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We won a ton of money in week 5 but ended up going .500 at just 4-4 in our week 6 predictions. Week 7 is here and there is plenty of hope for the future with some easy games to predict on the schedule. Let's take a look at the important games happening this weekend and see if we can't win some money for everyone following along at home.
Record against the point spread: 12-13
Texas at Oklahoma -3.5
The Longhorns have an overrated offense at this point and I'm not sure they can stop Oklahoma. Go with the Sooners to cover the point spread in this rivalry game.
Louisville -3 at Pittsburgh
The Cardinals have surpassed expectations quite a bit while the Panthers have played both terribly and great at times this year. Ultimately these teams are evenly matched and you have to take on the underdog at home.
Kansas State -6.5 at Iowa State
Iowa State looks overmatched here but these odds will have all the money coming in on the Wildcats. Las Vegas odds makers are no dummies, so go against the public and take the Cyclones.
Alabama -21 at Missouri
Missouri won't be able to move the ball here, but will Alabama be able to put up enough points on the road to cover this big point spread? I say yes, and their passing attack will be the difference.
Stanford at Notre Dame -7
These teams will both struggle to score and it's always smart to take the 7-point underdog in a situation like this.
South Carolina at LSU -2.5
These teams are pretty close to one another in terms of what the offenses and defenses are capable of, but ultimately the Tigers will cover the point spread because they are fired up after losing against Florida last weekend.
West Virginia -4 at Texas Tech
The Mountaineers have no business being in the top 10 with their terrible defense and the Red Raiders have enough offense to win outright at home.
Texas A&M -7.5 at Louisiana Tech
Louisiana Tech gets no love because they aren't in a BCS Conference, but they've been beating those big-conference teams all year and will continue here against the Aggies.