Fantasy Sports Depot’s Top College Football Performers

Sep 9, 2008

The Fantasy Sports Depot review the second weekend in college football.  Here’s a look at the top Offenses, Defenses, and Individual Performers.

Here’s the best team and individual performers in Week 2 in fantasy College Football. Team offenses and defenses are based on the Sporting News fantasy points. Also, no games against D1-AA schools count for points in that game, so they won’t be listed for those who played them in Week 2.

Team Offenses: No. 18 Oregon had 66 points, 688 total yards, and two turnovers for 1308 points against Utah State. Oklahoma State had 56 points, 699 total yards, and three turnovers for 1199 points against Houston. California had 66 points, 505 total yards, and one turnover against Washington State. Tulsa had 56 points, 555 total yards, and zero turnovers against North Texas. No. 2 Georgia had 56 points, 552 points, and one turnover for 1092 points against Central Michigan. No. 4 Oklahoma had 52 points, 592 total yards, and two turnovers for 1072 points against Cincinnati. Florida Atlantic had 49 points, 554 total yards, and one turnover against UAB.

Team Defenses: Iowa allowed 218 total yards while having three turnovers and six sacks in a shutout over Florida International for 1032 points. Air Force gave up three points, allowed 216 total yards, forced five turnovers, and had four sacks for 1014 points against Wyoming. California gave up three points, allowed 167 total yards, forced four turnovers, and had two sacks for 1013 points against Washington State. No. 5 Florida allowed just three points against Miami(FL). East Carolina allowed three points against No. 8 West Virginia. Kansas shutout Louisiana Tech.

Individual Performances:
QB David Johnson, Tulsa against North Texas: 25-for-33, 418 passing yards, six passing touchdowns, 12 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
QB Sam Bradford, No. 4 Oklahoma against Cincinnati: 29-for-38, 395 passing yards, five passing touchdowns, two interceptions, three rushing yards
QB Case Keenum, Houston against Oklahoma State: 35-for-61, 387 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, 81 rushing yards
QB Todd Reesing, No. 14 Kansas against Louisiana Tech: 32-for-38, 412 passing yards, three touchdowns, three rushing yards
QB Colt McCoy, No. 10 Texas against UTEP: 20-for-29, 282 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, eight rushing yards
RB Javon Ringer, Michigan State against Eastern Michigan: 135 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns, one reception, eight receiving yards
RB Jahvid Best, California against Washington State: 200 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, one reception, two receiving yards
RB Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State against Houston: 210 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns, one reception, 18 receiving yards
RB Knowshon Moreno, No. 2 Georgia against Central Michigan: 168 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, three receptions, 30 receiving yards
RB Evan Royster, No. 19 Penn State against Oregon State: 141 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns
RB Donald Brown, Connecticut against Temple: 214 rushing yards, one touchdown
WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State against Houston: nine receptions, 236 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns
WR Dante Love, Ball State against Navy: nine receptions, 165 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown, 37 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech against Nevada: seven receptions, 158 receiving yards, one touchdown
WR Dennis Pitta, No. 15 BYU against Washington: 10 receptions, 148 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown

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One Response so far | Have Your Say!

  1. 3rdStoneFromTheSun
    September 9th, 2008 at 10:20 pm #

    This is a great list.

    I’m glad I don’t play college fantasy ball

    I’m such a homer, I’d pick a lot of Terps

    and only the RB is doing anything

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