Week 6 CFB Predictions & Playoff Predictions


Bo Nix throwing a pass in his weekm 5 win. Image courtesy Getty Images.

Season Records:

Jacob: 20-5 (Saddened by Maryland)

Preston: 20-5 (No L’s taken last week)

Chris: 20-5 (USC is just so bad)


#14 Iowa at #19 Michigan

Jacob: Iowa 34 – 27 TTUN

Michigan this season has just been downright bad. They haven’t proven a single thing and big-money Harbaugh is in the hot seat for his job. If, or when Harbaugh loses this game, he may lose his job. Iowa is a threat for the B1G this year, and Michigan will fall even further. 

Chris: Michigan 27- 17 Iowa 

Michigan has underachieved tremendously this season with hopes of a possible Playoff birth to start the year. The Wolverines got walloped on the road at Wisconsin and got taken down to the ropes against Army. With all this being said Michigan needs a good showing against a good Iowa team. Michigan will boost their resume and get back on track.

Preston: Michigan 23-20 Iowa

I think Iowa has the potential to cause problems for this Michigan offense. But I have a feeling they will squeak out a win that prolongs their playoff hopes just a little bit longer. Michigan by 3.


#7 Auburn at #10 Florida

Jacob: Auburn 42 – 23 Florida

Florida is so overrated this year, not having played anyone. They beat a not-good Kentucky team by 8, big whoop. They deserve to lose. Also, Auburn is a great football team; Florida is not. Auburn in a landslide.

Chris: Florida 28 – 20 Auburn 

Auburn has been on a roll lately but Bo Nix is still a little bit shaky. Florida has back up quarterback Kyle Trask under center Saturday. With both teams pretty much even at quarterback I expect this one to come down to coaching. Dan Mullen will assert his dominance and out coach Malzahn. Florida pulls away late.

Preston: Auburn 34-20 Florida

I’m 0-2 when I’ve picked against Auburn this year. I’m not making the same mistake again here. Auburn is honestly one of the most well rounded teams in the country. I still think Bo Nix will choke at some point this season, but just not here. 


#11 Texas at West Virginia

Jacob: Texas 56 – 15 WV

Sorry Chris, West Virginia is garbage this year. Texas has the chance to put up 70 on the bad Mountaineers. They will miss Will Grier very badly.

Chris: Texas 38 – 17 West Virginia

Austin Kendall, I am rooting for you man, I really am! You are no Will Grier though and I don’t expect a pretty outcome


                     your friend, Chris

Preston: Texas 45-10 WVU

Sam Ehlinger will pick apart this horrible secondary, and West Virginia is just horrible in general. Give me the Longhorns big. 


Baylor at Kansas State

Jacob: Baylor 38 – 27 KSU

Baylor is undefeated at this point in the season, yet seemingly aren’t receiving any attention. A good win against a good Kansas State may propel them to the top 25.

Chris: Baylor 30-24 Kansas State 

Baylor’s 4-0 record is a fluke up until this point. They will win here, but unless they beat a Playoff caliber opponent I am not buying this team. Baylor escapes and stays unbeaten. 

Preston: Baylor 30-20 KSU

Baylor will win here, but they aren’t gonna be a contender in the Big 12 this year. I could see them winning eight games this year. 


#25 Michigan State at #4 Ohio State

Jacob: OSU 52 – 6 MSU

Ohio State is overall one of the top teams in the nation, and they really haven’t demonstrated a weakness yet this season. Michigan State has struggled all year to put up points, and their defense has not been close to top tier either. Ohio State will dominate yet again.

Chris: Ohio State 41 – 10 Michigan State 

Ohio State is the best team I have seen all year and no one will be stopping them any time soon. Buckeyes crush the Spartans in an overhyped game

Preston: Ohio State 47-10

Ohio State is getting a ton of hype right now, and they will get even more by blowing out MSU here. The Buckeyes haven’t showed any flaws up to this point, and they will continue their dominance Saturday night. 





#1 Alabama (13-0)

#2 Ohio State (13-0)

#3 Clemson (13-0)

#4 LSU (11-1)

(First Out) Oklahoma (12-1)

(Second Out) Oregon (12-1)


Champion: Ohio State over LSU



#1 Alabama (13-0)

#2 Ohio State (13-0)

#3 Clemson (13-0)

#4 Oklahoma (12-1)

(First out) -LSU (11-1)

(Second out) -Georgia (11-2)


Champion: Alabama over Ohio State 



#1 Alabama (13-0)

#2 Ohio State (13-0)

#3 Oklahoma (12-1)

#4 Clemson (12-1)

(First out)- Georgia (11-2)

(Second out)- LSU (10-2) 


Champion: Alabama over Ohio State