Week 6 SSA Power Lines

During week 5 we saw a David attempt to emerge but the much more common story of Goliath finding a way to win rang true. In addition to being aware of injuries this is also the time of year when teams are coming off of byes. With a 14 week schedule teams get two byes this season.

While early line value won’t be huge ,be on the look out to grab the correct side of a critical number. It’s way easier to win when you have a good number.

DayTeam ATeam BA LocTm A Spread
ThuGeorgia SouthernSouth AlabamaAway-13.9
ThuEast CarolinaTempleHome9.3
FriCincinnatiUCFHome2
FriNew MexicoSan Jose StateAway7.4
SatAir ForceNavyAway-3.4
SatArizonaColoradoAway0.4
SatArkansas StateGeorgia StateAway-7.8
SatAuburnFloridaAway-0.3
SatBall StateNorthern IllinoisAway5.4
SatBaylorKansas StateAway3.2
SatBoise StateUNLVAway-19.8
SatBoston CollegeLouisvilleAway4.8
SatBowling GreenNotre DameAway49.2
SatCaliforniaOregonAway18.9
SatCentral MichiganEastern MichiganHome3.3
SatGeorgiaTennesseeAway-20.7
SatIllinoisMinnesotaAway14.6
SatIowaMichiganAway0.9
SatKent StateWisconsinAway32.2
SatNew Mexico StateLibertyHome7.5
SatMarshallMiddle TennesseeAway-4.7
SatMarylandRutgersAway-11.6
SatFlorida InternationalMassachusettsHome-23.8
SatLouisiana-MonroeMemphisHome15
SatMichigan StateOhio StateAway18.1
SatGeorgia TechNorth CarolinaHome11.8
SatNebraskaNorthwesternHome-6.1
SatBuffaloOhioHome3.6
SatKansasOklahomaHome32.9
SatOklahoma StateTexas TechAway-8.5
SatOregon StateUCLAAway8.6
SatDukePittsburghHome-6.2
SatPenn StatePurdueHome-24.9
SatRiceUABAway9.1
SatColorado StateSan Diego StateHome7.1
SatConnecticutSouth FloridaHome14.3
SatTexasWest VirginiaAway-11.1
SatIowa StateTCUHome-5
SatUTEPUTSAHome1.3
SatMissouriTroyHome-24.4
SatArmyTulaneHome3
SatSMUTulsaHome-13.2
SatLSUUtah StateHome-23.5
SatOle MissVanderbiltHome-4.5
SatMiami FLVirginia TechHome-14.1
SatStanfordWashingtonHome11.1
SatOld DominionWestern KentuckyHome6.1
SatToledoWestern MichiganHome-3.6
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Jordan Sundheim is a veteran of the sports analytics field with a background in both athletics and statistics. He earned his master's at Duke, coached football at Stanford, and is currently a sports analytics consultant.