Iowa State vs Oklahoma State

The Iowa State Cyclones will take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys in one of the college football games on Saturday, start time at 3:30 PM ET, at Boone Pickens Stadium. Iowa State vs Oklahoma State odds and point spread is at -10.5 Oklahoma State. Iowa State vs Oklahoma State tv channel is on ESPN2. Oklahoma State vs Iowa State live stream is on ESPN+.


The Iowa State Cyclones (1-3) are coming from a 17-14 loss to the TCU Horned Frogs in which Zeb Noland completed 14 of 28 passes for only 79 yards and a touchdown.

In rushing, David Montgomery ran for 101 yards and a touchdown in 21 attempts while Noland added 16 yards in three carries.

In receiving, Deshaunte Jones posted 23 yards in three receptions while Hakeem Butler added 14 yards in three catches. Matthew Eaton had 13 yards.

Offensively, Iowa State football averages 17.5 points and 299.5 total yards (210.3 in passing and 89.3 in rushing) per game. Defensively, Iowa State football yields 20.0 points and 333.3 total yards (212.3 in passing and 121.0 in rushing) per game.

The No. 25 Oklahoma State Cowboys (4-1) are coming from a 48-28 win over Kansas in which Taylor Cornelius completed 15 of 20 passes for 312 yards and four touchdowns.

In rushing, Justice Hill ran for 189 yards and a touchdown in 31 carries while Chuba Hubbard added 57 yards and a touchdown in five attempts.

In receiving, Landon Wolf caught for 116 yards and a touchdown in six receptions while Tyland Wallace added 104 yards and a touchdown in four receptions. Tyron Johnson contributed 86 yards and two touchdowns.

Offensively, Oklahoma State football averages 44.4 points and 545.0 total yards (314.0 in passing and 231.0 in rushing) per game. Defensively, Oklahoma State football yields 24.0 points and 375.4 total yards (262.0 in passing and 113.4 in rushing) per game.

Iowa State vs Oklahoma State football schedule:

Date: October 6, 2018
Start Time: 3:30 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: ESPN2
Live Stream: ESPN+
Odds and Point Spread: -10.5 Oklahoma State
O/U: 55
Prediction: The Oklahoma State Cowboys have the running and rushing attacks the could eventually distance the game into blowout. Oklahoma State will cover the spread.

Florida State vs Miami

Florida State vs Miami : I think it’s NCAA going to be all Miami through 2.5 quarters before FSU creeps in to make it a game. Perry has a turnover or two but ultimately, FSU’s comeback falls short.


Date: Saturday, October 6
Game Time: 3:30 ET
Venue: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL
Network: ABC

Dead last in the ACC – and 122nd in the nation – in tackles for loss allowed, and, with the worst running game in the conference, FSU had better be able to throw and keep throwing successfully because nothing else is going to work.

It’s been a rollercoaster ride with left tackle Tyree St. Louis all season. The senior’s play can fluctuate on a down-by-down basis. Not the fleetest of foot, St. Louis

gets into problems against speed rushers who are able to beat him off the snap to the ball. An off-balance Tyree is the worst kind of Tyree, as he has no power to anchor

down to reset the edge. If Tyree struggles in the matchup, this could be a case where the youth of DJ

Scaife may be a better option against the speed of Mr. Burns.

in a given year. Unaffected by a hulking brace over his left arm, Jackson’s ability to win coming off the line with hand moves and a bull rush could be just the thing to make

defensive line coach Jess Simpson giddy and the Canes deliver another loss to a beleaguered Seminoles’ fanbase.

For the 63rd time in their history that dates back to the first meeting during the 1951 season, the Noles and the Miami Hurricanes will take the field inside Hard Rock

Stadium with plenty on the table – FSU football going for their ninth win in the last 11 games of this series while

looking to win their seventh straight game against Miami on their rented field.

Miami has some strange splits with standard and passing downs. They seem to play a lot better on standard downs than passing downs, which is odd because the defense

has the advantage in long down and distance. The Hurricanes love to try to sack the QB on first and second down, but aren’t quite as good getting to the QB on long down and distance.

Francois is coming off of a contest in which he was outstanding in the second half and finished with 294 passing yards and a career-high four touchdowns. Still,

Francois has had difficulty fully grasping Taggart’s “Gulf Coast Offense,” especially when it comes to the zone reads. For the Seminoles to have any success offensiv

ely against Miami on Saturday, Francois will need to play at a very high level and probably take shots down the

field. He finished with 234 yards passing and two touchdowns in his last matchup with the Hurricanes two years ago.

Miami fans have long been clamoring for redshirt freshman N’Kosi Perry to take the reins and recently,

they’ve gotten their wish. Perry has great tools from his arm to his feet, but has yet to face a really good defense. The Seminoles didn’t play their best football a week ago defensively but Kyle Meyers and AJ

Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois should eclipse the 5,000-yard career mark on Saturday and has tossed 30 career touchdowns. Against Louisville, he was

an efficient 16-for-27 with four touchdowns and no interceptions. He doesn’t run much but when called on is effective. He has scored two of the Seminoles’ four

Maryland vs Michigan

The Maryland Terrapins will play the Michigan Wolverines in one of the college football games on Saturday, start time at 12:00 PM ET, at Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI. Maryland vs Michigan odds and point spread is at -17.5 Michigan. Maryland vs Michigan live stream is on ESPN+, tv channel is on ABC.


The Maryland Terrapins (3-1) are coming from a 42-13 win over the Minnesota Golden Gophers in which Kasim Hill completed 10 of 14 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown.

In rushing, Ty Johnson ran for 123 yards and a touchdown in 11 carries while Anthony McFarland added 112 yards and two touchdowns in six attempts. Jeshaun Jones had 27 yards in a catch.

Offensively, Maryland football averages 33.8 points and 399.8 total yards (141.3 in passing and 258.5 in rushing) per game. Defensively, Maryland football are yielding 22.8 points and 313.8 total yards (209.8 in passing and 104.0 in rushing) per game.

The Michigan Wolverines (4-1) are coming from a 20-17 win over the Northwestern Wildcats in which Shea Patterson completed 15 of 24 passes for 196 yards.

In rushing, Karan Higdon ran for 115 yards and two touchdowns in 30 carries while Patterson added 31 yards in seven attempts.

In receiving, Nico Collins posted 73 yards in six receptions while Zach Gentry added 46 yards in three catches. Nick Eubanks contributed 45 yards in two catches.

Offensively, Michigan football averages 37.4 points and 411.8 total yards (206.6 in passing and 205.6 in rushing) per game. Defensively, Michigan football yields 14.8 points and 232.6 total yards (146.2 in passing and 86.4 in rushing) per game.

Michigan vs Maryland football schedule:

Date: October 6, 2018
Start Time: 12:00 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: ABC
Live Stream: ESPN+
Odds and Point Spread: -17.5 Michigan
O/U: 47.5
Prediction: Michigan’s defense will carry the victory. The Wolverines will win against the spread.

Texas vs Oklahoma

Texas vs Oklahoma: One of college football’s most storied rivalries renews Saturday when Texas and Oklahoma meet at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas at noon ET. Now known as the Red River Showdown, this clash could have a major impact on both the Big 12 title race and the four-team College Football Playoff. The Sooners will look for their third straight win in this series against a Texas club that has historically given them fits. The Sooners are 7.5-point sportsbook favorites and the over-under is set at 60.5 in the latest Texas vs. Oklahoma odds. Before you make any Texas vs. Oklahoma picks, listen to what SportsLine senior analyst Josh Nagel has to say.

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A Nevada-based expert with 20 years of experience in the sports wagering industry, Nagel specializes in handicapping college athletics. He’s having another solid season in college football, hitting on 60 percent of his spread picks for SportsLine members. Moreover, he has had a keen eye for the tendencies of these two programs, hitting four straight picks in games involving either Texas or Oklahoma.

In Week 3, Nagel advised SportsLine members to back Texas against rebuilding USC. He predicted the Longhorns would have a breakout performance that would spark their season in a positive direction. Texas prevailed 37-14 to easily cover the three-point spread and give Nagel’s followers a comfortable winner.

Now, Nagel has scrutinized the 2018 Red River Showdown from every possible angle to reveal a strong point-spread pick that he’s sharing only at SportsLine.

Nagel knows the Sooners are unlikely to look past a Texas team that would happily play spoiler to their plans for another Big 12 title and playoff run. OU transfer quarterback Kyler Murray, who is gaining attention as a Heisman candidate, threw for 432 yards and six touchdowns against Baylor last week. He also rushed for 45 yards and another touchdown.

Oklahoma’s 48.6 points per game rank No. 8 nationally and the Sooners are rolling up 532 yards of total offense per contest. They also have been respectable on the defensive side, allowing 23.3 points per game.

Even so, there’s no guarantee the Sooners will cover the Red River spread against a Texas club looking for a signature win under coach Tom Herman and has its own designs on a Big 12 title run.

The Longhorns won seven games last season and were widely expected to be one of the most improved teams in the country. However, that optimism was put on hold when the Longhorns were upset by Maryland for the second straight year and followed it with a sluggish performance against a marginal Tulsa club the following week.

Texas also quickly fell behind by double-digits to USC in Week 3, but the Longhorns came alive in the second half and have been a different team ever since. Quarterback Sam Ehlinger has started to realize the potential he showed last year as a rugged dual-threat player, and a sometimes-leaky defense is now swarming to the ball and consistently getting stops.

We can tell you Nagel leans toward the over in the 2018 Red River Shootout, but he has also unearthed the crucial x-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing at SportsLine.

Alabama vs Arkansas

Alabama vs Arkansas: Week 6 of the college football season is officially underway and the Alabama Crimson Tide are once again favored to repeat as national champions. However, every week they’ll have to withstand each team’s best shot, including a matchup on the road against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday at Noon ET. After opening with the Tide as 35-point favorites, the Alabama vs. Arkansas odds have bounced around, with the spread dropping 33.5 before rebounding to the original number. The over-under for total points scored has dropped a full touchdown after opening at 64.5. Before you make your Alabama vs. Arkansas picks, you should see what the SportsLine advanced computer model predicts.

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The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS game 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen massive returns. In the past three years, this proprietary computer model has generated a jaw-dropping $4,210 profit for $100 bettors.

The model has also been red-hot on its top-rated college football picks this season, nailing its last four in Week 5 to improve its overall record to 49-36 on the year. That run included correctly calling the Under (69.5) and Penn State (+3.5) against the spread in the huge Week 5 showdown between the Buckeyes and Nittany Lions. Anyone who has followed it is way, way up.

Now the model has simulated every single play of Alabama vs. Arkansas. We can tell you the over hits in 59 percent of simulations, but it has also locked in a strong against the spread pick that you can bank on over 60 percent of the time. This pick is available only at SportsLine.

The model knows Alabama’s defense is once again loaded with NFL talent, including Anfernee Jennings and Isaiah Buggs off the edges, and they’ve held opponents to just 13 points per game. However, it’s Alabama’s offense under quarterback Tua Tagovailoa that has made this year’s Crimson Tide truly dominant.

Tagovailoa has a staggering 238.3 passer rating, while last year’s starter and current backup Jalen Hurts is at 198.9. Five different Tide receivers have at least 200 yards and seven have found the end zone. On the ground, Najee Harris and Damien Harrishave combined for over 550 yards and five scores. That offensive versatility and depth have been key to Nick Saban and company remaining undefeated.

But just because Alabama has been dominant thus far doesn’t mean it can cover a 35-point spread on the road against Arkansas.

The Razorbacks have bad losses to Colorado State and North Texas, and were blown out by Auburn. However, they are coming off their best performance of the year after taking Texas A&M to the wire on the road in a 24-17 loss. And that same A&M team gave the Crimson Tide the closest thing they’ve seen to a fight this year (45-23).

The Razorbacks’ defense recorded three sacks and forced a pair of interceptions against the Aggies. With their home crowd behind them, the Razorbacks will look to duplicate last week’s performance against Alabama’s explosive offense.

Khabib vs McGregor

Khabib vs McGregor : “Maybe he chicken. This is nothing. UFC pay me big money to sit here if he come or not,” Khabib Nurmagomedov says from his perch. at T-Arena, Las Vegas

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Dana White said it was important for the UFC to come back to Brooklyn to make it up to the fans after McGregor’s UFC 223 riot.

His “disgusting” onslaught shattered the record of views for the Embedded series like those infamous bus windows. Now, the footage is a sizzle reel to promote what is being called the biggest fight in UFC history.

Still, with millions of dollars on the line, White is adamant that if McGregor fails to show up today, he’ll be pulled from the card. The media members in attendance aren’t convinced.

“Do not give him way out, Dana. We must finish this business. Let him be Burger King. Everybody know it’s Khabib Time,” Nurmagomedov says.

Nurmagomedov broke out of his shell during the dizzying flip-flop from Tony Ferguson to Max Holloway to Al Iaquinta before UFC 223 on April 7. It almost seems like that exhausting gauntlet was training for this, as if his uncanny winning streak was all to prepare him for this career-defining battle. Inshallah, Alhamdulillah.

Despite English as a second language, he’s owning this press conference. You almost don’t miss McGregor—until he shows up.

Dressed to the nines and cackling like the Joker if he had kidnapped the audience, Conor McGregor struts onto the stage.

Anger and a distinct red hue fade from Dana White’s face. The UFC president smiles ear-to-ear and bursts into applause. The two hug and a mic is put in McGregor’s hand.

“Don’t worry, Brooklyn. Your city is safe,” McGregor says.

From then on, it’s his show. …And it’s spectacular.

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