LOOK TO THE ACC, BIG TEN FOR YOUR DAILY FANTASY NEEDS
For Saturday, Oct. 26, there are plenty of exciting college football games on tap, including plenty of exciting games on television for you to follow your Fantasy options.
12n - Wake Forest-Miami (ESPNU) Northwestern-Iowa (Big Ten Network) Houston at Rutgers (ESPNews)
1pm - Pittsburgh at Navy (CBS Sports Network)
330p - Tennessee at Alabama (CBS) NC State at Florida State (ABC/ESPN2) Clemson at Maryland (ESPN) Texas Tech at Oklahoma (FOX) Duke at Virginia Tech (ESPNU) Michigan State at Illinois (ABC/ESPN2)
345p - West Virginia at Kansas State (FOX Sports 1)
5pm - Notre Dame at Air Force (CBS Sports Network)
7pm - UCLA at Oregon (ESPN) South Carolina at Missouri (ESPN2) Baylor at Kansas (ESPNU)
730pm - Texas at TCU (FOX Sports 1)
8pm - Penn State at Ohio State (ABC)
1030pm - Stanford at Oregon State (ESPN) Fresno State at San Diego State (ESPN2)
11pm - California at Washington (FOX Sports 1)
(DraftStreet.com salaries in parantheses)
THESE EIGHT WILL BE GREAT
Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson ($15006 at Maryland): Boyd was awful, like the rest of his teammates, against Florida State last weekend. He should bounce back nicely in a conference game at Maryland, a team which was punished for 63 points two weeks ago in Tallahassee.
Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State ($19823 vs Stanford): If you pick a handful of the bargains on this list, you should be able to fit Cooks in under your salary cap. He comes with a hefty price tag, but he is worth it. He has 76 receptions, 1,176 yards and 12 receiving scores, while also rushing for a pair of touchdowns. The next closest Fantasy option has 62 catches.
Braxton Deaver, TE, Duke ($5995 at Virginia Tech): The Blue Devils offense has been surprisingly good, and Deaver has managed 20 receptions for 296 yards and four scores through seven games. At this price level, he is a bargain who is just as productive as some of the bigger names on the board.
B.J. Denker, QB, Arizona ($15303 at Colorado): Denker has really been improving as the season has progressed, and he should post big numbers against a Colorado team that is heading south in a hurry. The dual threat QB should be good for at least four total touchdowns.
Quincy Enunwa, WR, Nebraska ($8346 at Minnesota): Enunwa has rolled up seven receiving scores on 25 receptions through six games. He has certainly been making his receptions count.
Treyvon Green, RB, Northwestern ($7841 at Iowa): With Venric Mark set to sit this weekend, it will be Green seeing a lion's share of the carries for the Wildcats. Green has a total of six touchdowns (five rushing, one receiving) with 463 rushing yards. He should get busy against Iowa.
Ben Malena, RB, Texas A&M ($7075 vs Vanderbilt): Malena has been an underrated Fantasy option this season, but he has accounted for eight rushing touchdowns in just seven games. He also has 14 receptions and a score through the air.
Zach Zwinak, RB, Penn State ($6792 at Ohio State): Zwinak has found the end zone eight time on the ground this season, making him a tremendous bargain at this price level.
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