The CFB Bottom Line: Dec 19 Slate

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The CFB Bottom Line: Dec 19 Slate

Against the Spread Picks

Ohio State (-20.5) vs. Northwestern
Florida State (+6.5) at Wake Forest
Coastal Carolina (-3) vs. Louisiana
LSU (+2.5) vs. Ole Miss
Missouri (-1.0) at Mississippi State
Michigan State (+2.5) at Maryland
Cincinnati (-14.5) vs. Tulsa
San Jose State (+6.5) vs. Boise State

Total Wagers

Clemson vs. Notre Dame (Over 60.0)
Florida vs. Alabama (Under 74.0)
Houston at Memphis (Over 62.5)
Arizona State at Oregon State (Under 54.5)
Minnesota at Wisconsin (Over 47.0)

Quarterbacks

Jordan Travis, Florida State at Wake Forest (DK: $7.2K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Florida State sat idle for three weeks until taking Duke down last week 56-35. After missing Week 10, those three weeks were just what Jordan Travis needed to get healthy. Other than tossing an interception, Travis supplied 29.7 FPs thanks to a pair of passing TDs, 12/90/1 on the ground. With a 20 percent backfield share, Travis is a full seven percent ahead of the No. 2 QB from the main slate.

The Bottom Line: Travis is best played in his birthday suit. He’s only averaging 71 air yards/game, mostly due to his O-lines complete inability to protect the pocket. Travis’ scrambling ability perfectly suits that environment. Wake Forest is allowing 4.76 YPC (38th-most), 191.0 rushing YPG (35th), 1.88 TDs/game (54th), and 30.4 pure rushing FPG (44th). They’re also giving the green light to the 26th-most pure passing FPG (18.6), providing Travis with multiple avenues of attack.

Max Johnson, LSU vs. Ole Miss (DK: $6.8K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 38.0)

If you want to compete this week, prepare to be taken hostage by Ole Miss. Their offense plays at the third-highest pace in the country (84.1 plays/game), scoring the 14th-most PPG (39.8), and their defense is surrendering the ninth-most PPG (38.8). The Rebels are allowing the third-highest completion percentage (72 percent), 15th-highest YPA (8.54), third-most passing YPG (310.6), 29th-most TDs/game (2.0), and 11th-most FPG to opposing QBs (20.4).

The Bottom Line: After experimenting with TJ Finley leading the offense, LSU finally turned to Max Johnson. The son of former NFL QB Brad Johnson who led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 48-21 Super Bowl XXXVII victory over the Oakland Raiders. Even with Terrace Marshall Jr. opting out to prepare for the draft, Johnson led the Tigers to a 37-34 upset of Florida last week. Johnson isn’t quite at a quality fantasy level, but any QB with a pulse is going to be maximum chalk against Ole Miss. Roster Johnson, or else.

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson vs. Notre Dame (DK: $8.7K | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 35.25)

Notre Dame has already defeated Clemson this season, but they haven’t defeated Trevor Lawrence. The list of QBs who have done so begins and ends with Joe Burrow. Despite D.J. Uiagalelei’s best efforts, the Fighting Irish came out on top 47-40 in Week 10. That game proved that this Notre Dame offense is more than capable of scoring against the Tigers’ defense. It also stands as an example of how many FPs we can expect to be tossed around.

The Bottom Line: If Uiagalelei can generate 34.76 FPs against this defense as a true freshman making his second career start, just imagine what Trevor Lawrence will do on Saturday. Notre Dame also proved they were more than a match for Travis Etienne, limiting him to 18/28/1 on the ground. Forcing Lawrence to air it out is simply DFS gold. We can also expect to see Lawrence utilize his legs a good amount. For my investment, the QB Cash/SE options end after Travis, Johnson, and Lawrence.

Ian Book, Notre Dame vs. Clemson (DK: $7.9K | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 24.75)

I plan to have zero exposure, but I’ll admit there is some merit to Ian Book since he’s already scored 25.1 FPs against Clemson in Week 10. That said, he’ll cost more than both Travis or Johnson, and we can have Lawrence for only $800 more.

The Bottom Line: Book has a high floor, but a limited ceiling. If the Irish somehow pull off the upset, it’s going to be on the shoulders of Kyren Williams.

Just under the optimal cutline

Brock Purdy, Iowa State vs. Oklahoma (DK: $7.0K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 26.25)

Kellen Mond, Texas A&M at Tennessee (DK: $7.6K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 32.5)

Jake Bentley, Utah vs. Washington State (DK: $6.0K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 33.25)

Overpriced for optimal build

Justin Fields, Ohio State vs. Northwestern (DK: $9.8K | O/U: 57.0 | Implied: 38.75)

Matt Corral, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $9.7K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina vs. Louisiana (DK: $8.2K | O/U: 55.0 | Implied: 29.0)

Tier 3 values

Spencer Rattler, Oklahoma vs. Iowa State (DK: $8.1K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 31.75)

Sam Hartman, Wake Forest vs. Florida State (DK: $6.2K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 36.25)

Will Rogers, Mississippi State vs. Missouri (DK: $6.2K | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 24.25)

Hail-Mary’s (Tread carefully)

Levi Lewis, Louisiana at Coastal Carolina (DK: $6.5K | O/U: 55.0 | Implied: 26.0)

Connor Bazelak, Missouri at Mississippi State (DK: $5.9K | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 25.25)

Jayden de Laura, Washington State at Utah (DK: $6.3K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 22.75)

Running Backs

Ty Jordan, Utah vs. Washington State (DK: $7.0K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 33.25)

This is a very odd matchup. We have, arguably, the worst passing defense in the country in Washington State facing a Utah offense that only passes to set up the run. Then we have one of the top run defenses from the Utes, opposed by a Cougars offense passing at the fifth-highest rate in the nation (67 percent). Craziness. Don’t be confused by the run defense numbers from WSU. They are undoubtedly a bottom-10 run defense. The only reason they haven’t supported exponentially more counting stats on the ground is due to how atrocious their secondary has played.

The Bottom Line: Do not even give those run defense metrics a second thought. After holding a competition to see who would emerge as the RB1 for Utah, Ty Jordan ran away with the job. Over the last two weeks, Jordan has taken backfield shares of 71 and 74 percent (31.8 FPG). I would not be surprised one bit if Jordan goes for 40 FPs on Saturday. I am expecting at least 35.

Master Teague III, Ohio State vs. Northwestern (DK: $6.7K | O/U: 57.0 | Implied: 38.75)

As you may have already noticed, I’ve listed Justin Fields under the overpriced for the optimal build category this week. Why? Well, looking at the defensive metrics from Northwestern, they leave us nothing in the way of weakness revelation. As we all know, analytics that lean toward perfection are ripe for imminent destruction. But deciding if Ohio State would look to attack through the air, or grind it out on the ground is the question we need to be answered. When I thought back to when these teams met last season, it dawned on me that the Buckeyes actually let their run game do much of the work. Not because they couldn’t pass the ball, simply because they didn’t need to after Fields connected on TD passes of 20, 19, eight, and 23 yards.

The Bottom Line: OSU ended up averaging 7.5 YPC during that victory. That included this73-yard TD run by Master Teague III. J.K. Dobbins ran for 18/121/1, while Fields took a front-row seat to the action. This may be the Big Ten Championship game, but do not expect it to be competitive. The Wildcats field a much better offense, that much is certainly true. But they are light years removed from the Indiana offense that gave Ohio State hell. Teague is going to lead this offense to a proverbial smörgåsbord on Saturday.

Tyler Nevens, San Jose State vs. Boise State (DK: $6.4K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 24.75)

For most living on the East Coast, players on the other side of the country can remain entirely anonymous. Even from an undefeated San Jose State program, that is likely the case for many when it comes to Tyler Nevens. What really highlights that fact is that Nevens has been starting for the Spartans since 2017. The 6-foot, 225 pound true senior is currently doing the best work of his career. How good has he been? Since we have such a limited sample size from most schools, Nevens has only carried the ball 51 times during their five-game winning streak.

However, as Dustin Hoffmantold us in a very underrated film, Stranger Than Fiction, when deciding between living or eating pancakes before dying, “we must stop to consider the quality of the pancakes.” In the case of Nevens, it’s not about the volume, it’s in the quality. While averaging 8.9 YPC on those runs, Nevens has generated an elusive rating of 338.0 this season. To give that some perspective, anything above 80 is on an elite level. Iowa State RB Breece Hall has an ER of 94.4. Of course, Hall has put that number together over 226 attempts. Fueling that truly insane metric for Nevens is averaging 7.57 yards after contact/attempt.

The Bottom Line: When looking at this matchup on paper, both Boise State and San Jose State appear to have excellent defenses. That said, the Broncos’ run defense is the glaring weakness between the two. They’re allowing 183.5 rushing YPG (42nd), 2.17 TDs/game (34th), and 31.4 FPG to opposing RBs (39th). It took a few games for Nevens’ involvement to accelerate, but he’s taken on 44 and 60 percent of the carry share the last two weeks, respectively. San Jose State will undoubtedly take the training wheels off entirely on Saturday in a game I expect them to win. The most difficult decision to make is which RBs to go after since there are so many smash studs on this slate.

Chris Curry, LSU vs. Ole Miss (DK: $4.1K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 38.0)

Chris Curry is not going to blow you away with his body of work. From that point of view, Curry can’t hold a candle to the other three above. Curry is listed for two reasons. First, he’s playing Ole Miss -- yes, you are still being held hostage. Second, both John Emery Jr. and Tyrion Davis-Price left the Florida game with injuries. Do I know their current status? Hell no. Nobody knows that jazz outside of the LSU program. Just another pair of players whose statuses we’ll need to track on Saturday morning. As of now, Curry is the guy.

The Bottom Line: In “defense” of the run this season, the Rebels are indulging backfields with 5.66 YPC (11th-worst), 217.9 YPG (18th), 3.0 TDs/game (sixth), and 39.8 FPG (ninth). It’s not organic chemistry. If they both sit, Curry MUST be rostered.

Just under the optimal cutline

Kyren Williams, Notre Dame vs. Clemson (DK: $7.5K | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 35.25)

CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina vs. Louisiana (DK: $8.3K | O/U: 55.0 | Implied: 29.0)

Jashaun Corbin, Florida State at Wake Forest (DK: $6.1K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Christian Beal-Smith, Wake Forest vs. Florida State (DK: $5.9K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 36.25)

Primary flex-backs (Salary-savers)

Lawrance Toafili, Florida State at Wake Forest (DK: $4.2K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 29.75)

John Emery Jr., LSU vs. Ole Miss (DK: $4.7K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 38.0) *Check health

Ja'Khi Douglas, Florida State at Wake Forest (DK: $3.8K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Trey Sermon, Ohio State vs. Northwestern (DK: $4.9K | O/U: 57.0 | Implied: 38.75)

Devon Achane, Texas A&M at Tennessee (DK: $4.0K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 32.5)

Overpriced for optimal build

Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota at Wisconsin (DK: $9.0K | O/U: 47.0 | Implied: 17.25)

Breece Hall, Iowa State vs. Oklahoma (DK: $8.5K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 26.25)

Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma vs. Iowa State (DK: $7.9K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 31.75)

Andrew Van Buren, Boise State vs. San Jose State (DK: $6.0K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 31.25)

Tier 3 value

Dillon Johnson, Mississippi State vs. Missouri (DK: $5.2K | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 24.25)

Travis Etienne, Clemson vs. Notre Dame (DK: $7.8K | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 35.25)

Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $7.3K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Tier 4 value

Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M at Tennessee (DK: $7.1K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 32.5)

Ainias Smith, Texas A&M at Tennessee (DK: $6.2K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 32.5)

Eric Gray, Tennessee vs. Texas A&M (DK: $6.3K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 18.5)

Secondary flex-backs (Salary-savers)

Nakia Watson, Wisconsin vs. Minnesota (DK: $3.6K | O/U: 47.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Justice Ellison, Wake Forest vs. Florida State (DK: $3.9K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 36.25)

Reese White, Coastal Carolina vs. Louisiana (DK: $3.2K | O/U: 55.0 | Implied: 29.0)

Garrett Groshek, Wisconsin vs. Minnesota (DK: $4.4K | O/U: 47.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Receivers

Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson vs. Notre Dame (DK: $6.7K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 35.25)

Piggybacking off the Trevor Lawrence tout, with Notre Dame pretty much proving to be airtight to opposing RBs, air yardage will be supplied in bunches from Clemson. With that knowledge, you’ll want to have a piece in that action. If you don’t have Lawrence exposure, you’ll still want either Cornell Powell or Amari Rodgers. Since we’ve already seen Powell post 31.1 FPs on Notre Dame, he has the lead in that race for me. It’s truly ridiculous that it took Lawrence testing positive, Uiagalelei starting for him to receive some love. However, Lawrence definitely took notice. Upon returning to the lineup, Lawrence fed him with 6/176/1 in a 52-17 victory over Pittsburgh, and 4/90/1 during a 45-10 blowout of Virginia Tech.

The Bottom Line: Boggles my mind that Powell only averaged 3.4 FPG over his first four games. Over his last four: 26.8. I’ll be shocked out of my seat if he doesn’t post the 20.1 FPs, at the very least, to cover value.

Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU vs. Ole Miss (DK: $5.7K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 38.0)

Frequent reminder: you’re still a captive prisoner. Max Johnson provided some evidence of his ability on the ground against the Gators. However, he’s not going to bink a GPP for you with his legs. A standalone play he is not. So, we naturally want to stack him with his No. 1. Look no further than Kayshon Boutte. A true freshman that I’ve been raving about all season. With Terrace Marshall Jr. hogging the majority of the target share, it took until Boutte’s eighth game to showcase those abilities.

The Bottom Line: Over his last two games facing Alabama and Florida, Boutte collected a combined receiving line of 13/219/1, and 20.5 FPG. News flash: the Ole Miss defense is not quite as good as Alabama. The Gators have issues on defense, but they are still a level above the Rebels. Mississippi is endorsing opposing WR units with 69.3 FPG (fourth-most).

Jaden Walley, WR, Mississippi State vs. Missouri (DK: $5.9K | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 24.25)

And another true freshman emerging as a stud performer this season. Jaden Walley slid into a starting role after much of the Mississippi State WR unit knotted their panties while HC Mike Leach was installing his offense. Leach leisurely passed along that if you’re not happy, don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out. One man’s pity party is another’s opportunity. Walley has strung together a combined line of 24/391/1 facing Georgia, Ole Miss -- huge frackin surprise, and Auburn the last three games. How in the world does a kid average 26 FPG over an entire month, still have a salary below $6K?

The Bottom Line: No idea how the Bulldogs come into this game receiving only a single point. Missouri is an established program with a winning record. Anyhoo, money in my pockets. The Tigers are empowering 7.92 YPA (33rd-highest), 240.3 passing YPG (54th), 2.0 TDs/game (38th), and 53.9 FPG to WR units (57th). Not quite the smashiest of spots for Walley. That said, nobody passes the ball more than Mississippi State (84 percent). With target shares of 21, 21, 19, and 22 percent the last four weeks, Walley -- who my autocorrect keeps telling me is actually spelled “walleye” -- is essentially garnering somewhere in the ballpark of a 27 percent target share when inflating those rates compared to the national average passing rate. To simplify, you want Walley.

Keke Chism, WR, Missouri at Mississippi State (DK: $4.6K | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 25.25)

A grad transfer from Angelo State, Keke Chism acquired 1,837 receiving yards, 12 TDs over the last two seasons for the Rams. He’s yet to find the end zone for Missouri, nor has he really blown up outside of Arkansas in Week 14 (20.3 FPs). This recommendation isn’t really about Chism, it’s all about his opponent.

The Bottom Line: The Bulldogs have been pretty bad opposing the pass. They’ve supported 256.6 passing YPG (30th-most), 2.22 TDs/game (20th), and 60.2 FPG to opposing WR units (22nd). Chism is simply a means to an end. Over the Tigers’ last four games, he’s collected the following target shares: 21, 26, 17, and 27 percent. At $4.6K, we need 13.8 FPs. Chism could give us twice that number.

Just under the optimal cutline

Britain Covey, WR, Utah vs. Washington State (DK: $5.4K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 33.25)

Jaquarii Roberson, WR, Wake Forest vs. Florida State (DK: $7.0K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 36.25)

Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State vs. Northwestern (DK: $7.3K | O/U: 57.0 | Implied: 38.75)

Bailey Gaither, WR, San Jose State vs. Boise State (DK: $6.8K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 24.75)

Renard Bell, WR, Washington State at Utah (DK: $6.4K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 22.75)

Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson vs. Notre Dame (DK: $6.5K | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 35.25)

Primary flex-ends (Salary savers)

Braylon Sanders, WR, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $4.1K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Dontario Drummond, WR, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $4.4K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Jaray Jenkins, WR, LSU vs. Ole Miss (DK: $4.3K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 38.0)

Tauskie Dove, WR, Missouri at Mississippi State (DK: $3.4K | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 25.25)

Kyren Lacy, WR, Louisiana at Coastal Carolina (DK: $4.5K | O/U: 55.0 | Implied: 26.0)

Overpriced for optimal build

Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $9.9K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State vs. San Jose State (DK: $8.2K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 31.25)

Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State vs. Northwestern (DK: $8.0K | O/U: 57.0 | Implied: 38.75)

Jaivon Heiligh, WR, Coastal Carolina vs. Louisiana (DK: $6.6K | O/U: 55.0 | Implied: 29.0)

Tier 3 value

Travell Harris, WR, Washington State at Utah (DK: $7.1K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 22.75)

Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M at Tennessee (DK: $6.1K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 32.5)

Donavon Greene, WR, Wake Forest vs. Florida State (DK: $5.8K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 36.25)

Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $5.2K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Javon McKinley, WR, Notre Dame vs. Clemson (DK: $6.3K | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 24.75)

Tier 4 value

Theo Wease, WR, Oklahoma vs. Iowa State (DK: $6.0K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 31.75)

Tre Walker, WR, San Jose State vs. Boise State (DK: $5.0K | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 24.75)

Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State vs. Oklahoma (DK: $4.7K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 26.25)

Velus Jones Jr., WR, Tennessee vs. Texas A&M (DK: $4.8K | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 18.5)

Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State vs. Oklahoma (DK: $5.5K | O/U: 58.0 | Implied: 26.25)

Ontario Wilson, WR, Florida State at Wake Forest (DK: $5.1K | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Secondary flex-ends (Salary savers)

Jonathan Mingo, WR, Ole Miss at LSU (DK: $3.7K | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 40.5)

Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame vs. Clemson (DK: $3.8K | O/U: | Implied: )

Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman, WR, Northwestern vs. Ohio State (DK: $4.4K | O/U: | Implied: )

Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin vs. Minnesota (DK: $4.6K | O/U: 47.0 | Implied: 29.75)

Optimal Passing Game Stacks (Cash/SE)

Pay particular attention to the labels between each receiving option. Here are the guidelines:

  • Plus (+) = Optimal receiving stack

  • Plus/Minus (+/-) = Triple stack option

  • Plus/or (+/or) = More than one optimal receiving stack and worthy triple stack option

  • Or = More than one worthy secondary option in a double stack

  • Run-Back Options: salaries are not included in provided cap calculations.

The combined salary listings are calculated triple stacks consisting of the QB plus the first two receiving options.

Max Johnson + Kayshon Boutte

Run-Back Options: Elijah Moore, Dontario Drummond, Braylon Sanders, Kenny Yeboah, Jonathan Mingo

LSU Tigers vs. Ole Miss Rebels

Line: +2.5 | O/U: 78.5 | Implied: 38.0 | Combined Salary: $12.5K DK | Cap: 25%

Trevor Lawrence + Cornell Powell or Amari Rodgers

Run-Back Options: Kyren Williams (RB), Javon McKinley, Michael Mayer

Clemson Tigers vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Line: -10.5 | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 35.25 | Combined Salary: $15.4K DK | Cap: 31%

Ian Book + Javon McKinley +/or Kyren Williams (RB)

Run-Back Options: Cornell Powell, Amari Rodgers, Travis Etienne (RB)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Clemson Tigers

Line: +10.5 | O/U: 60.0 | Implied: 24.75 | Combined Salary: $21.7K DK | Cap: 43%

Jake Bentley + Britain Covey

Run-Back Options: Renard Bell, Travell Harris

Utah Utes vs. Washington State Cougars

Line: -10.5 | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 33.25 | Combined Salary: $11.4K DK | Cap: 23%

Passing Game Stacks (GPPs)

Sam Hartman + Jaquarii Roberson +/- Donavon Greene

Run-Back Options: Lawrance Toafili (RB), Ontaria Wilson, Ja'Khi Douglas

Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Florida State Seminoles

Line: -6.5 | O/U: 66.0 | Implied: 36.25 | Combined Salary: $19.7K DK | Cap: 39%

Connor Bazelak + Keke Chism +/- Tauskie Dove

Run-Back Options: Jaden Walley, Dillon Johnson (RB)

Missouri Tigers at Mississippi State Bulldogs

Line: -1.0 | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 25.25 | Combined Salary: $13.9K DK | Cap: 28%

Jayden de Laura + Renard Bell +/or Travell Harris

Run-Back Options: Britain Covey

Washington State Cougars at Utah Utes

Line: +10.5 | O/U: 56.0 | Implied: 22.75 | Combined Salary: $19.8K DK | Cap: 40%

Will Rogers + Jaden Walley +/- Dillon Johnson (RB)

Run-Back Options: Keke Chism, Tauskie Dove

Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers

Line: +1.0 | O/U: 49.5 | Implied: 24.25 | Combined Salary: $17.3K DK | Cap: 35%

Kellen Mond + Jalen Wydermyer +/- Ainias Smith (RB)

Run-Back Options: Velus Jones Jr.

Texas A&M Aggies at Tennessee Volunteers

Line: -14.0 | O/U: 51.0 | Implied: 32.5 | Combined Salary: $19.9K DK | Cap: 40%

With a dedicated focus on studying game film and a faithful commitment to metrics & analytics, Huber’s specialties include DFS (college and NFL), Devy & Dynasty formats, and second-to-none fantasy analysis of high school prospects.

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