Week 6 College Football Picks: Florida vs. LSU and 3 Blowouts Waiting to Happen

Kyle VassaloFeatured ColumnistOctober 6, 2011

BATON ROUGE, LA - OCTOBER 01:  Jarrett Lee #12 quarterback of the Louisiana State University Tigers encourages the crowd during a game being held at Tiger Stadium on October 1, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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There are three ranked matchups everyone is dying to see this weekend. Unfortunately, all of them are going to be lopsided blowouts.

Here are three blowouts waiting to happen in Week 6.

No. 17 Florida vs. No. 1 LSU

Florida was blown away by Alabama last week in what was supposed to be a spectacular SEC clash. They don't exactly have time to lick their wounds, as the Gators have to take on the best team in the nation this week.

LSU's shut-down defense is giving up an incredible 12.8 points a game. With three wins over ranked opponents under their belt, LSU is rolling. The Gators aren't easy prey by any means, but they've got no shot at competing this week.

No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No. 11 Texas

The Red-River rivalry is one of the best games of the year. It's great to see both teams coming in at 4-0, but the Longhorns are going to find themselves outmatched. Landry Jones and Oklahoma offense have beaten every opponent that has come their way.

Texas has looked overly impressive this season, but they haven't played any team worth mentioning, and they narrowly escaped BYU. They may be at home, but Oklahoma is one of the best teams in the nation and will prove it en route to a blowout victory.

No. 15 Auburn vs. No. 10 Arkansas

This is actually going to be a blowout and an upset tied into one. Arkansas bounced back from a big loss against Alabama with a huge victory against Texas A&M. Unfortunately, Auburn won't be handing them a victory as the Aggies did.

Auburn is 4-1 with two wins over ranked opponents. Their only loss came at the hands of a ferocious Clemson team. Arkansas looked vulnerable in the first half of their last game, and Auburn isn't going to back down once they get rolling, even though they are on the road.

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