Last week, minor pricing errors in the DraftKings player pool was the overwhelming theme of the main slate of Saturday's college football action. Suppressed prices led to players like J.K. Dobbins becoming instantly viable in all formats, and in that specific instance, it paid massive dividends via a 40.5-point performance. This weekend, injury uncertainty looms over the DraftKings main slate, emphasizing the need for contingency plans leading up to lock (and even after lock.) Players like Colorado's Laviska Shenault, Jr. lead the way at their respective positions, but given the lack of quality injury reporting in college football his availability for Saturday's game is unknown.
Listed here are the most notable games for DFS purposes. In green are games with the highest projected totals, according to betting markets, and in red are the games with the lowest projected totals on the slate. Try to avoid using too many players in any single lineup from the game(s) in red. On the other hand, the game(s) in green should provide enough points and fantasy points across the board to make multiple pieces on each team viable for fantasy lineups
- OLE MISS @ TEXAS A&M | TEXAS A&M (-11), GAME TOTAL: 66.5
- NORTHWESTERN @ IOWA | IOWA (-10), GAME TOTAL: 47.5
- OKLAHOMA STATE @ OKLAHOMA | OKLAHOMA (-21), GAME TOTAL: 79.5
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