College Football parlay picks: Week 6 four-team parlay pays 12/1!
Week 6 College Football action is here! A College Football parlay is a great way to incorporate several games from a huge slate of action and have some fun with the chance of hitting big. Two sides and two totals pays huge odds of +1228 with FanDuel Sportsbook.
Let’s get into Saturday’s free College Football parlay picks. Feel free to add, subtract or mix and match plays which you like!
NC State Wolfpack +7.5 @ Virginia Cavaliers (12 p.m ET)
The Wolfpack looked impressive again last weekend, beating a ranked Pittsburgh team. Now 2-1 in the ACC, the Wolfpack can put pressure on the top of the standings. NC State threw for 336 yards and four touchdowns, so the passing game will be their go-to here. One other important note is that they did not turn the ball over.
No surprise that the Cavaliers lost to the Clemson Tigers last week. This game got away from them as they lost 41-23, but they did end up having some success late and ended up covering the spread. The Cavs totaled 417 yards, with 270 coming through the air and 147 rushing yards. Virginia actually did out-rush Clemson as well, which was kind of surprising to see, but their run game will be what they need to lean on against the Wolfpack.
This is a lot of points to lay with against a Wolfpack team who seems to be improving every week. For that reason, I like the Wolfpack to keep it close. View full game preview.
Virginia Tech Hokies +3.5 @ North Carolina Tar Heels (12 p.m ET)
Two of the dark horses in the ACC will face off here as the North Carolina Tar Heels will host the Virginia Tech Hokies. Starting with the Tar Heels, they genuinely struggled with Boston College. That is a potential problem seeing that they will be stepping up in competition. North Carolina needed a “pick 2” on an Eagles two-point conversion that would have tied the game to avoid the upset. North Carolina also was able to run the ball for 176 yards, averaging 4.5 yards per carry. Defensively, the Tar Heels had trouble defending the pass, but held the Eagles to just 40 yards rushing.
The Hokies pulled away late from Duke, winning 38-31, and had something cooking with their rushing offense, seeing that they ran the ball for 324 yards. Khalil Herbert ran for 207 yards alone and averaged 10.9 yards per carry. North Carolina has had trouble starting games strong and I do believe Virginia Tech can keep this one extremely close. This line is moving fast, but I will still take the Hokies to cover in this game and I would not be surprised if they run rampant on the Tar Heels and win this game outright. View full game preview.
Alabama Crimson Tide @ Ole Miss Rebels Over 69.5 Points (6 p.m ET)
Alabama’s offense continues to impress, as we’ve seen them score 90 points through the first two weeks of the season. That high-flying offense is a big reason why the total has gone over in four of their past five games. Best of all, Alabama has averaged 62.33 points per game in their last three matchups against Ole Miss, so there’s a chance they could account for the majority of the total all by themselves.
Ole Miss has also had some offensive success this season, as they’re averaging 38.5 points per game. The total has now gone over in five of their last seven games where they’ve served as underdogs, and the total has gone over in nine of their past 12 games in October. Best of all, the total has gone over in four of the past five meetings between these two squads. We’re taking the over here. View full game preview.
Florida Gators @ Texas A&M Aggies Over 56 Points (12 p.m ET)
The Florida offense is a wagon right now; it has averaged 44.5 points per game through the first two weeks. This isn’t just a temporary improvement, as the Gators’ offense was also rolling to end the 2019 campaign. That’s a big reason why the total has gone over in five of their last six games and seven of their last eight October contests. Texas A&M hasn’t seen those trends in its low-scoring contests, but that doesn’t concern us too much. The Aggies defense struggled last week against a comparable Alabama offense, so we’re confident Florida can hold up its end of the total bargain. Moreover, despite the Aggies’ offensive struggles, it’s not like they are getting shutout. Even a 20-point outing should be enough to tip the scales in this one. We’re taking the over. View full game preview.