Fantasy Sports Depot’s Top College Football Performers
The Fantasy Sports Depot review the past weekend in college football. Here’s a look at the top Offenses, Defenses, and Individual Performers.
Okay, here’s the top performers for the sixth 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: Tulsa put up 63 points, 577 total yards, and one turnover for 1,187 points against Rice. Texas Tech put up 58 points, 626 total yards, and one turnover for 1,186 points against Kansas State. Louisiana-Lafayette put up 44 points, 728 total yards, and three turnovers for 1,108 points against Louisiana-Monroe. Oklahoma put up 49 points, 594 total yards, and one turnover for 1,064 points against Baylor.
Team defenses: TCU allowed seven points, 85 total yards, forced one turnover, and had four sacks for 1,025 points against San Diego State. New Mexico allowed zero points, 201 total yards, forced three turnovers and had four sacks for 1,019 points against Wyoming. Georgia Tech allowed zero points, 132 total yards, forced one turnover, and had two sacks for 1,018 points against Duke.
Top Individual performances:
-QB Graham Harrell, Texas Tech vs Kansas State: 38-for-51, 453 passing yards, six passing touchdowns, one rushing yard, one rushing touchdown
-QB Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State vs Texas A&M: 10-for-13, 186 passing yards, three touchdowns, 66 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns
-QB Chris Crane, Boston College vs NC State: 34-for-51, 428 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, 42 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns
-QB Juice Williams, Illinois vs Michigan: 13-for-26, 310 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, 121 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns
-QB Tim Hiller, Western Michigan vs Ohio: 24-for-37, 347 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, 51 rushing yards
-QB Joe Webb, UAB vs Memphis: 14-for-25, 235 passing yards, one passing touchdown, 93 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns
-RB Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette vs Louisiana-Monroe: 297 rushing yards, three touchdowns, one reception, two receiving yards
-RB Antone Smith, Florida State vs Miami(FL): 92 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns
-RB Collin Mooney, Army vs Tulane: 181 rushing yards, four touchdowns, three receptions, 18 receiving yards
-RB Derrick Washington, Missouri vs Nebraska: 139 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns, two receptions, 13 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown
-RB Lonyae Miller, Fresno State vs Hawaii: 161 rushing yards, two touchdowns
-RB Glen Coffee, Alabama vs Kentucky: 218 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, one reception, 15 receiving yards
-RB Brandon West, Western Michigan vs Ohio: 107 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, four receptions, 72 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns
-RB Gartrell Johnson III, Colorado State vs UNLV: 191 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, four receptions, 21 receiving yards
-WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State vs Texas A&M: five receptions, 106 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns, one punt return touchdown
-WR Aldrick Robinson, SMU vs UCF: 10 receptions, 210 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown
-WR Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech vs Duke: nine receptions, 230 receiving yards, one touchdown
-WR Kerry Meier: Kansas vs Iowa State: seven receptions, 125 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns
-WR T.Y. Hilton, Florida International vs North Texas: three receptions, 145 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns
-TE Rob Gronkowski, Arizona vs Washington: five receptions, 109 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns
Here are the statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.
Passing yards: 2,027, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing yards per game: 405.4, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing touchdowns: 23, David Johnson, Tulsa
Rushing yards: 1,067, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing yards per game: 177.8, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing touchdowns: 12, Donald Brown, Connecticut; MiQuale Lewis, Ball State; Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 696, Eric Decker, Minnesota
Receiving yards per game: 137.5, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 54, James Casey, Rice
Receiving touchdowns: 11, Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Interceptions: 4, Sean Baker, Ball State; Daniel Charbonnet, Texas Tech; Trimane Goddard, North Carolina; Otis Wiley, Michigan State
Now how did I do with my offensive picks for the week?
-Tulsa offense vs Rice offense: Tulsa scored the most points this week, but they’re not a sleeper by any stretch. Rice scored 653 points this week. David Johnson did throw four touchdown passes despite not having many yards. One hit, one miss.
-BYU offense vs Utah State: BYU had 706 points against Utah State. Though that’s not terrible, it’s not one of the better performances as I predicted. Miss.
-Oklahoma offense vs Baylor: Oklahoma finished 4th this week in total points. Hit.
-Memphis offense vs UAB: Memphis scored 728 points against UAB. See BYU above. Miss.
-Bowling Green offense vs Eastern Michigan: BG only scored 601 points against Eastern Michigan. What’s worse? They lost the game, too. Miss.
-Louisiana-Lafayette offense vs Louisiana-Monroe: The Cajuns set a school record for total yards in a game in this one. Fenroy had three TD runs of 50-plus yards as he almost hit 300 for the game. Hit.
-Akron offense vs Kent State: Akron had only 541 points against Kent State. Miss.
So I had three hits, and five misses. However, the three hits I had all hit 1,000 points for the week in total scoring, so I guess it’s not terrible. I’ll try to do better next week.