After a week filled with top-25 matchups throughout the day of college football, the scheduling powers that be appear to have given fans a week off before next week's exciting slate of games. This weekend, there are only two matchups between top-25 teams. One, however does have major SEC championship implications, as the Georiga Bulldogs and Florida Gators face-off in a neutral site game in the Jacksonville Jaguars' stadium. Both teams can ill-afford another loss on their respective resumes if they want to have any dreams of reaching the College Football Playoff this season after this weekend. For DFS purposes, there are a handful of exciting matchups between low-ranked teams, such as Boston College @ Syracuse and Oregon State @ Arizona. There should be no shortage of offensive production in either game, making for elite fantasy matchups, even if the teams involved have disappointed in 2019.
Best of luck to everyone, and as always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this article, feel free to reach out to me on twitter @ThaGreatZambino!
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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