Very interesting early slate of daily college fantasy football on Saturday November 28, 2015. There’s really not that clear cut #1 QB, so expect lots of lineup variations. I would encourage waking up early – or beginning to setup lineups for this slate early because it looks like a somewhat difficult one to judge.
Cincinnati @ East Carolina (-1.5) 67 o/u
Clemson (-18.5) @ South Carolina 55 o/u
Iowa State @ West Virginia (-14) 60 o/u
Indiana (-6.5) @ Purdue 68.5 o/u
Ohio State (-1) @ Michigan 46.5 o/u
SMU @ Memphis (-21.5) 72 o/u
Georgia (-4) @ Georgia Tech 48 o/u
Louisville (-5.5) @ Kentucky 52 o/u
Colorado @ Utah (-16.5) 49 o/u
Alabama (-14.5) @ Auburn 48.5 o/u
Northerwestern (-3.5) @ Illinois 42 o/u
Penn State @ Michigan State (-10.5) 44.5 o/u
UCLA @ USC (-3) 62 o/u
UNC (-4.5) @ NC State 67 o/u
Wisconsin (-3) @ Minnesota 43 o/u
Virginia Tech (-3.5) @ Virginia 51 o/u
Paxton Lynch – Memphis
Good spot for Lynch against a team that struggles on defense across the board.
Skyler Howard – West Virginia
This is a good matchup against Iowa St which has given up 27 TDs vs only 4 INTs all season.
DeShaun Watson – Clemson
Good spot against a weak run defense raises his floor a bit. You have to figure though Clemson might shut it down a bit considering if they stay healthy – they’ll have a shot at the National Championship. But this is College football and you never really know.
Matt Davis – SMU
Wildly inconsistent depending on the matchup but I do like this matchup against a team he’ll be required to throw against. As long as he can snap of a few big scrambles, I think he has tournament appeal at these prices.
Austin Appleby – Purdue
Really good tournament option here. Home underdog. Indiana sucks at pass defense. We’ll keep him down here so maybe less people see this.
Nate Sudfeld – Indiana
Not a super easy matchup, but Purdue might be able to keep up with Indiana a bit. Sudfeld is a risky tournament QB.
Jacoby Brissett – NC State
I really don’t love this spot except he’s a home underdog. I could see using him as a deep sleeper #2 on DK … but I’m not sure you need to dig this deep. The reason being is Brissett can extend a play kind of like Ben Roethlisberger can … and on the season UNC has only 19 sacks so I think Brissett should have some time to throw late in this one.
Joel Lanning – Iowa State
Has some real deep sleeper tournament appeal on Draftkings. Too expensive on Fanduel I believe.
Michael Brewer – VTech
Has some low-end tournament appeal for a number of reasons including the matchup.