College Football Friday: FD/DK Main Slates

Virginia Tech -2.5 @ Virginia O/U 47

Texas Tech @ Texas -10 O/U 63

Iowa -5.5 @ Nebraska O/U 45

Boise State -14 @ Colorado State O/U 57.5

Cincinnati @ Memphis -11 O/U 57

Washington State @ Washington -8 O/U 63

West Virginia @ TCU -13.5 O/U 43.5

Appalachian State -13 @ Troy O/U 62.5

South Florida @ Central Florida -23 O/U 63

Missouri -12.5 @ Arkansas O/U 53.5

Injury Situations:
App St. WR Corey Sutton is OUT.
Boise State QB Hank Bachmeier is questionable.
Iowa RB Tyler Goodson and WR Brandon Smith are questionable.
Nebraska WRs Kanawai Noa and WanDale Robinson are questionable.
USF RB Jordan Cronkrite, Trevon Sands are OUT and QB Jordan McCloud is questionable.
Texas WRs Collin Johnson, Brennan Eagles, and RB Keoantay Ingram are questionable.
Texas Tech WR Dalton Rigdon and RB Ta’Zhawn Henry are questionable.
Virginia Tech WR Tayvion Robinson is questionable.
WVU WR TJ Simmons is questionable.

Virginia Tech (25 Implied Team Total)
In one of the least appealing games on the Friday slate, Hendon Hooker ($8.2k FD/$6.2k DK) has produced a win in 3 straight starts for the Hokies. The dual threat QB averaged 184.7 passing yards and 35.3 rushing yards in those 3 games. Hooker threw 4 TD passes and rushed for 3 more TDs in that span. The matchup this week with the Virginia Cavaliers’ isn’t particularly attractive. The Cavaliers rank 39th in passing yards allowed (204.4 pass yards) and they’re only allowing 1.55 TD passes per game this season. The Hokies’ offense is extremely run-heavy (64.7/35.3 run-pass split) and averages 68.6 plays per game.

Deshawn McClease ($6.5k FD/$4.8k DK) has received at least 11 carries in 7 straight games. The junior leads the Hokies with 631 yards rushing and 5 TDs on 150 carries. He’s been held under 59 rushing yards in 4 straight games. This is a tough matchup as UVA is allowing opposing backfields under 120 yards per game. They’ve allowed 14 rush TDs in 11 games.

Damon Hazelton ($7.6k FD/$5.9k DK) and Tre Turner ($7.1k FD/$5.4k DK) are the two relevant WRs for the Hokies. Despite missing 3 games this season, Hazelton leads the Hokies with 7 TD receptions. He has 23 receptions and 388 yards receiving on 50 targets (leads team) despite missing 3 games. The junior has 6 TD receptions over the last 5 games. The versatile, Turner, has 26 receptions, 408 yards receiving, and 3 TD receptions on 47 targets (9 games). Turner also has 193 yards rushing and 1 TD on 19 carries. The sophomore has at least 1 carry in 4 consecutive games.

In 2019 (11 games), VT is 68th in passing yards allowed with 229.8 yards/game. They are 24th in rushing yards allowed with 118.1 yards/game. The defense has given up 12 TDs on the ground (1.09 TD/game) and 19 TDs through the air (1.73 TD/game) this season.

Virginia (22 Implied Team Total)
QB Bryce Perkins ($9.6k FD/$6.8k DK) has accounted for 24 of the Cavaliers’ 41 offensive TDs this season. The dual threat senior passer is averaging 239.8 passing yards, 47.5 rushing yards, and 2.18 total TDs per game. Perkins has 4 rush TDs in the Cavaliers’ last 3 games. If there was a vulernable spot for this week’s opponent, Virginia Tech, it’s through the air. The Hokies are slightly below average against the pass. They’re allowing 229.8 passing yards per game and they’ve surrendered 19 pass TDs (only 5 teams on the DK slate have allowed more pass TDs). However, Virginia Tech has shut out their last two opponents and have surrendered 21 or less points in 4 straight games. The Cavaliers’ offense has favored the pass (51.8/48.2) and averages 69.8 plays per game.

RB Wayne Taulapapa ($8k FD/$5.2k DK) is the team’s primary RB. The freshman is a TD or bust play. His high-water mark is 77 yards rushing in any single game this season. He’s been held under 37 yards rushing in 2 straight games. However, the big ball carrier has scored 11 TDs this season despite rushing for only 399 yards. He has 6 rush TDs in the last 4 games. QB Perkins leads the Cavaliers with 523 yards rushing (9 rush TD).

Joe Reed ($7.8k FD/$6.8k DK) is the Cavaliers’ leading WR. Reed has 65 receptions for 561 yards and 6 TDs on 98 targets. He has at least 4 receptions in all 11 games this season. Reed has a TD reception in 2 straight games. Terrell Jana ($7.3k FD/$4.4k DK) has 56 receptions for 634 yards and 1 TD on 80 targets. Jana has either eclipsed 100 yards receiving or scored a TD in 3 straight games. He leads the team in targets over the last 4 games with 43 targets (32/385/1). Hasise Dubois ($7.6k FD/$5.4k DK) has 51 receptions for 710 yards and 3 TDs on 70 targets.

In 2019 (11 games), Virginia is 39th in passing yards allowed with 204.4 yards/game. They are 25th in rushing yards allowed with 118.8 yards/game. The defense has given up 14 TDs on the ground (1.27 TD/game) and 17 TDs through the air (1.55 TD/game) this season.

Texas Tech (26.5 Implied Team Total)
Jett Duffey’s ($9.1k FD/$7k DK) has topped 333 yards passing in 3 straight games. The dual threat QB has thrown at least 33 passes in 7 of his starts this season. Duffey has recorded at least 24.6 DK points in each of the last 4 games. This is a home run spot for the voluminous passer as Texas has been torched via the pass the season. The Longhorns are allowing nearly 300 yards passing per game and they’ve been beat for 25 pass TDs in only 11 games. The Red Raiders offense favors the pass (55.5/44.5 pass-run split) and averages 77.6 plays per game. Both offenses run a TON of plays each game.

Sarodorick Thompson ($8.5k FD/$5.6k DK) squashed any health concerns last week as he ran for 84 yards and 1 TD on 21 carries while also catching 7 passes for 28 yards on 9 targets Texas Tech’s 30-27 loss to Kansas State. The freshman has 679 yards rushing and 11 TDs on 144 carries. He’s also caught 35 passes for 147 yards on 42 targets. He’s definitely viable this week due to his role in both the pass and run games despite the Longhorns’ solid run defense (allowed 12 rush TDs in 11 games).

TJ Vasher ($7.7k FD/$6k DK) returned from a 2-game suspension last week and caught 2 of 3 targets for 33 yards and 1 TD. The big bodied WR leads the Red Raiders in targets (73) and TD receptions (6). He has 37 receptions and 473 yards receiving in 9 games. Vasher has played 5 games with Duffey starting; he’s caught a TD in all 5 of those games. Dalton Rigdon ($6.8k FD/$4.6k DK) is questionable after missing last week’s game with a concussion. He’s posted 4/75/1, 3/106/1, and 7/76/1 in the last 3 games that he’s played in. RJ Turner ($7.5k FD/$5k DK) has been on fire lately. Turner caught 7 passes for 141 yards and 1 TD on 8 targets last week. The week prior, he caught 3 passes for 116 yards and 2 TDs on 4 targets. He remains cheap on DK. Erik Ezukanma ($7.2k FD/$5k DK) has a TD reception in 2 straight games. The freshman has 35 receptions, 529 yards receiving, and 3 TDs on 55 targets. He leads the Red Raiders in targets over the last 3 games (22). McLane Mannix ($5.5k FD/$4.3k DK) hasn’t been as effective as the guys listed above him but he’s been targeted 11 times in the last 2 games (7 receptions and 53 yards receiving in those 2 games). He’s less viable if Rigdon returns this week.

In 2019 (11 games), Texas Tech is 126th in passing yards allowed with 304.2 yards/game. They are 74th in rushing yards allowed with 164.4 yards/game. The defense has given up 19 TDs on the ground (1.73 TD/game) and 19 TDs through the air (1.73 TD/game) this season.

Texas (36.5 Implied Team Total)
Texas returns home after no showing on offense in a 24-10 loss to Baylor. Sam Ehlinger ($10k FD/$8.3k DK) has accounted for 32 of the Longhorns’ 46 offensive TDs (69.6%). The dual threat QB is averaging 283.1 passing yards, 46.1 rushing yards, and nearly 3 total TDs per game. After failing to find the end zone in last week’s debacle, Ehlinger finds himself in a prime bounce back spot. This week’s opponent, Texas Tech, is bad against both the pass and the run. They’re allowing nearly 470 yards of total offense and they’ve coughed up 38 total TDs on defense this season. This is a good game to stack as both defenses are brutal and both offenses play extremely fast. The Longhorns’ offense favors the pass (51.7/48.3 pass-run split) and averages 74.4 offensive plays per game.

Keaontay Ingram ($8.4k FD/$6.2k DK) is nursing an ankle injury and is questionable to play this week. He leads the Longhorns with 728 yards rushing and 6 TDs on 129 carries. He also has 26 receptions, 215 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 32 targets. Roschon Johnson ($5.8k FD/$5.1k DK) would be the beneficiary if Ingram is ruled out. He’s really cheap on FD. Johnson has 495 yards rushing and 4 TDs on 94 carries. He also has 21 receptions, 154 yards receiving, and 1 TD on 28 targets.

Collin Johnson is doubtful this week (35/497/2 in 6 games this season) after missing the last 2 games. Devin Duvernay ($9.4k FD/$7.7k DK) and Brennan Eagles will ($6.9k FD/$5.1k DK) continue to be targeted heavily with Johnson out. Duvernay has been incredible this season; he has at least 6 receptions in all 11 games (at least 8 receptions in 6 straight games). He’s topped 107 yards receiving in 4 out of the last 5 games. The senior has 97 receptions, 1,095 yards receiving, and 7 TDs on 118 targets (7th in the nation). He’s a fantastic play on DK this week. Eagles, the freshman, has been targeted 16 times in the last 2 games (6/110/0 in those games). He has 27 receptions, 498 yards receiving, and 6 TDs on 57 targets (10 games). Malcolm Epps ($5.8k FD/$3.7k DK) has started for Johnson when Johnson has missed games due to injury. In the last 2 games sans Johnson, Epps has 5 receptions, 53 yards receiving, and 1 TD on 10 targets. John Burt ($4.8k FD/$3.5k DK) and Jake Smith ($5.5k FD/$4.5k DK) will also see time in the WR rotation with Johnson out. Burt is a fade as he’s only caught 5 passes for 52 yards on 15 targets this season (1 TD). Smith is a burner and he’s caught 22 passes for 223 yards and 5 TDs on 31 targets.

In 2019 (11 games), Texas is 124th in passing yards allowed with 298 yards/game. They are 55th in rushing yards allowed with 146.1 yards/game. The defense has given up 12 TDs on the ground (1.09 TD/game) and 25 TDs through the air (2.27 TD/game) this season.

Iowa (25.5 Implied Team Total)
Another game with very little DFS appeal. QB Nathan Stanley ($6.7k FD/$6.3k DK) is averaging 239.9 passing yards and 1.27 pass TDs per game. He’s unappealing on a 9-game slate. Iowa’s offense is run heavy (52/48 run-pass split). The Hawkeyes are averaging 67.7 snaps on offense.

The Hawkeyes’ backfield is in a tremendous spot as they take on the Cornhuskers. Nebraska has surrendered 23 rush TDs in only 11 games this season (2nd most on the slate by 3). Tyler Goodson ($7k FD/$4.3k DK) appears to have taken over the Iowa backfield. He’s led the team in carries in each of the last 2 games. The freshman has 34 carries, 142 yards rushing, and 2 TDs in those 2 games. He’s listed as questionable this week though I haven’t seen anything that puts his status in doubt. If for some reason he doesn’t suit up, the Hawkeyes will likely rotate Mekhi Sargent ($6k FD/$4.9k DK) and Toren Young ($7k FD/$3.9k DK) in the backfield. Sargent leads the team with 488 yards rushing and 4 TDs on 109 carries. Goodson has rushed for 474 yards and 3 TDs on 103 carries while Young has 408 yards rushing and 1 TD on 74 carries. Goodson has also caught 21 passes for 146 yards on 24 targets (0 TD). Goodson is significantly underpriced on DK.

Brandon Smith ($6.5k FD/$5.1k DK), Ihmir Smith-Marsette ($7.4k FD/$5.2k DK), Tyrone Tracey ($7.1k FD/$4.1k DK), and Nico Ragaini ($6.1k FD/$3.9k DK) are the relevant pass catchers. Smith has missed 4 consecutive games and is questionable this week. He has 33 receptions, 407 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 53 targets (6 games). Smith-Marsette has 41 receptions, 654 yards receiving and 4 TDs on 68 targets. He has at least 3 receptions in all 11 games this season. Tracy has atleast 5 receptions in 3 straight games. He’s been targeted 10 times in back-to-back games. The freshman has 34 receptions, 569 yards receiving, and 3 TDs on 59 targets. He’s cheap on DK. Ragaini is a possession WR; he has 41 receptions, 373 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 71 targets. The freshman has a TD reception in 2 out of the last 3 games. He hasn’t topped 32 yards receiving in 5 straight games.

In 2019 (11 games), Iowa is 20th in passing yards allowed with 191.8 yards/game. They are 22nd in rushing yards allowed with 114.3 yards/game. The defense has given up 4 TD on the ground (.36 TD/game) and 11 TDs through the air (1 TD/game) this season.

Nebraska (20 Implied Team Total)
Adrian Martinez ($8.6k FD/$6.8k DK) has started each of the last 3 games since returning from injury. The dual threat QB has recorded 26.7, 26.7, and 30.2 DK points in those 3 games (MD, WISC, and PUR). This will be a difficult matchup for the young QB. Iowa has held every Big 10 opponent (7 games) under 24 points this season. That includes the likes of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Penn State. The Huskers’ offense is run-heavy (61.9/38.1 run-pass split) and averages 71.6 plays per game.

The Cornhuskers are the walking wounded. Dedrick Mills ($7.6k FD/$5.3k DK) battled through the flu and rushed for 65 yards and 1 TD on 12 carries in last week’s win over Maryland. He also caught 2 passes for 19 yards on 4 targets. The matchup with Iowa’s run defense is the toughest on the slate. The Hawkeyes have only coughed up 4 rush TDs this season (slate best by 8). He’s completely off the radar if star WR/RB WanDale Robinson ($7.5k FD/$5.8k DK) returns this week. While he’s questionable, Robinson didn’t travel to Maryland. The Huskers started utilizing Robinson in the backfield as soon as Maurice Washington was kicked off the team (played the last 3 games without Washington). In Robinson’s last 2 games, he ran for 112 yards and 1 TD on 36 carries while also recording 13 receptions and 117 yards receiving on 16 targets.

JD Spielman ($8.3k FD/$6.1k DK) leads the Huskers with 864 yards receiving. He has 46 receptions (4 TDs) on 72 targets. Spielman has posted 7/104/2, 4/71/1, and 6/123/0 in the last 3 games. Kanawai Noa ($6.5k FD) starts opposite of Spielman. He’s done virtually nothing with his starting role. Noa has 17 receptions, 245 yards receiving and 2 TDs on 40 targets. He’s questionable this week after missing last week’s win over Maryland.

The Huskers’ offense is heavily concentrated on Martinez/RB (Robinson if he plays)/Spielman. However, the matchup isn’t good but that’ll likely reduce their ownership this week.

In 2019 (11 games), Nebraska is 47th in passing yards allowed with 210 yards/game. They are 87th in rushing yards allowed with 184.7 yards/game. The defense has given up 23 TDs on the ground (2.09 TD/game) and 14 TDs through the air (1.27 TD/game) this season.

Boise State (36 Implied Team Total)
Jaylon Henderson ($8.3k FD/$6.6k DK) has started each of the last 2 games. He threw for 187 yards and 3 TDs while also rushing for 45 yards in a win over Utah State last week. The week prior, the senior threw for 292 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT and rushed for 8 yards in a win over New Mexico. This will be a situation to monitor prior to kick-off. Hank Bachmeier ($8.4k FD/$5.8k DK) and Chase Cord ($7.5k FD/$5.5k DK) have both missed time due to injuries. Both guys were suited up last week and are seemingly ready to return to action (as soon as this week possibly). The Broncos’ offense is run-heavy (54.6/45.4 run-pass split) and averages 72.1 plays per game.

George Holani ($8.7k FD/$6.1k DK) leads the Broncos with 870 yards rushing and 7 TDs on 147 carries. He’s also caught 18 passes for 149 yards and 2 TDs on 25 targets. Holani has had some huge games lately (last week 16/178/2 against Utah State and 28/126/4 against SJSU 3 games prior). Andrew Van Buren ($6.4k FD/$3.3k DK) is in play on DK due to his cheap price tag. He’s carried the ball 24 times for 81 yards in the Broncos’ last 2 games. This week’s matchup with Colorado State is phenomenal for the Holani and company. The Rams have been trampled on the ground this season. They’re allowing 205.4 yards rushing per game and have surrendered 21 rush TDs (tied for 3rd most on the DK slate) in 11 games.

John Hightower ($8.5k FD/$6.7k DK), CT Thomas ($6.7k FD/$5.4k DK), Khalil Shakir ($7.8k FD/$5.9k DK) and Akilian Butler ($5.9k FD/$4.1k DK) are the starting WRs. Hightower leads the Broncos in receiving yards (810) and TD receptions (7). The senior has 40 receptions on 70 targets. He’s cleared 124 yards receiving in 2 out of the last 4 games. He also has a TD reception in back-to-back games. Khalil Shakir has 46 receptions, 642 yards receiving, and 5 TDs on 72 targets. He’s also rushed for 60 yards and 2 TDs on 12 carries. The sophomore has a TD reception in 2 straight games. He’s also had at least 1 rushing attempt in 6 straight games. Thomas has 32 receptions, 446 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 47 targets. He’s been held under 37 yards receiving in 5 straight games. Lastly, Butler checks in with 24 receptions, 288 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 46 targets.

In 2019 (11 games), Boise State is 67th in passing yards allowed with 228.8 yards/game. They are 23rd in rushing yards allowed with 117.4 yards/game. The defense has given up 14 TDs on the ground (1.27 TD/game) and 16 TDs through the air (1.45 TD/game) this season.

Colorado State (22 Implied Team Total)
Patrick O’Brien ($6.9k FD/$6.2k DK) will make his 9th start this season this week against Boise State. The junior is averaging 297.4 yards and passing 1.25 pass TDs. O’Brien has attempted at least 30 passes in 7 out of 9 starts. He’s eclipsed 300 yards passing in 4 games (2 of which he topped 405 yards passing). The matchup with the Broncos is neutral. Boise State is allowing around 230 yards passing (allowed 16 pass TDs in 11 games). The Broncos have held their last 3 opponents to 21 points or less.

I’m not interested in either Marcus McElroy ($6.7k FD/$3.7k DK) or Jaylon Thomas ($6.5k FD/$3.8k DK) as they make up the Rams’ backfield. Thomas has led McElroy 22-18 in carries over the last 2 games. This is not an ideal spot as Boise State has one of the better run defenses in the nation (allowing 1.27 rush TDs and 117.4 rush yards per game).

Star WR Warren Jackson ($9.2k FD/$7.5k DK) has been targeted 114 times in 9 games this season. He’s been targeted 10+ times in 7 out of 9 games (6 straight games with 10+ targets); he’s been targeted at least 9 times in every game this season. The high-volume pass catcher has 69 receptions, 1,035 yards, and 7 TDs this season. The junior has at least 6 receptions in 6 straight games. He’s topped 88 yards receiving in 6 straight games as well. Diminutive speedster, Dante Wright ($7.5k FD/$6.5k DK), has 55 receptions, 756 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 76 targets. The freshman has at least 3 receptions in all 11 games this season. Finally, Trey McBride ($6.4k FD/$3.9k DK) (the starting tight end), has 36 receptions, 459 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 44 targets. The sophomore has at least 2 receptions in 5 straight games. He also has 4 TD receptions over the last 5 games.

In 2019 (11 games), CSU is 7th in passing yards allowed with 175.1 yards/game. They are 113th in rushing yards allowed with 205.4 yards/game. The defense has given up 21 TDs on the ground (1.91 TD/game) and 17 TDs through the air (1.55 TD/game) this season.
Cincinnati (23 Implied Team Total)
QB Desmond Ridder ($7.6k FD/$6.5k DK) is averaging 166.9 passing yards, 39.3 rushing yards, and 1.64 total TDs per game this season. The dual threat sophomore has struggled as of late. He’s only completed 9 passes in each of the last 2 games. Ridder has not topped 172 yards passing in 5 straight games. Adding to his difficulties is a tough matchup against the Memphis pass defense. Memphis is holding opponents under 200 yards passing; they’ve also allowed 13 pass TDs in 11 games. The Bearcats operate a run-heavy offense (63.2/36.8 run-pass split) and average 71.8 plays per game.

RB Michael Warren II ($8.8k FD/$6.7k DK) has returned to his workhorse role as QB Ridder’s play has declined. The junior has been given 50 carries over the last 2 games. He’s topped 106 yards in 3 out of the last 4 games. Warren II has 7 rush TDs in the last 4 games. Additionally, this is also decent spot for the Cincinnati RB. Memphis ranks 79th in rushing yards allowed (166.5 yards) and they’ve surrendered 17 rush TDs this season.

The pass catchers are a risky bunch because 1) Cincinnati does not attempt a lot of passes (6 consecutive games with 25 or less pass attempts) and 2) Ridder has struggled to complete passes lately. Josiah Deguara ($7.2k FD/$5.4k DK) and Alec Pierce ($6.3k FD/$5.7k DK) are the only two pass catchers, worth mentioning. Deguara is one of the best tight ends in college football. He’s caught 30 passes for 424 yards and 7 TDs on 61 targets (all of which lead the team). Pierce is the Bearcats’ deep threat. He has 25 receptions, 457 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 39 targets (all of which are good for 2nd on the team). One other thing I will point out is that Malick Mbodj ($5.6k FD/$3.1k DK) has led the Bearcats in targets over the last 4 games. The junior has been targeted 20 times in those 4 games (5 more than the next player, Deguara). He’s caught 13 passes for 120 yards in those games (0 TD).

In 2019 (11 games), Cincinnati is 69th in passing yards allowed with 231.5 yards/game. They are 35th in rushing yards allowed with 133.7 yards/game. The defense has given up 12 TDs on the ground (1.09 TD/game) and 14 TDs through the air (1.27 TD/game) this season.

Memphis (34 Implied Team Total)
Brady White ($8.9k FD/$7.4k DK) has tossed at least 2 TD passes in 10 straight games. The junior QB averages 279.5 passing yards and 2.72 TD passes per game. He’s topped 300-yards passing in 4 out of the last 6 games. The matchup with Cincinnati is relatively neutral. The Bearcats are allowing 231.5 passing yards per game (14 pass TDs allowed). The Memphis offense is run-heavy (56.4/43.6 run-pass split) and averages 66.8 plays per game.

Memphis is rotating Kenneth Gainwell ($9.3k FD/$8.1k DK) and Patrick Taylor Jr ($9k FD/$6.7k DK) at RB. Taylor Jr. played a huge role in Memphis’ 49-10 win over South Florida. The senior RB ran for 95 yards and 3 TDs on 17 carries. He’s questionable once again this week. Hot shot freshman, Gainwell, ran for 128 yards on 14 carries but did not find the end zone last week. Kenny G leads the Tigers with 1,294 yards rushing and 12 TDs on 189 carries. He’s also caught 38 passes for 472 yards and 3 TDs on 43 targets (3rd most on the team). He has a challenging price tag on DK now that Taylor Jr. has entered the picture. Taylor Jr. has run for 237 yards and 4 TDs in only 3 games this season. This week’s matchup with Cincinnati is relatively tough. The Bearcats have only surrendered 12 rush TDs in 11 games.

WR Damonte Coxie ($8.6k FD/$6.3k DK) is the team’s best WR. Coxie has 53 receptions for 834 yards and 8 TDs on 87 targets (36 more than anyone on the team). The junior has at least 3 receptions in every game this season. Coxie has been on a heater in the last 4 games (most recent listed last): 5/112/0 (TULS), 7/143/2 (SMU), 4/93/2 (HOU) 5/69/1 (USF). Antonio Gibson ($7.9k FD/$5.1k DK) is a big and fast athletic freak playing WR. The senior has at least 1 TD in 4 straight games. He has at least 4 receptions in 3 straight games. It’s clear that Memphis wants to give this guy the ball as much as possible. He’s recorded a 40+ yard reception in 3 out of the last 4 games. Kedarian Jones ($6.3k FD/$3.8k DK) rounds out the starting WRs. Jones has 32 receptions, 465 yards receiving, and 3 TDs on 51 targets (2nd most on the team). Jones remains cheap on both sites.

In 2019 (11 games), Memphis is 27th in passing yards allowed with 195.2 yards/game. They are 79th in rushing yards allowed with 166.5 yards/game. The defense has given up 17 TDs on the ground (1.55 TD/game) and 13 TDs through the air (1.18 TD/game) this season.

Washington State (27.5 Implied Team Total)
Prolific passer Aaron Gordon ($10.5k FD/$8.7k DK) leads the nation in passing yards (4,920 yards) and TD passes (45). Gordon’s numbers lately are staggering. The senior has topped 406 yards passing in 4 straight games. The senior has thrown at least 50 passes in 5 consecutive games. He’s thrown for 1,126 yards in the last TWO games a lone. The gun slinger has recorded at least 31.3 DK points in 9 out of 11 games (26.2 at Cal and 12.2 at Utah). Despite the relatively tough match up with Washington, he’s the top QB on Friday’s slate. The Huskies are allowing 217.5 passing yards and have only let up 12 TD passes this season. Washington State’s offense is extremely pass heavy (76.9/23.1 pass-run split) and averages 71.6 plays per game.

Versatile Max Borghi ($9.4k FD/$7.9k DK) has 740 yards rushing and 10 TDs on 111 carries. He’s also caught 69 passes for 508 yards and 4 TDs on 77 targets this season. Borghi has caught at least 7 passes in all 11 games this season. He’s recorded at least 26.4 DK points in 4 out of the last 5 games. He’s a better play on DK due to the full PPR scoring.

Eosap Winston Jr. ($8.9k FD/$7.3k DK) and Brandon Arconado ($8.7k FD/$7.4k DK) are the two premier WRs at Gordon’s disposal. Winston Jr. leads the Cougars in targets (98), receptions (77), receiving yards (914), and TD receptions (11). Gordon’s former JuCo teammate has 7+ receptions in 3 consecutive games. Arconado has 63 receptions, 908 yards receiving, and 6 TDs despite missing two games this season. After 4 straight monster outings (24.9+ DK points in those games), Arconado returned to earth by catching 3 of 6 targets for 39 yards in last week’s 54-53 win over Oregon State. Dez Patmon ($7.9k FD/$5.2k DK), Tay Martin ($6.6k FD/$5.1k DK), Travell Harris ($6.1k FD/$4.6k DK), and Renard Bell ($6.9k FD/$4.8k DK) fill out the deep WR rotation. Patmon has 48 receptions, 689 yards receiving, and 7 TDs on 79 targets. He’s coming off his best game of the season, 5/75/2 last week against OSU. Bell has 43 receptions, 465 yards receiving, and 6 TDs on 65 targets. Bell went off last week with 8/108/2 on 9 targets. Martin has at least 4 receptions in 3 straight games. He has 39 receptions, 498 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 62 targets. Lastly, Harris checks in with 39/487/5 on 51 targets. He has 3+ receptions in 6 consecutive games. I think we can group these guys in 3 tiers. Tier 1 would include Winson Jr., Arconado, and Borghi (the best of the bunch followed by Arconado), Tier 2 Patmon and Martin, Tier 3 Harris and Bell.

In 2019 (11 games), WSU is 121st in passing yards allowed with 290.6 yards/game. They are 83rd in rushing yards allowed with 176.5 yards/game. The defense has given up 20 TDs on the ground (1.82 TD/game) and 22 TDs through the air (2 TD/game) this season.

Washington (35.5 Implied Team Total)
Jacob Eason ($8.7k FD/$6.6k DK) is in a great bounce back spot against the Cougars on Friday. WSU has been shredded through the air as they’re allowing 290.6 passing yards per game. They’ve also been beaten for 22 pass TDs in 11 games (tied for 2nd most on the DK main slate). Eason is averaging 243.5 passing yards and nearly 2 TD passes per game. The former Georgia QB has thrown at least 30 passes in 4 straight games. This game could easily evolve into a shoot-out. The Huskies’ offense favors the run (52.7/47.3 run-pass split) and averages 68.5 plays per game.

Salvon Ahmed ($8.9k FD/$6.7k DK) leads the Huskies with 915 yards rushing and 9 TDs on 166 carries. He was shutdown by Colorado’s struggling defense last week as he ran for 29 yards on 13 carries. Unfortunately, Ahmed is sharing the backfield with Richard Newton ($7.8k FD/$4.8k DK). Newton has 412 yards rushing and 7 rush TDs on 93 carries. Ahmed has received 38 carries to Newton’s 29 in the Huskies’ last two games. Because of the disappointment, you may be able to get Ahmed at a low ownership % this week in a good matchup. WSU’s defense has been non-existent most of the season. They’re allowing 176.5 rushing yards per game to opposing backfields. They’ve also surrendered 20 rush TDs in 11 games.

Aaron Fuller ($8.2k FD/$6.5k DK) has 52 receptions for 650 yards and 6 TDs on 81 targets. Fuller has been targeted at least 7 times in 9 of 11 games this season. Andre Baccellia ($6.5k FD/4.9k DK) is the team’s other primary WR; he has 26 receptions for 280 yards and 4 TDs on 50 targets.

Hunter Bryant ($7.5k FD/$5.4k DK) is the 2nd leading receiver. The big TE has 46 receptions, 729 yards receiving, and 3 TDs on 73 targets. At 6’2 240lbs, he’s a nightmare for opposing defenses. He’s really intriguing on DK with his cheap price tag and excellent matchup. Bryant has caught at least 5 passes and cleared 82 yards receiving in 3 straight games. He’s also led the Huskies in targets over that time frame (31 targets). Cade Otton ($6k FD/$4.2k DK) at least 3 receptions in 4 consecutive games. He has 26 receptions, 284 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 36 targets this season.

In 2019 (11 games), UW is 57th in passing yards allowed with 217.5 yards/game. They are 43rd in rushing yards allowed with 139.5 yards/game. The defense has given up 14 TDs on the ground (1.27 TD/game) and 12 TDs through the air (1.09 TD/game) this season.

West Virginia (15 Implied Team Total)
Jarret Doege ($7.2k FD/$6.4k DK) has made 2 straight starts for the Mountaineers. In those 2 games, he’s thrown for 541 yards and 4 TDs. This is not a great spot for the former BGSU QB. West Virginia is carrying one of the lowest implied team totals on the entire slate. West Virginia’s offense is pass-heavy (57.7/42.3) and averages 66 plays per game.

Leddie Brown ($6.6k FD/$4k DK) leads the team with 320 yards rushing on 92 carries (1 TD). He’s also caught 11 passes for 104 yards on 18 targets. He’s led the team with 13 carries in each of the last 2 games. Backfield mate, Kennedy McKoy ($6.1k FD/$4.8k DK) has rushed for 272 yards and 3 TDs on 87 carries. He has 34 receptions, 154 yards receiving, and 1 TD on 42 targets (ranks 3rd on the team). I’m not interested in either guy this week.

Sean Ryan ($4.9k FD/$4.5k DK) returned from a 4-game injury absence and has only been targeted twice in 2 games (1 reception for 17 yards). He has 16 receptions and 185 yards receiving on 26 targets in 7 games this season. Target hog, Sam James ($7.2k FD/$5.2k DK), has 53 more targets than the next pass catcher. The freshman has 66 receptions, 663 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 106 targets. George Campbell ($7.7k FD/$5k DK) has caught fire with Doege at the helm. He’s posted 5/92/1 and 5/92/2 with Doege starting. The former FSU Seminole leads the Mountaineers with 7 TD receptions this season. He’s cleared 83 yards receiving in 4 straight games. TJ Simmons’ ($7.3k FD/$5.9k DK) returned from a 1 game injury absence and caught 3 passes for 37 yards on 6 targets. He has 34 receptions, 446 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 53 targets (2nd most on the season).

In 2019 (11 games), WVU is 97th in passing yards allowed with 248.6 yards/game. They are 69th in rushing yards allowed with 160 yards/game. The defense has given up 19 TDs on the ground (1.73 TD/game) and 20 TDs through the air (1.82 TD/game) this season.

TCU (28.5 Implied Team Total)
Max Duggan ($8.5k FD/$6.6k DK) struggled in last week’s loss to Oklahoma. He completed 7 out of 21 passes for 65 yards (0 TD/1 INT). He also rushed for 92 yards and a TD. Duggan has a rush TD in 5 out of the last 6 games. He’s rushed for at least 72 yards in 5 out of the last 6 games. The freshman has recorded 25.8 DK points in 4 out of the last 6 games. On paper, the matchup with WVU is a good one. The Mountaineers are allowing nearly 250 yards passing per game; they’ve been beat for 20 pass TDs in 11 games. However, they’ve been better on defense as of late. They held Baylor to 17 points, Kansas State to 20 points, and Oklahoma State to 20 points in 3 out of the last 4 games. The Horned Frogs’ offense is run-heavy (57.9/42.1 run-pass split) and averages 79.9 plays per game.

Darius Anderson ($7.2k FD/$5.9k DK) leads the Horned Frogs’ backfield with 792 yards and 6 TDs on 136 carries. The senior also has 21 receptions for 118 yards on 24 targets (0 TD). He’s only cracked 10 DK points in 1 out of the last 6 games. RB Sewo Olonilua ($7.3k FD/$5.1k DK) splits snaps with Anderson in the backfield. Olonilua has 507 yards rushing and 7 TDs on 120 carries. The senior has 22 receptions for 108 yards and 1 TD on 31 targets (3rd on the team). Olonilua has a rushing TD in 5 out of the last 6 games.

Jalen Reagor ($7.4k FD/$5.5k DK) is the team’s best pass catcher. Reagor has 37 receptions, 554 receiving yards, and 5 TD receptions on 81 targets. Taye Barber ($6.8k FD/$4.5k DK) has 26 receptions for 352 yards on 46 targets this season (7 games).

In 2019 (11 games), TCU is 37th in passing yards allowed with 203.5 yards/game. They are 46th in rushing yards allowed with 141.9 yards/game. The defense has given up 16 TDs on the ground (1.45 TD/game) and 20 TDs through the air (1.82 TD/game) this season.

Appalachian State (38 Implied Team Total)
Dual threat QB Zac Thomas ($9k FD/$6.9k DK) has accounted for 26 of the Mountaineers’ 50 offensive TDs this season. The junior signal caller is averaging 191 yards passing, 34.2 yards rushing, and 2.36 total TDs. QB Thomas has topped 24 DK points in 4 out of his last 6 games (season low 8.5 against South Carolina). He gets a fantastic matchup with the defensive-deficient Troy Trojans. Troy has one of the nation’s worst defenses. They’re allowing 271.6 passing yards per game and they’re surrendering 2 pass TDs per game on average. App State operates a run-heavy offense (61.7/38.3 run-pass split) and averages 69.5 plays per game.

Darrynton Evans ($9.5k FD/$7.2k DK) has rushed for 1,168 yards and 14 TDs on 204 carries. He’s also caught 13 passes for 103 yards and 2 TDs on 20 targets. Evans enters this matchup on a roll. He posted 21/154/3 in last week’s win over Texas State. The week prior, he ran for 131 yards and 1 TD on 18 carries; he also added a TD reception. This week’s matchup with Troy is outstanding for the productive RB. Troy has coughed up 21 rush TDs this season (tied for 3rd most on the DK main slate). He’s a solid play this week. Backfield mate, Marcus Williams Jr., ($6.5k FD/$4,300) has run for 479 yards and 4 TDs on 92 carries. He’s pretty cheap and, as noted above, the matchup is juicy. Just make sure that RB Daetrich Harrington is out if you go that route. If Harrington is back, Williams Jr. would lose all appeal.

Leading WR Corey Sutton (41/601/7) is OUT this week after suffering a torn ACL in last week’s win. Malik Williams ($6.2k FD/$4.8k DK), Thomas Henigan, Jalen Virgil, and Keishawn Watson will have to pick up the slack in the passing game. Williams leads the team in targets (71). He has 45 receptions, 518 yards receiving, and 2 TDs. He hasn’t topped 90 yards receiving in any single game this season. Henigan ($7k FD/$5k DK) checks in with 43 receptions, 533 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 70 targets. He’d be my choice if I’m rostering an App. State pass catcher. Virgil ($5.9k FD/$3.8k DK) and Watson ($5.4k FD/$3.3k DK) are both cheap and are TD or bust plays. Virgil, the tight end, checks in with 15 receptions, 217 yards receiving, and 4 TDs (1 TD is a rush TD) on 26 targets. Watson scored his 1st career TD as a Mountaineer in last week’s win. He’s only caught 7 passes for 84 yards and 1 TD this season. His role should increase with Sutton sidelined.

In 2019 (11 games), Appalachian State is 8th in passing yards allowed with 176.2 yards/game. They are 50th in rushing yards allowed with 143.4 yards/game. The defense has given up 12 TDs on the ground (1.09 TD/game) and 14 TDs through the air (1.27 TD/game) this season.

Troy (25 Implied Team Total)
Kaleb Barker ($9.4k FD/$7.6k DK) topped 330 yards passing in 4 straight games before getting completely shut down by ULL as the Trojans lost by 50 last week. Barker is averaging 304.3 passing yards, 11.7 rushing yards, and nearly 3 total TDs per game. His prospects for a rebound are slim; App. State has allowed the following point totals over the 5 games: 3 (USA), 24 (GEOS), 15 (SCAR), 27 (GAST), and 13 (TXST). Furthermore, App. State has been stingy against the pass this season. They rank 8th in passing yards allowed (176.2 yards) and have surrendered 14 pass TDs in 11 games. The Trojans offense is pass-heavy (54/46 pass-run split) and averages 74.9 plays per game.

DK Billingsley ($8.1k FD/$6k DK) leads the team with 850 yards rushing and 9 TDs on 150 carries. He’s also caught 21 passes for 163 yards on 33 targets. Backfield mate, Trevon Woolfolk ($6.3k FD/$4.3k DK), has 68 carries for 281 yards and 3 TDs this season. Billingsley hasn’t topped 14 carries in 5 straight games (mainly due to score).

Kaylon Geiger ($8.1k FD/$6.2k DK) leads the Trojans in targets (95), receptions (74), and receiving yards (846). He has 5 TD receptions this season. Geiger has 11+ targets in 3 out of the last 4 games. He’s caught at least 6 passes in 5 consecutive games. Khalil McClain ($6.7k FD/$4.6k DK) leads the Trojans with 7 TD receptions. He has 41 receptions and 504 yards receiving on 61 targets. He’s found paydirt once in the last 4 games. Reggie Todd ($6.4k FD/$4.6k DK) has 33 receptions, 584 yards receiving, and 5 TDs on 62 targets. He has 4 TDs in the team’s last 4 games. Luke Whittemore ($5.6k FD/$4.2k DK) is the last relevant WR. He has 32 receptions, 417 yards receiving, and 2 TDs on 48 targets.

In 2019 (11 games), Troy is 113th in passing yards allowed with 271.6 yards/game. They are 65th in rushing yards allowed with 154.5 yards/game. The defense has given up 21 TDs on the ground (1.91 TD/game) and 22 TDs through the air (2 TD/game) this season.

South Florida (20 Implied Team Total)
QB Jordan McCloud’s ($6.8k FD/$6k DK) is an avoid for me even though he’ll start at QB. On top of being a huge underdog at UCF, the dual threat QB also loses snaps to Wildcat QB Jahquez Evans ($4.5k DK/$6.6k FD). If McCloud sits (listed as questionable), Evans is viable due to his cheap price tag and rushing upside. Additionally, he won’t be sharing snaps with anyone (unlike McCloud). USF’s offense is run-heavy (56.9/43.1 run-pass split) and averages 64.5 plays per game.

Jordan Cronkrite has been ruled out this week. The senior has rushed for 686 yards and 4 TDs on 136 carries. He’s also caught 15 passes for 135 yards on 21 targets (0 TD). Kelley Joiner ($5.8k FD/$3.9k DK) should start at RB once again this week. He has 26 carries and 187 yards rushing in the Bulls’ last 2 games. He’s dirt cheap on both sites and is listed as a WR/RB on DK (WR on FD) which adds to his viability. He’s one of the best value plays on the slate despite the low implied team total.

Randall St. Felix ($6.6k FD/$4.4k DK), Mitch Wilcox ($6.8k FD/$4.6k DK), and Bryce Miller ($6.3k FD/$4k DK) are the relevant pass catchers. St. Felix has 22 receptions, 261 yards receiving and 2 TDs on 47 targets (leads team in targets). Wilcox, the massive TE, has 26 receptions, 334 yards receiving, and 5 TDs on 40 targets. Miller checks in 20 receptions, 228 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 37 targets.

In 2019 (11 games), USF is 12th in passing yards allowed with 178.8 yards/game. They are 116th in rushing yards allowed with 206.5 yards/game. The defense has given up 25 TDs on the ground (2.27 TD/game) and 13 TDs through the air (1.18 TD/game) this season.

Central Florida (43 Implied Team Total)
QB Dillon Gabriel ($9.2k FD/$7k DK) is averaging 283.9 passing yards and 2.54 total TDs through 11 games this season. The freshman signal caller has thrown at least 30 passes in 5 out of the last 6 games. He’ll face off with the dreadful South Florida Bulls who are far more vulnerable on the ground than the air (allowing 178.8 passing yards and 13 pass TDs through 11 games). UCF’s offense is run-heavy this season (55.9/44.1 run-pass split) and averages 76.7 plays per game (they run a ton of plays per game).

I wish the UCF backfield was slightly more concentrated (instead of the 4-man RB by committee approach employed by UCF) as this is an insanely good spot for the Knights’ backfield. South Florida has been obliterated by opposing backfields this season. They’re allowing 206.5 rush yards per game; they’ve been decimated for 25 rush TDs in only 11 games (slate high by 2). With Greg McRae ($7.1k FD/$5.1k DK) back in the fold, the rushing distribution was as follows in last week’s 34-31 win over Tulane: QB Gabriel 12 carries for 58 yards, Bentavious Thompson ($6.6k FD/$5k DK) 9 carries for 35 yards, Greg McRae 7 carries for 18 yards, Otis Anderson ($8.2k FD/$5.6k DK) 4 carries for 49 yards and 1 TD, and Adrian Killins Jr. ($6.9k FD/$5k DK) 3 carries for 6 yards. Not ideal for fantasy purposes. The versatile, Anderson, leads the team with 658 yards rushing and 5 TDs on 103 carries. He also has 21 receptions for 251 yards and 2 TDs on 32 targets. Because of his pass catching ability, he’s probably the safest one of the bunch. Thompson leads the Knights with 8 rush TDs. He has 524 yards rushing on 75 carries. Killins Jr. has 514 yards rushing and 6 TDs on 73 carries while McRae has 419 yards rushing and 6 TDs on 79 carries (missed 3 games).

Gabriel Davis ($8.8k FD/$7.1k DK) is one of the best WRs in college football. The star WR has 64 receptions for 1,135 yards and 10 TDs on 119 targets (6th most in the country). He’s been targeted at least 10 times in 5 out of the last 6 games. The big play WR has a 29+ yard reception in all 11 games. He’s been held out of the end zone in 4 straight games which should end this week. Tre Nixon ($8k FD/$6.3k DK) plays 2nd fiddle to Davis. Nixon has 44 receptions for 722 yards and 7 TDs on 80 targets this season. The junior pass catcher has topped 76 yards receiving in 4 out of the last 6 games. Marlon Williams ($7k FD/$5k DK) has 39 receptions for 549 yards and 5 TDs on 50 targets this season as the team’s 3rd WR. The junior has at least 5 receptions in 4 out of the last 5 games; he has a TD reception in 3 out of the last 4 games. Williams is coming off his best game of the season (9/119/1 on 11 targets all of which led the team).

In 2019 (11 games), UCF is 44th in passing yards allowed with 207.5 yards/game. They are 54th in rushing yards allowed with 145.9 yards/game. The defense has given up 12 TDs on the ground (1.09 TD/game) and 16 TDs through the air (1.45 TD/game) this season.

Missouri (33 Implied Team Total)
Kelly Bryant ($8k FD) has had a rough year after transferring from Clemson. The senior signal caller has not topped 204 yards passing in 4 straight losses. He’s only managed to throw 3 TDs in the last 4 games. His top two pass catchers were out last week and are questionable for this week’s contest (Jonathan Johnson and Albert Okwuegbunam). However, if there was ever a spot to bust out this season, it’d be this week against the inept Arkansas Razorbacks. He’s cheap on FD this week. The Razorbacks have surrendered 24 pass TDs (2nd most on the slate). The Tigers’ offense favors the run (54.9/45.1 run-pass split) and averages 71.1 plays per game.

The tandem of Larry Rountree III ($7k FD) and Tyler Badie ($7.5k FD) are in a grand slam spot this week. The Razorbacks have been brutalized on the ground this season. They’re allowing nearly 230 yards rushing and they’ve been scorched for 27 TDs via the ground. Arkansas nearly gave up 50 FD points to LSU’s Clyde Edwards-Helaire last week. Rountree has been held under 58 yards rushing in 5 consecutive games. ‘Tree leads the Tigers with 741 yards rushing and 8 TDs on 162 carries. He’s also caught 11 passes for 64 yards on 13 targets. Badie plays well in the passing game and usually receives less carries than Rountree III. Badie has amassed 398 yards rushing and 2 TDs on 96 carries. The sophomore leads the Tigers with 32 receptions. He has 356 yards receiving and 5 TD receptions (both are 2nd on the team). They are both viable this week.

Jonathon Nance ($6.5k FD) leads the Tigers in targets (51) and receiving yards (420). 3 of his 28 receptions have gone for TDs. He hasn’t scored in 6 games nor topped 58 yards receiving during that time span. Jonathon Johnson ($5.5k FD) has 29 receptions and 294 yards receiving on 46 targets. He’s questionable after missing the last few games with an injury. Albert Okwuegbunam ($6.2k FD) leads the Tigers with 6 TD receptions. The star TE has 26 receptions and 306 yards receiving on 46 targets this season. He’s also questionable after missing last week’s game with an injury. Secondary pass catchers ala Jalen Knox ($6.1k FD), Barrett Banister ($6k FD), and Daniel Parker ($5.5k FD) figure to be more involved in the passing game if both Johnson and Albert O miss this week’s game. Parker, the backup TE, was targeted 7 times with Albert O sidelined. Knox would be the most intriguing of the group as he looked like he was on the verge of a breakout season after a successful freshman year. He checks in with 19 receptions, 307 yards receiving, and 1 TD on 34 targets. Personally, I’m staying away from this group (if Albert O plays then I like him at his cheap price tag). I think the Tigers’ ball carriers are much better options this week.

In 2019 (11 games), Missouri is 18th in passing yards allowed with 188.5 yards/game. They are 32nd in rushing yards allowed with 129.8 yards/game. The defense has given up 12 TDs on the ground (1.09 TD/game) and 13 TDs through the air (1.18 TD/game) this season.

Arkansas (20.5 Implied Team Total)
Dual threat QB KJ Jefferson ($6.5k FD) is in concussion protocol and is a question mark for this week’s matchup with Missouri. In limited action this season, the freshman has completed 14 of 31 passes for 197 yards and 1 INT. He’s also ran 58 yards and 2 TDs on 30 carries. QB Nick Starkel ($6.2k FD) is also questionable with a concussion. This is not a good matchup for the starting QB. Missouri has one of the better pass defenses. They’re holding opposing QBs to 188.5 passing yards; they’ve only surrendered 13 pass TDs in 11 games. Arkansas’ offense is pass heavy (52.1/47.9 pass-run split) and averages 65.6 plays per game.

Rakeem Boyd ($8.3k FD) is Arkansas’ best hope of moving the chains this week. The talented ball carrier has run for 1,038 yards and 8 TDs on 163 carries. He’s also caught 17 passes for 158 yards on 29 targets. He’s eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark in 2 SEC games this season (MSU and Kentucky). It’ll be tough sledding this week for Boyd and the running game. Missouri has only coughed up 12 rush TDs this season and they’re holding opponents to 129.8 rushing yards per game.

Treylon Burks ($6.4k FD) and Mike Woods ($6.9k FD) are the only two WRs worth mentioning. Burks has 28 receptions and 469 yards receiving on 59 targets (0 TD). The freshman led the Razorbacks in targets in each of the last 2 games (12 then 7 targets). Woods has 31 receptions, 397 yards receiving, and 4 TDs on 61 targets. I’m not interested in any Arkansas player this week.

In 2019 (11 games), Arkansas is 73rd in passing yards allowed with 233.2 yards/game. They are 125th in rushing yards allowed with 228.5 yards/game. The defense has given up 27 TDs on the ground (2.45 TD/game) and 24 TDs through the air (2.18 TD/game) this season.

I’ll try to update the blog as I see fit (mainly injury situations) before lock as I’m posting this blog early due to the Holiday. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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