College football betting weather watch: Week 6

Weather has certainly played a factor in the first five weeks of the college football season and will continue to do so in Week 6.

Here are a few key matchups that are being threatened by inclement weather Saturday:

Navy at Air Force (-8, 54.5)

Site: Falcon Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-30s with a 40 percent chance of snow. Winds will be light out of the south.

Boston College at Army (7, 56.5)

Site: Blaik Field at Michie Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-60s with a 35 percent chance of rain. Westerly winds at 7 mph are expected.

Massachusetts at Western Michigan (-16.5, 55)

Site: Waldo Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the high-40s with a 65 percent chance of showers. Westerly winds at 14 mph are expected.

LSU at Florida (2.5, 41.5)

Site: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-80s with a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms. Winds will be light out of the north.

Iowa State at TCU (-7, 41)

Site: Amon G. Carter Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-50s with a 40 percent chance of showers. Winds will be out of the north at 12 mph.

UNLV at Louisiana Tech (-27.5, 69.5)

Site: Joe Aillet Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-60s with a 40 percent chance of precipitation. Northerly winds at 9 mph are expected.

Oklahoma at Texas Tech (4, 57)

Site: Jones AT&T Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the high-40s with a 25 percent chance of rain. Winds will blow out of the east at 12 mph.

Georgia Tech at Clemson (-10, 72.5)

Site: Memorial Stadium

Forecasts are calling for mild temperatures in the mid-70s with a 25 percent chance of thunderstorms later in the afternoon. Winds will be light out of the west.

West Virginia at Texas (-7.5, 73)

Site: Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the high-60s with a 25 percent chance of showers. Winds will blow out of the north at 13 mph.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for our Editorial Team, please contact us at Editorial

            share   SHARE   rss   RSS FEED   email   EMAIL   print   PRINT

There haven't been any comments posted on this article. Be the first to respond!

You are currently not logged in.
Login | Signup | Help
You must be logged in to post a comment.

Top Response

There have been no comments on this article. Be the first to respond!