In this edition, hosts Adam Burke and Matt Lindeman discuss Week 6 games and take a look at a few teams that impressed and disappointed last weekend. Also, is it time to start playing quality over quantity as lines become tighter?
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2:05-6:14 — Teams that impressed.
- Oregon State, Clemson, Texas A&M, San Jose State.
6:15-10:25 — Teams that disappointed.
- Stanford, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Georgia Tech, Illinois.
9:55-16:00 — Now that non-con play is mostly over and the market is becoming more efficient, is it time to start narrowing down volume of plays?
- Lindeman: “I typically slow down after September, and I don’t feel like you have the same edge that you had in the first three weeks. There were so many angles and edges to play early on, that it benefited you to play high volume. Now, it’s a quality over quantity approach.”
16:01-21:54 — Miami at Notre Dame -13.5
21:55-25:59 —Michigan -3 at Purdue
26:00-30:06 — West Virginia at Texas -7
30:07-34:30 — USC -14 at Utah
34:31-39:12 — LSU -2.5 at Florida
39:13-42:45 — Georgia at South Carolina -1 (Wild Card)
42:46-END — Northern Illinois -2.5 at Ball State (Wild Card)