Fantasy Sports Depot’s Top College Football Performers
The Fantasy Sports Depot review the fourth weekend in college football. Here’s a look at the top Offenses, Defenses, and Individual Performers.
Okay, here’s the top performers for the fifth week in college football. This is according to the Sporting News fantasy college football game on their site. Also, no points are awarded when playing D-1AA opponents, so those teams will not be listed here. Note: Only those with a 1,000 points or more are listed.
Team offenses: Rice put up 77 points, 502 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,272 points against North Texas. Oklahoma State put up 55 points, 612 yards, and zero turnovers for 1,162 points against Troy. Oregon put up 63 points, 507 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,137 points against Washington State. Nevada put up 49 points, 620 total yards, and one turnover for 1,090 points against UNLV. San Diego State put up 45 points, 603 total yards, and two turnovers for 1,013 points against Idaho.
Team defenses: No teams scored 1,000 points on defense this week. The top two scorers were Kentucky with 993 points against Western Kentucky, and West Virginia with 987 points against Marshall.
Top Individual performances:
QB Chase Clement, Rice vs North Texas: 22-for-28, 298 passing yards, five passing touchdowns, 69 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns
QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma vs TCU: 19-for-34, 411 passing yards, four passing touchdowns
QB Colin Kaepernick, Nevada vs UNLV: 11-for-16, 176 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, 240 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns
QB Ryan Lindley, San Diego State vs Idaho: 24-for-38, 433 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, 25 rushing yards
QB Colt McCoy, Texas vs Arkansas: 17-for-19, 185 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, 84 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns
RB Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State vs USC: 186 rushing yards, two touchdowns, two receptions, 27 receiving yards
RB Donald Brown, Connecticut vs Louisville: 190 rushing yards, one touchdown, one reception, six receiving yards
RB Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette vs Kansas State: 183 rushing yards, three touchdowns, one reception, 12 receiving yards
RB Antone Smith, Florida State vs Colorado: 154 rushing yards, three touchdowns, one reception, 10 receiving yards
RB Andre Anderson, Tulane vs SMU: 219 rushing yards, one touchdown, four receptions, 38 receiving yards
WR Percy Harvin, Florida vs Mississippi: 82 rushing yards, 13 receptions, 185 receiving yards, two touchdowns
WR Manuel Johnson, Oklahoma vs TCU: five receptions, 206 receiving yards, three touchdowns
WR Jarrett Dillard, Rice vs North Texas: eight receptions, 114 receiving yards, four touchdowns
WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State vs Troy: six receptions, 118 receiving yards, three touchdowns
WR Vincent Brown, San Diego State vs Idaho: eight receptions, 183 receiving yards, three touchdowns
Here are the statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.
Passing yards: 1,920, Case Keenum, Houston
Passing yards per game: 393.2, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing touchdowns: 19, Case Keenum, Houston; David Johnson, Tulsa
Rushing yards: 906, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing yards per game: 181.2, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing touchdowns: 12, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 561, Emmanuel Sanders, SMU
Receiving yards per game: 148.0, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 45, James Casey, Rice
Receiving touchdowns: 10, Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Interceptions: 4, Sean Baker, Ball State; Daniel Charbonnet, Texas Tech; Otis Wiley, Michigan State