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EARLY ONLY Vegas Lines
Auburn @ Arkansas (-6.5) 51 o/u
Clemson (-7) @ Miami 55 o/u
Houston (-22) @ Central Florida 56.5 o/u
Iowa State @ Baylor (-37) 78 o/u
Kansas State @ Texas (-6.5) 50 o/u
Northwestern @ Nebraska (-7.5) 51.5 o/u
Pittsburgh (-7) @ Syracuse 49 o/u
Bowling Green (-14) @ Kent State 59 o/u
Toledo (-14.5) @ Massachusetts 62 o/u
Duke @ Virginia Tech (-3) 43.5 o/u
Indiana @ Michigan State (-16.5) 62 o/u
Penn State (-6.5) @ Maryland 47 o/u
Tennessee @ Alabama (-15) 53 o/u
Texas Tech @ Oklahoma (-14.5) 73 o/u
Virginia @ UNC (-17.5) 61 o/u
Wisconsin (-6) @ Illinois 45.5 o/u
Washington State @ Arizona (-7.5) 74 o/u
Seth Russell – Baylor
I might have to go 100% with Russell in Head-to-Heads. At this point, I think there’s less blowout-risk than normal for Russell coming out early since Baylor does need to pump up the numbers to make the college football playoff at the end of the season. Instead of hedging my risk not playing Russell in H2H’s on FD, I’ll likely hedge him out in 50/50’s since it was possible to win with Falk in last week.
Luke Falk – Washington State
I like this matchup against a below average Arizona pass defense that’s given up 12 passing TDs and only 6 INTs. I like that Arizona is a home favorite in this one, meaning Falk will be in 50+ throw mode all game again.
Baker Mayfield – Oklahoma
Probably more useful on Draftkings in the 2 QB format, but I could see using him in tournament lineups on Fanduel. This is a great matchup against a high-powered offense, but a weak defense. Against weak teams, Mayfield has delivered and outside 1 bad game against Texas – he’s done well, especially at home.
Greg Ward Jr. – Houston
UCF is well below average at passing defense, but the team is what I would call average at stopping the run giving up 4.0 yards per carry and 154 yards per game. UCF has lost every game this season, so the fact that they’ve held teams to 154 yards per game rushing is actually decent. At this point, it’s established that Ward is essentially rushing TD dependent, but he’s managed to do that very consistently this season. I wouldn’t play him in my H2H’s, but is an option in 50/50’s. I rank Ward a bit lower than his price implies because I believe it might be difficult to extract a ton of value at these prices, but I fully expect him to have a good game.
Marquiese Williams – UNC
Virginia just faced a rushing QB in Eric Dungey of Syracuse. He had 150 yards passing 2 TDs, and 18 carries for 85 yards and 1 TD. I think Williams is capable of having a really good game here. He should be useful on DK in the 2 QB format, and I think I will certainly use him in tournament lineups on Fanduel because he’s capable of 40 fantasy points.
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