College Football DraftKings Week 7 Breakdown

An in-depth position-by-position breakdown of the DraftKings college football main slate.

Week seven of the 2019 college football season is a week loaded with highly impactful matchups in conferences across the country. In the Big 12, the Red River Rivalry will likely be the biggest regular season game in the entire conference during the regular season. Texas and Oklahoma will play in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas this weekend in what is expected to be a shootout between two of the nation's most impressive offenses. In the SEC, Texas A&M continues its quest through the toughest schedule in all of college football, as they play host to the Alabama Crimson Tide. No team has been able to hold Tua Tagovailoa under three passing touchdowns this season- will the Aggies be the first? And if so, could that spell trouble for Alabama's hopes of running the table? Staying down south, the Florida Gators, fresh off a thrilling victory over the Auburn Tigers, head down to the bayou to face off with LSU's new-look offense that has been shredding defenses left and right in 2019. This primetime game, as well as Iowa vs. Penn State in the Big Ten, is not included on the DraftKings main slate of games, but there is no let up in the college football slate of games once the DraftKings main slate wraps up this weekend. It's going to be a long day of heated rivalries with playoff implications, so make sure you've done everything you can to clear your schedule for this Saturday. One thing we do know is that there will be fireworks, we just don't know where they'll be at yet.

Best of luck to everyone playing college football DFS this weekend, let's make some money.

Feel free to reach out to me on Twitter with any questions, comments, or concerns about this article or slate in general!


There is one fundamental difference between NFL DFS and College Football DFS, and that is lineup construction. A college football removes the tight end and defense positions from a lineup and replaces them one super flex position. The super flex position can be filled by a quarterback, running back, or wide receiver. On nearly every single slate throughout the year rostering a second quarterback in the super flex position will be optimal in both cash games and tournaments. Keep this in mind all year when building lineups.

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