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Written by David Funk

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 eighth 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: Southern Miss put up 70 points, 610 total yards, and had zero turnovers for 1,310 points against UAB. Oklahoma State put up 59 points, 682 total yards, and had two turnovers for 1,232 points against Iowa State. Oklahoma put up 62 points, 508 total yards, and had one turnover for 1,108 points against Nebraska. USC put up 56 points, 485 total yards, and had zero turnovers for 1,045 points against Washington. Stanford put up 58 points, 456 total yards, and had zero turnovers for 1,036 points against washington State. Rice put up 49 points, 543 total yards, and had zero turnovers for 1,033 points against UTEP.

Team defenses: Boise State allowed zero points, 150 total yards, forced two turnovers, and had six sacks for 1,080 points against New Mexico State. Stanford allowed zero points, 225 total yards, forced five turnovers, and had four sacks for 1,035 points against Washington State. Alabama allowed zero points, 158 yards, forced one turnover, and had four sacks for 1,022 points against Arkansas State.

Top Quarterbacks With At Least Five Touchdowns:
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State vs Iowa State: 18-for-27, 395 yards, five touchdowns, one interception, 66 rushing yards
Max Hall, BYU vs Colorado State: 28-for-35, 389 yards, five touchdowns, 15 rushing yards
Chase Clement, Rice vs UTEP: 28-for-41, 372 yards, five touchdowns, 21 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
Sam Bradford, Oklahoma vs Nebraska: 19-for-27, 311 yards, five touchdowns, 14 rushing yards
Tim Tebow, Florida vs Georgia: 10-for-13, 154 yards, two touchdowns, 39 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns
Austin Davis, Southern Miss vs UAB: 6-for-7, 141 yards, one touchdown, 81 rushing yards, five rushing touchdowns

Top Running Backs With At Least Three Rushing Touchdowns:
Devin Moore, Wyoming vs San Diego State: 234 yards, three touchdowns
Jake Sharp, Kansas vs Kansas State: 181 yards, four touchdowns, five receptions, 76 receiving yards
Brandon Minor, Michigan vs Purdue: 155 yards, three touchdowns
Kory Sheets, Purdue vs Michigan: 118 yards, three touchdowns, three receptions, 43 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown
Tory Harrison, Southern Miss vs UAB: 137 yards, three touchdowns
Toby Gerhart: Stanford vs Washington State: 132 yards, four touchdowns
Tyrell Fenroy: Louisiana-Lafayette vs Florida International: 81 yards, three touchdowns
Lamark Brown: Kansas State vs Kansas: 68 yards, three touchdowns, three receptions, 17 receiving yards
DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma vs Nebraska: 57 yards, two touchdowns, one reception, 25 receiving yards, one touchdown

Top Receivers With At Least Three Touchdowns:
Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State vs Iowa State: nine receptions, 171 yards, four touchdowns
Austin Collie, BYU vs Colorado State: nine receptions, 156 yards, three touchdowns
James Casey, Rice vs UTEP: 12 receptions, 142 yards, three touchdowns, 28 rushing yards, one touchdown
Jeff Moturi, UTEP vs Rice: five receptions, 109 yards, three touchdowns, nine rushing yards

Here are the individual statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.

Passing yards: 3,621, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing yards per game: 402.3, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing touchdowns: 34, Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Rushing yards: 1,427, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Rushing yards per game: 156.2, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing touchdowns: 18, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 1,058, Austin Collie, BYU
Receiving yards per game: 131.8, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 85, Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas
Receiving touchdowns: 15, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State; Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech; Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Interceptions: 6, Eric Berry, Tennessee; Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech; Brian Lainhart, Kent State

Here are the team statistical leaders for the season thus far on offense and defense as well as fantasy-wise:

Points Per Game: 52.0, Tulsa
Total Yards Per Game: 593.0, Tulsa
Passing yards per game: 424.6, Texas Tech
Rushing yards per game: 308.0, Navy
Points Allowed Per Game: 7.1, USC
Total Yards Per Game: 211.6, USC
Passing yards allowed per game: 127.5, USC
Rushing yards allowed per game: 38.9, TCU
Most SN Points offense: 8,476, Tulsa
SN Points Per Game offense: 1,059.5, Tulsa
Most SN Points defense: 7,883, TCU
SN Points Per Game defense: 902.8, USC


Written by David Funk

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 9th 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: Texas Tech put up 63 points, 556 total yards, and had one turnover for 1,166 points against Kansas. Oklahoma put up 58 points, 528 total yards, and had one turnover for 1,088 points against Kansas State. Florida put up 63 points, 446 total yards, and had one turnover for 1,056 points against Kentucky. Missouri put 58 points, 491 total yards, and one turnover for 1,051 points against Colorado. Oregon put up 54 points, 537 total yards, and had three turnovers for 1,017 points against Arizona State. Kent State put up 54 points, 468 total yards, and had zero turnovers for 1,008 points against Miami(OH).

Team defenses: No defenses scored 1,000 points this week. The top two scoring defenses for this week were Missouri with 981 points against Colorado and Army with 973 points against Louisiana Tech.

Here are some of the top individual leaders thru Saturday:
QB Grahama Harrell, Texas Tech vs Kansas: 34-for-42, 386 passing yards, five passing touchdowns, 28 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
QB Mike Teel, Rutgers vs Pittsburgh: 14-for-21, 361 passing yards, six passing touchdowns, -21 rushing yards
QB Chase Daniel, Missouri vs Colorado: 31-for-37, 302 passing yards, five touchdowns
QB Andy Dalton, TCU vs Wyoming: 16-for-22, 334 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, 21 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
QB Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M vs Iowa State: 31-for-39, 381 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, 16 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
QB Ricky Dobbs, Navy vs SMU: 224 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns
RB DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma vs Kansas State: 104 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns, four receptions, 63 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns
RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh vs Rutgers: 146 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns
RB Eugene Jarvis, Kent State vs Miami(OH): 105 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns
RB Noel Devine, West Virginia vs Auburn: 207 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, one reception, 13 receiving yards
WR Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina vs Boston College: eight receptions, 139 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns, 31 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
WR Jimmy Young, TCU vs Wyoming: five receptions, 226 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns
WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers vs Pittsburgh: five receptions, 143 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns
WR Jordan Shipley, Texas vs Oklahoma State: 15 receptions, 168 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown, 17 rushing yards
WR Eldred King, Middle Tennessee State vs Mississippi State: 11 receptions, 164 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown

Here are the statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.

Passing yards: 3,147, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing yards per game: 393.4, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing touchdowns: 31, David Johnson, Tulsa
Rushing yards: 1,373, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Rushing yards per game: 165.5, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing touchdowns: 16, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 1,003, Aldrick Robinson, SMU
Receiving yards per game: 126.1, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 66, Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas
Receiving touchdowns: 14, Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech; Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Interceptions: 6, Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech

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 eighth 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 77 points, 791 total yards, and one turnovers for 1,541 points against UTEP. USC put up 69 points, 625 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,315 points against Washington State. New Mexico put up 70 points, 565 total yards, and one turnover for 1,245 points against San Diego State. Texas put up 56 points, 591 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,151 points against Missouri. Oklahoma put up 45 points, 674 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,124 points against Kansas. Illinois put up 55 points, 563 total yards, and one turnover for 1,093 points against Indiana. Utah put up 49 points, 549 total yards, and one turnover for 1,019 points against Colorado State. Louisiana Tech put up 46 points, 556 total yards, and zero turnovers for 1,016 points against Idaho. Rice put up 45 points, 586 total yards, and one turnover for 1,016 points against Southern Miss.

Team defenses: USC allowed zero points, 116 total yards, forced three turnovers, and had zero sacks for 1,044 points against Washington State. Tennessee allowed three points, 189 total yards, forced three turnovers, and had five sacks for 1,016 points against Mississippi State.

Here are some of the top individual leaders on Saturday:
QB Chase Clement, Rice vs Southern Miss: 30-for-43, 444 passing yards, six passing touchdowns, one interception, 22 rushing yards
QB David Johnson, Tulsa vs UTEP: 21-for-27, 434 passing yards, five passing touchdowns, one interception, 21 rushing yards
QB Graham Harrell, Texas Tech vs Texas A&M: 44-for-56, 450 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, two interceptions, four rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns
QB Matt Sanchez, USC vs Washington State: 15-for-20, 253 passing yards, five passing touchdowns, three rushing yards
QB Bo Levi Mitchell, SMU vs Houston: 29-for-39, 365 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, two interceptions, three rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
QB Jacory Harris, Miami(FL) vs Duke: 18-for-28, 185 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, two interceptions, 53 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown
RB Dennis Kennedy, Akron vs Eastern Michigan: 277 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, one reception, 15 receiving yards
RB Shonn Greene, Iowa vs Wisconsin: 217 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns
RB Rodney Ferguson, New Mexico vs San Diego State: 149 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns
RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh vs Navy: 156 rushing yards, three touchdowns, two receptions, 46 receiving yards
RB Keola Antolin, Arizona vs California: 149 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns, one reception, nine receiving yards
RB C.J. Gable, USC vs Washington State: 109 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns
RB Kory Sheets, Purdue vs Northwestern: 168 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns, four receptions, 31 receiving yards
WR DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss vs Rice: 12 receptions, 221 receiving yards, four receiving touchdowns
WR Brennan Marion, Tulsa vs UTEP: six receptions, 233 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns
WR Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas vs Oklahoma: 12 receptions, 269 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns, 13 rushing yards
WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State vs Baylor: 11 receptions, 212 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns
WR Jarrett Dillard, Rice vs Southern Miss: seven receptions, 144 receiving yards, three receiving touchdowns
WR Aldrick Robinson, SMU vs Rice: eight receptions, 186 receiving yards, two receiving touchdowns
WR James Rodgers, Oregon State vs Washington: three receptions, 53 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown, 110 rushing yards, two rushing touchdowns

Here are the statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.

Passing yards: 2,761, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing yards per game: 394.4, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing touchdowns: 31, David Johnson, Tulsa
Rushing yards: 1,179, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Rushing yards per game: 167.7, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing touchdowns: 14, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 909, Aldrick Robinson, SMU
Receiving yards per game: 134.8, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 66, Jamarko Simmons, Western Michigan
Receiving touchdowns: 14, Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Interceptions: 5, Eric Berry, Tennessee; Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech; Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State

Okay, that’s all for now. Be sure to stop the blogs of my friends to the right of this page for more great reads out there!

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 seventh 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: Louisiana-Lafayette put up 59 points, 590 total yards, and two turnovers for 1,140 points against North Texas. Oregon State put 66 points, 548 total yards, and four turnovers for 1,128 points against Washington State.

Team defenses: No defense scored 1,000 points this week. The top two were USC shutting out Arizona State while getting 996 points, and TCU had 981 points against Colorado State.

Here are the statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.

Passing yards: 2,311, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing yards per game: 385.2, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing touchdowns: 26, David Johnson, Tulsa
Rushing yards: 1,112, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Rushing yards per game: 177.8, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing touchdowns: 14, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 782, Eric Decker, Minnesota
Receiving yards per game: 119.4, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 59, Eric Decker, Minnesota
Receiving touchdowns: 11, Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Interceptions: 4, Sean Baker, Ball State; Daniel Charbonnet, Texas Tech; Trimane Goddard, North Carolina; Otis Wiley, Michigan State; Brian Lainhart, Kent State; Louis Delmas, Western Michigan; Eric Berry, Tennessee; Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State

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.

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

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 fourth 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: Toledo put up 54 points, 598 total yards, and one turnover for 1,118 points against Fresno State. Tulsa put up 56 points, 606 total yards, and three turnovers for 1,106 points against New Mexico. Texas put up 52 points, 600 total yards, and two turnovers for 1,080 points against Rice. Louisiana-Lafayette put up 44 points, 667 total yards, and two turnovers for 1,067 points against Kent State.

Team defenses: Penn State allowed three points, 138 total yards, forced three turnovers, and had seven sacks for 1,097 points against Temple. Wake Forest allowed three points, 220 total yards, forced seven turnovers, and had one sack for 1,005 points against Florida State.

Here are the statistical leaders for the season thus far for passing, rushing, receiving, and defense. This includes all games played.

Passing yards: 1,573, Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Passing yards per game: 406.3, David Johnson, Tulsa
Passing touchdowns: 16, Case Keenum, Houston
Rushing yards: 716, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing yards per game: 179.0, Donald Brown, Connecticut
Rushing  touchdowns: 11, Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Receiving yards: 473, Darius Passmore, Marshall
Receiving yards per game: 163.0, Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Receptions: 37, James Casey, Rice; Kerry Meier, Kansas
Receiving touchdowns: 7, Mark Hafner, Houston
Interceptions: 4, Sean Baker, Ball State; Daniel Charbonnet, Texas Tech; Otis Wiley, Michigan State

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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