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KSL Pick'em: Majority struggles with tough Week 6 slate

By Robert Jackson, | Posted - Oct. 8, 2019 at 10:42 a.m.

SALT LAKE CITY — Did poorly in Week 6? You are not alone, as nearly everyone seemed to be on the wrong side of what has been the toughest slate so far in KSL College Football Pick'em.

Fans only averaged 15.4 points this week, 11 points down from last week's average and the lowest this season by three full points. Only 1% of participants (117 users) went a perfect 5-0, with the majority of fans falling somewhere between 1-4 (like me) and 3-2.

BYU squeaked out the best fan base with a 16 point average, while Utah and Utah State fans set record lows for the season, averaging just 15.4 and 14 points. To date, Utah holds a slight 21.6-21.5 lead over Utah State, while BYU sits at 20.2.

This week's first, second and third place winners will get $100, $70 and $40 Visa gift cards, respectively, courtesy of Peak Orthopaedics, which provides comprehensive joint care for the entire body from expert orthopaedic and sports medicine physicians. The overall first, second and third place winners will receive $500, $250 and $115, respectively. See KSL Pick'em for the tiebreaker rules.

Below are the results from Week 6, including the updated leaderboard from the Sports group.

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