CFB Props Week 6

Last Updated: Oct 6, 2023

The sixth week of the college football season is underway, and exciting games are on the slate for this weekend.

It was a brutal Week 5 in the prop betting department. We missed on all four of our prop picks, and a couple were by thin margins.

Nevertheless, we’ve put those results behind us and are looking forward to bouncing back.

Here are our best game props and player props in Week 6.

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CFB Week 6 Best Props

Missouri: Over 29.5 (-125)

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It’s safe to say this season hasn’t gone according to plan for Brian Kelly and LSU. While the offense is recording 44 points per game, the defense is giving up 31 points per game.

Just last week, LSU surrendered 55 points to Ole Miss, and it has allowed 31 or more points in three of its first five games.

Meanwhile, Missouri is a perfect 5-0 this season and is averaging a solid 32 points per game with Brady Cook operating the offense.

Missouri has also scored 30-plus points in four of its first five games. With LSU losing two games and Missouri playing at home, this is one of our best CFB prop bets in Week 6.

Michigan: Over 3.5 Touchdowns (-145)

DraftKings Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

A matchup between two Big Ten teams takes place Saturday when Michigan travels to face Minnesota.

The Wolverines enter as the No. 2 ranked team in college football, while the Golden Gophers are 3-2, with losses to Northwestern and North Carolina.

Michigan had its best offensive performance of the season in Week 5, tallying 45 points against Nebraska on the road.

The Wolverines have now scored 30 or more points in each game this season, finding the end zone at least four times in all contests.

Michigan has also registered four-plus touchdowns in three straight meetings against Minnesota.

Track our reports on the best NCAAF props this weekend:

CFB Week 6 Player Props

K.J. Jefferson: Over 214.5 Passing Yards (-120)

DraftKings Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

Whenever teams play against Ole Miss, they need to air the ball out often to keep up with Jaxson Dart and the Rebels offense.

Ole Miss’ defense is allowing 263.8 passing yards per game, and four of the first five quarterbacks it has faced thus far have thrown for at least 225 yards.

The only game the Rebels permitted fewer than 215 passing yards to a quarterback was in their season opener versus Mercer.

As for Arkansas, KJ Jefferson may be a dual-threat quarterback, but he’s plenty capable of being effective in the passing game.

Jefferson has posted 215-plus passing yards in three of his first five games this season, and he’ll need to do it again if the Razorbacks want to compete with the Rebels on Saturday.

Henry Parrish Jr.: Over 71.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

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In Saturday’s matchup between Georgia Tech and Miami, the Hurricanes are nearly three-touchdown favorites at home.

With Miami expected to be playing from ahead, Henry Parrish Jr. could be more involved on the ground.

Parrish is the leading rusher for the Hurricanes this season with 331 yards and three touchdowns on 42 attempts.

Through Miami’s first four games, Parrish has two games where he has notched 90-plus rushing yards.

On the flip side, Georgia Tech boasts one of the worst defenses in college football.

Georgia Tech is allowing 224.2 rushing yards per game (second-worst in the nation), and four of the first five teams it has faced have produced at least one 100-yard rusher.

Considering the fact that Miami will likely be playing from ahead and Georgia Tech has a dismal run defense, Parrish is poised for an explosive showing on the ground in Week 6.


Skyler Carlin

Before joining The Game Day, Skyler has written for various sites for 5-6 years and his work has been (or is) currently featured on Bleacher Report, USA TODAY, and SB Nation. Skyler can be reached at @skyler_carlin on Twitter and he loves to talk about movies, TV shows, and anything sports. He has taken part in multiple well-known fantasy contests like RazzBowl, Scott Fish Bowl, and NFL DFS Wars.

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