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PSF College Football Weekly Pick’em: Week 6 Preview, Predictions, and Analysis

Welcome back to the sixth edition of the PSF College Football Weekly Pick’em. It’s been an incredible season already and there are is so much more action to go. Week 5 was very interesting, similar to the first four weeks. We saw Ohio State go into Beaver Stadium to knock off their Big Ten rival, Penn State. Clemson narrowly survived a big upset bid by Syracuse, and West Virginia went into Lubbock to get a win over a ranked Texas Tech team. Notre Dame made another push at their case for being a top five team in the nation with a victory over a top ten Stanford squad. With all of that said, this sets up another exciting week of action-packed college football for us! Your favorite writers are set to pick tons of this week’s games, and hopefully gain ground in the overall standings.

Each week of the season, the crew will pick a select group of games and we will publish our picks on Pro Sports Fandom. At the conclusion of the week, we will calculate the results and update our standings. If you need a reminder of how this format works, I’ll discuss that here. Points will be rewarded each week based on the weekly standings (based on everybody’s weekly record). One note of importance is that one point is still rewarded for each correct pick (excluding Game of the Week picks, which are worth three points).

And don’t forget to check out all of our writers on Twitter:

  • Tristan Beckmann (@TBeckmann24)
  • Travis Calvin (@GSPTCal)
  • Chris Chastain (@ChrisC_01)
  • Ian Cusick (@IanMCusick)
  • Eric Jensen (@eric18utah)
  • Heath Kyser (@RollCubsRoll)
  • Brian Willis (@RealBrianWillis)
  • Tim (@obstructedview2)

Now before we unveil the picks for all of this week’s action, let’s take a closer look at the standings through three weeks of play!

1. Tristan Beckmann (101 PTS)

2. Chris Chastain (90 PTS)

3. Brian Willis (88 PTS)

4. Travis Calvin (85 PTS)

5. Obstructed Viewer (77 PTS)

6. Eric Jensen (75 PTS)

7. Heath Kyser (68 PTS)

8. Ian Cusick (61 PTS)

Now let’s get the ball rolling with the game picks that everyone agreed on for some of the week 6 games. (The predicted winners are noted in bold.)

#15 Michigan over Maryland.

(Sat. 10/6, 12:00 p.m. EST, ABC, MICH -17.5)

#20 Michigan State over Northwestern.

(Sat. 10/6, 12:00 p.m. EST, FS1, MSU -10.5)

#7 Oklahoma over #19 Texas.

(Sat. 10/6, 12:00 p.m. EST, FOX, OKLA -7.5)

#4 Clemson over Wake Forest.

(Sat. 10/6, 3:30 p.m. EST, ESPN, CLEM -19)

#17 Miami (FL) over Florida State.

(Sat. 10/6, 3:30 p.m. EST, ABC, MIAMI -13.5)

#3 Ohio State over Indiana.

(Sat. 10/6, 4:00 p.m. EST, FOX, OSU -26.0)

Now let’s look at the game picks that most of the staff agreed on for the week 6 games. (The predicted winners are noted in bold.)

#5 LSU over #22 Florida. Tristan Beckmann was the only writer who picked #22 Florida to win.

(Sat. 10/6, 3:30 p.m. EST, CBS, LSU -2.5)

#6 Notre Dame over #24 Virginia Tech. Eric Jensen and Obstructed Viewer were the only writers who picked #24 Virginia Tech to win.

(Sat. 10/6, 8:00 p.m. EST, ABC, ND -6.5)

#14 Stanford over Utah. Eric Jensen was the only writer who picked Utah to win.

(Sat. 10/6, 10:30 p.m. EST, ESPN, STAN -5.5)

Now let’s look at the game picks that the staff had a lot of mixed feelings on for some of the week 6 games. (The predicted winners are noted in bold.)

The writers split on #13 Kentucky and Texas A&M. Travis Calvin, Eric Jensen, Brian Willis, and Heath Kyser all picked #13 Kentucky to win. Tristan Beckmann, Chris Chastain, Ian Cusick, and Obstructed Viewer all picked Texas A&M to win.

(Sat. 10/6, 7:00 p.m. EST, ESPN, TA&M -5.5)

#8 Auburn over Mississippi State. Travis Calvin, Chris Chastain, and Obstructed Viewer all picked Mississippi State to win.

(Sat. 10/6, 7:30 p.m. EST, ESPN2, AUB -4.0)

The writers split on California and Arizona. Tristan Beckmann, Chris Chastain, Heath Kyser, and Brian Willis all picked Arizona to win. Travis Calvin, Ian Cusick, Eric Jensen, and Obstructed Viewer all picked California to win.

(Sat. 10/6, 10:00 p.m. EST, FS1, CAL -2.5)

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