Fantasy Sports Depot’s Top College Football Performers

Sep 1, 2008

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

I’m going to post the top team offenses and defenses for this past week in fantasy college football according to the Sporting News game. I’m posting the results from Thursday until Saturday. Every week after that, the weekly results will come from Sunday to Saturday of the previous week. Also keep in mind that SN does NOT allow any teams to gain points against D1-AA schools, so those games won’t be listed here. Here we go:

Offenses: Arizona posted 70 points, 521 total yards, and three turnovers for 1,161 points against Idaho. Southern Miss had 51 points, 633 total yards, and five turnovers for 1,043 points against Louisiana-Lafayette. Tulsa had 45 points, 601 total yards, and one turnover for 1,031 points against UAB. No. 6 Missouri posted 52 points, 549 total yards, and two turnovers for 1,029 points against No. 20 Illinois. No. 11 Texas had 52 points, 503 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,023 points against Florida Atlantic. No. 3 Southern Cal posted 52 points, 558 total yards, and three turnovers for 1,018 points against Virginia.

Defenses: South Carolina shutout NC State on Thursday while allowing 138 total yards with five turnovers and five sacks for 1,137 points. Arizona shutout Idaho while allowing 112 yards with six turnovers for 1,108 points. TCU allowed only three points against New Mexico while allowing 186 yards with six turnovers and two sacks for 1,034 points. Boston College shutout Kent State and No. 10 Auburn shutout Louisiana-Monroe. No. 3 Southern Cal allowed just seven points and 187 yards against Virginia.

Top individual performers against D1-A opponents:
QB Juice Williams, No. 20 Illinois against No. 6 Missouri: 26-for-42, 451 passing yards, five touchdowns, two interceptions, 10 rushing yards
QB Lyle Moevao, Oregon State against Stanford: 34-for-54, 404 passing yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions
QB Chase Clement, Rice against SMU: 24-for-37, 258 passing yards, six touchdowns, 87 rushing yards
RB Damion Fletcher, Southern Miss against Louisiana-Lafayette: 222 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns
RB P.J. Hill, No. 13 Wisconsin against Akron: 210 rushing yards, two touchdowns
WR Mark Dell, Michigan State against California: nine receptions, 202 receiving yards, one touchdown
WR Will Judson, No. 20 Illinois against No. 6 Missouri: five receptions, 177 receiving yards, two touchdowns
WR Sammie Stroughter, Oregon State against Stanford: 12 receptions, 157 receiving yards, two touchdowns
WR Nathan Palmer, Northern Illinois against Wyoming: 3 receptions, 170 receiving yards, two touchdowns

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2 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. Matthew Kimel
    September 2nd, 2008 at 3:26 am #

    The Falcons are a joke…

  2. LestersLegends
    September 2nd, 2008 at 5:08 am #

    They’re trying.

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