansas State

Thursday, Oct. 6

Temple at Memphis (-9.5)

Western Kentucky (-3) at Louisiana Tech

Friday, Oct. 7

Tulane at Central Florida (-14)

Clemson (-16.5) at Boston College

SMU at Tulsa (-17)

Boise State (-17) at New Mexico

Saturday, Oct. 8

Miami (OH) at Akron (No line)

Kent State (-1) at Buffalo

Northern Illinois at Western Michigan (-18.5)

BYU at Michigan State (-6)

Georgia tech at Pitt (-7)

Maryland (-1) at Penn State

Iowa State at Oklahoma State (-17)

Cincinnati (-3.5) at U Conn

TCU (-29.5) at Kansas

Army at Duke (-4)

Syracuse at Wake Forest (-3)

Texas Tech at Kansas State (No line)

Iowa (-1.5) at Minnesota

Indiana at Ohio State (-29.5)

Purdue at Illinois (-10)

Virginia Tech at North Carolina (-2.5)

Notre Dame at NC State (PK)

Bowling Green at Ohio (-11.5)

Toledo (-17) at Eastern Michigan

Houston (-17) at Navy

East Carolina at South Florida (No line)

Oklahoma (-10.5) vs. Texas at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas

Florida State at Miami (-3)

Texas State at Georgia State (-10.5)

U Mass at Old Dominion (-7)

Charlotte at Florida Atlantic (-14)

UCLA (-9.5) at Arizona State

Ball State at Central Michigan (-12.5)

Air Force (-10.5) at Wyoming

Georgia (-7.5) at South Carolina

Tennessee at Texas A&M (-7)

Vanderbilt at Kentucky (-2.5)

Auburn (-3) at Mississippi State

Fresno at Nevada (-9.5)

Washington (-8) at Oregon

Colorado at USC (-5.5)

Michigan (-26.5) at Rutgers

Marshall (-10) at North Texas

Southern Miss (-16.5) at Texas San Antonio

LSU at Florida (No line)

Idaho at Lousiana Monroe (-4)

Florida International at UTEP (-5)

Alabama (-14) at Arkansas

Arizona at Utah (-9)

UNLV at San Diego State (-14.5)

Washington State at Stanford (-7.5)

California (-12.5) at Oregon State

Utah State (-6) at Colorado State

Hawaii at San Jose State (2)