Daily Blog • December 2, 2010

Last year I started a weekly blog that included my surprise fantasy picks for each week of the college football season. Each week I picked the players that were flying under the radar and this year I have continued my weekly surprise fantasy picks. Last week I finished with a 9-3 record including maybe this season's single greatest fantasy performance by Toledo WR Eric Page who had two 90+ KR TD's, 12 rec for 127 yds and 2 TD's and also threw a 28 yd TD pass!. Overall on the season I am 99-41-17 (71%) and had a winning week each and every week!. To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.

My QB’s of the week are: Jeffrey Godfrey, UCF and Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois

Jeffrey Godfrey, UCF-Godfrey has been spectacular since the injury to Calabrese and his completing 67% of his passes with an 11-6 ratio and is 2nd on the team with 535 rush yds (4.2) and 9 TD’s. This week in the CUSA Championship game he will be playing at home and face and SMU defense that is fairly avg giving up  140 rush ypg and 226 pass ypg. My computer calls for 176 rush/198 pass for the Knights and Godfrey should easily get 200+ ttl yds and a couple of TD’s in this one as UCF claims the CUSA Championship.

Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois-Harnish has been incredibly efficient with a 66% comp rate and a 17-5 ratio this year while also adding 761 rush yds (6.4) and 5 TD’s. This week he does take on a very good Miami, Oh defense that is allowing just 300 ttl ypg in MAC play this year. However, in non-conf play they faced similar style offenses in Missouri and Cincinnati that spread you out and have mobile QB’s and they gained 469 and 609 yds respectively. This week my computer calls for 420 ttl yds for the Huskies and I think Harnish easily tops the 200 ttl yd mark in this one. 

My RB’s of the week are: Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech and Alex Green, Hawaii

Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech-Creer leads the Bulldogs with 1,132 yds (5.8) and 10 TD’s and is coming off a career-high 252 yds (8.4) and 3 TD’s last week vs San Jose St. This week he takes on a Nevada rush defense that is allowing just 127 rush ypg (5.0) and has held 7 opponents to under 100 yds this year. However, the Wolf Pack are coming off their biggest win in school history (flat spot this week) and their run defense did give up 249 rush yds to Fresno St a couple of weeks ago and 225 yds to Cal earlier this year. Creer is one of the best backs they will face this year and I think he gets a 100 yds in this one.

Alex Green, Hawaii-How about a Hawaii RB with 1,000+ rush yds? Green has done just that this year with 1,032 yds (8.8!) and 16 TD’s and last week had an incredible 327 rush yds and 3 TD’s on just 19 carries (17.2) in the win over New Mexico St! This week he takes on a UNLV defense that is allowing 226 rush ypg (5.2) and it is not every week that my computer calls for 175 rush yds for this Hawaii offense but I think Green easily tops the 100-yd mark in this one and adds to his already impressive totals.

My WR’s of the week are: Marquess Wilson, Washington St and Lester Jean, FAU

Marquess Wilson, Washington St-Wilson leads the Cougars with 47 rec (19.5) and 5 TD’s as just a true frosh and goes up against a Washington pass defense that despite holding its last two opponents to under 100 yds passing still ranks in the middle of the pack when it comes to my pass defense rankings (#59). I look for the Cougars with their double bye week to showcase a very balanced attack and I think they clearly feature Wilson in the passing game as he should approach the 100-yd mark.

Lester Jean, FAU-Jean leads the Owls with 58 rec (16.1) and 8 TD’s this year and last week had 100 yds receiving and 2 TD’s against my #29 pass defense in Middle Tennessee. This week’s opponent Troy’s pass defense is one of the worst in the country allowing 287 pass ypg (62%) with a 29-10 ratio and my computer calls for 243 pass yds this week. I’ll call for Jean to have 100+ yds in this one on Senior Day.


My Top Defenses of the Week: West Virginia and Northern Illinois

West Virginia vs Rutgers-When you think of the top defenses in the country TCU, Ohio St or Nebraska may come to mind but the Mountaineers defense has been solid if not spectacular all season long and has held opponents to just 256 ttl ypg (#3 NCAA) and just 87 rush ypg (2.8, #2 NCAA!) This week they take on a Rutgers offense that has not had any consistency with the injuries to the QB position and their current starter Dodd is only avg 150 ypg (55%) with a 9-7 ratio. My computer calls for just 6 pts and 200 yds for the Knights as they slump to 4-8 while the WV moves to 9-3. 

Northern Illinois vs Miami, Oh-The Huskies have been the most impressive MAC school this year outgaining their MAC foes by 200 ypg (487-287)! Their opponent Miami, Oh have been playing without their starting QB the last few weeks and have been feasting over the likes of Buffalo (2-10), Bowling Green (2-10), Akron (1-11) and a Temple team that had nothing to play for last week. This week will be different as my computer calls for just 14 pts for the Redhawks as the Huskies should roll to their first MAC Championship game win.

Upset of the Week: 4 str upsets and LW another winner with Maryland over NC State!

Pittsburgh over Cincinnati

Both of these teams have disappointed this season. Cincy’s stats are a bit misleading as they outgained Miami, Oh and Rutgers by a combined 610 yds and without those two gms they’re only +11 ypg.  Pitt did win the 1st 7 meetings in this series but has dropped the L/2. LY Cincy trailed 31-10 w/1:26 left in the 1H, but pulled out a 45-44 come-from-behind win, scoring the GW TD w/:33 left in a gm Pitt led by 2+ scores for the majority. Pitt is off a devastating 35-10 loss to WV in which they lost their lead in the BE. Pitt had 20-13 FD and 362-360 yd edges but 2 TO’s in the 1H resulted in 14 pts for WV. Pitt QB Sunseri is avg 211 ypg (66%) with a 15-7 ratio. RB’s Graham (825, 6.3) and Lewis (695, 4.5) have split carries TY as each has had trouble with fmbls at times. UC’s 38-17 loss to Conn LW knocked them out of the bowls for the 1st time S/’05. QB Collaros threw 4 int LW but is avg 279 ypg (59%) with a 25-11 ratio. RB Pead has 932 rush (6.8). UC has a small edge on off (#33-44) but Pitt has large edges on def (#26-74) and ST (#26-64) and goes from facing the #4 def (WV) to Cincy’s #74 D and should end a disappointing regular ssn on a high note.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 14 Rankings

Still battling for a Championship? Here are the player rankings for Week 14.

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Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Cam Newton, AUB vs SOCAR 1) Doug Martin, BOST vs UTST
2) Bryant Moniz, HAW vs UNLV 2) Mikel LeShoure, ILL @ FRST
3) Darron Thomas, ORE @ ORST 3) Vai Taua, NEV @ LATC
4) Kellen Moore, BOST vs UTST 4) LaMichael James, ORE @ ORST
5) Colin Kaepernick, NEV @ LATC 5) Alex Green, HAW vs UNLV
6) Nick Foles, ARZ vs AZST 6) Jordan Todman, UCONN @ SOFL
7) Jeffrey Godfrey, CFLA vs SMU 7) Darriet Perry, FIU vs MDTN
8) Richard Brehaut, UCLA vs USC 8) Chad Spann, NIU vs MIOH
9) Jordan La Secla, SJST @ IDAH 9) Rex Burkhead, NEB vs OKLA
10) Landry Jones, OKLA vs NEB 10) Lennon Creer, LATC vs NEV
11) Jeff Van Camp, FAU vs TROY 11) Marcus Lattimore, SOCAR vs AUB
12) Stephen Garcia, SOCAR vs AUB 12) Chris Polk, WASH @ WAST
13) Chandler Harnish, NIU vs MIOH 13) Latavius Murray, CFLA vs SMU
14) Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL @ FRST 14) DeMarco Murray, OKLA vs NEB
15) Zach Collaros, CIN vs PITT 15) Thomas Merriweather, MIOH vs NIU
16) Kyle Padron, SMU @ CFLA 16) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST vs ORE
17) Nathan Enderle, IDAH vs SJST 17) Phillip Tanner, MDTN @ FIU
18) Geno Smith, WVU vs RUT 18) Marc Tyler, USC @ UCLA
19) Ross Jenkins, LATC vs NEV 19) Zach Line, SMU @ CFLA
20) Austin Boucher, MIOH vs NIU 20) David Wilson, VATC vs FSU
21) Christian Ponder, FSU vs VATC 21) Shawn Southward, TROY @ FAU
22) Jake Locker, WASH @ WAST 22) Josh Huff, ORE @ ORST
23) Brock Osweiler, AZST @ ARZ 23) Jeremy Avery, BOST vs UTST
24) Dwight Dasher, MDTN @ FIU 24) Alfred Morris, FAU vs TROY
25) Jeff Tuel, WAST vs WASH 25) Isaiah Pead, CIN vs PITT
26) Corey Robinson, TROY @ FAU 26) Ryan Williams, VATC vs FSU
27) Tyrod Taylor, VATC vs FSU 27) Darren Evans, VATC vs FSU
28) Tino Sunseri, PITT @ CIN 28) Onterio McCalebb, AUB vs SOCAR
29) Wesley Carroll, FIU vs MDTN 29) Moise Plancher, SOFL vs UCONN
30) Taylor Martinez, NEB vs OKLA 30) Demetris Murray, SOFL vs UCONN
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Titus Young, BOST vs UTST 1) Rob Housler, FAU vs TROY
2) Juron Criner, ARZ vs AZST 2) Ryan Otten, SJST @ IDAH
3) Lester Jean, FAU vs TROY 3) Virgil Green, NEV @ LATC
4) Greg Salas, HAW vs UNLV 4) David Paulson, ORE @ ORST
5) Alshon Jeffery, SOCAR vs AUB 5) Joe Halahuni, ORST vs ORE
6) Rishard Matthews, NEV @ LATC 6) Kyler Reed, NEB vs OKLA
7) T.Y. Hilton, FIU vs MDTN 7) Trey Millard, OKLA vs NEB
8) Armon Binns, CIN vs PITT 8) Philip Lutzenkirchen, AUB vs SOCAR
9) Aldrick Robinson, SMU @ CFLA 9) Jonathan Faucher, FIU vs MDTN
10) Terrell Zachery, AUB vs SOCAR 10) Patrick DiMarco, SOCAR vs AUB
11) Jalal Beauchman, SJST @ IDAH 11) Joe Fauria, UCLA vs USC
12) Jamar Newsome, CFLA vs SMU 12) Will Johnson, WVU vs RUT
13) Kealoha Pilares, HAW vs UNLV 13) James Hanna, OKLA vs NEB
14) Austin Pettis, BOST vs UTST 14) Justice Cunningham, SOCAR vs AUB
15) Nick Harwell, MIOH vs NIU 15) Ben Guidugli, CIN vs PITT
16) Cole Beasley, SMU @ CFLA 16) Beau Reliford, FSU vs VATC
17) Eric Greenwood, IDAH vs SJST 17) Rhett Ellison, USC @ UCLA
18) Jermaine Kearse, WASH @ WAST 18) Mike McNeill, NEB vs OKLA
19) Marquess Wilson, WAST vs WASH 19) Jake Long, NEB vs OKLA
20) Ryan Broyles, OKLA vs NEB 20) Mike Cruz, PITT @ CIN
21) Jeff Maehl, ORE @ ORST 21) Ryan Griffin, UCONN @ SOFL
22) Willie Clark, NIU vs MIOH 22) Kellen Bartlett, UTST @ BOST
23) Mark Harrison, RUT @ WVU 23) Trent Ratterree, OKLA vs NEB
24) David Roberts, ARZ vs AZST 24) Michael LaGrone, IDAH vs SJST
25) Cameron Kenney, OKLA vs NEB 25) Kyle Watkins, UNLV @ HAW
26) Tavon Austin, WVU vs RUT 26) Adrien Robinson, CIN vs PITT
27) Rodney Smith, FSU vs VATC 27) Gabe Linehan, BOST vs UTST
28) Armand Robinson, MIOH vs NIU 28) Kyle Efaw, BOST vs UTST
29) Chip Reeves, TROY @ FAU 29) Andre Smith, VATC vs FSU
30) A.J. Jenkins, ILL @ FRST 30) Morrell Presley, UCLA vs USC
Kickers Defenses
1) Spencer Lanning, SOCAR vs AUB 1) West Virginia, WVU vs RUT
2) Derek Dimke, ILL @ FRST 2) Boise St, BOST vs UTST
3) Jimmy Stevens, OKLA vs NEB 3) Idaho, IDAH vs SJST
4) Alex Zendejas, ARZ vs AZST 4) Hawaii, HAW vs UNLV
5) Kyle Brotzman, BOST vs UTST 5) Illinois, ILL @ FRST
6) Scott Enos, HAW vs UNLV 6) Oregon, ORE @ ORST
7) Kai Forbath, UCLA vs USC 7) Arizona, ARZ vs AZST
8) Dave Teggart, UCONN @ SOFL 8) FLA Intl, FIU vs MDTN
9) Joe Houston, USC @ UCLA 9) Cincinnati, CIN vs PITT
10) Jack Griffin, FIU vs MDTN 10) Pittsburgh, PITT @ CIN
11) Anthony Martinez, NEV @ LATC 11) Mid Tenn St, MDTN @ FIU
12) Nick Cattoi, CFLA vs SMU 12) Fla. Atlantic, FAU vs TROY
13) Ross Gornall, FAU vs TROY 13) Troy, TROY @ FAU
14) Kevin Goessling, FRST vs ILL 14) USC, USC @ UCLA
15) Trey Farquhar, IDAH vs SJST 15) UCLA, UCLA vs USC
16) Alex Henery, NEB vs OKLA 16) Washington St, WAST vs WASH
17) Chris Hazley, VATC vs FSU 17) Nevada, NEV @ LATC
18) Rob Beard, ORE @ ORST 18) Northern Ill, NIU vs MIOH
19) Erik Folk, WASH @ WAST 19) South Fla, SOFL vs UCONN
20) Trevor Cook, MIOH vs NIU 20) Connecticut, UCONN @ SOFL
21) Alan Gendreau, MDTN @ FIU 21) Nebraska, NEB vs OKLA
22) Dustin Hopkins, FSU vs VATC 22) Florida St, FSU vs VATC
23) Jake Rogers, CIN vs PITT 23) Virginia Tech, VATC vs FSU
24) Thomas Weber, AZST @ ARZ 24) UCF, CFLA vs SMU
25) Matt Nelson, LATC vs NEV 25) South Carolina, SOCAR vs AUB
26) Matt Sims, NIU vs MIOH 26) Arizona St, AZST @ ARZ
27) Harrison Waid, SJST @ IDAH 27) Washington, WASH @ WAST
28) Matt Szymanski, SMU @ CFLA 28) San Jose St, SJST @ IDAH
29) Justin Kahut, ORST vs ORE 29) Auburn, AUB vs SOCAR
30) Wes Byrum, AUB vs SOCAR 30) Rutgers, RUT @ WVU


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 14

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 14
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The fourteenth and final week of the college football season is here and there may be some owners looking for some under the radar fantasy options. With a short slate of games this week, we will keep it short and sweet. Check out who we think could fill in nicely for fantasy teams in Week 14.


Nathan Scheelhaase QB Illinois vs. Fresno State: Scheelhaase has been a big part of the offensive revival the Illini has gone through this season. We like his chances to be successful this week against a suspect Fresno State defense. This game could easily be a high scoring affair and this kid could be a big part of the show.

Jordan La Secla QB San Jose State vs. Idaho: La Secla has been hot as of late averaging 326 yards passing per game and 11 passing touchdowns over his past four contests. He could have another solid outing this week against the Vandals and their 76th ranked pass defense. Another 300-yard game and a couple of scores seem just about right this week.

Running Backs

Chris Thompson RB Florida State vs. Virginia Tech: Thompson looks to be the main ball carrier this week as both Jermaine Thomas and Ty Jones appear to be out of action against Virginia Tech. The Hokies have been susceptible to the run this year and Thompson has shown some flashes of brilliance albeit sporadically. He probably won’t put up huge numbers, but something in the range of 75-100 yards and maybe a score seem attainable.

Alfred Morris RB Florida Atlantic vs. Troy: Morris has been a bit disappointing this season for fantasy owners, but looks to be primed for a big game this week against Troy. Morris receives just over 19 carries per game and could see even more against the Trojans 89th ranked rush defense. A 100 yards and a score sound about right to us.

Latavius Murray RB Central Florida vs. SMU:  Murray looks to have planted himself atop the RB depth chart with his past two games in which he averaged 110 yards rushing per game and 3 rushing touchdowns. This bruiser could have another nice outing against an average SMU defense. We are thinking he will find his way to the end zone for the 3rd straight game.

Wide Receivers

Rishard Matthews WR Nevada vs. Louisiana Tech:  Matthews was an absolute monster last week in the upset win over Boise State. He had 216 combined rushing and receiving yards to go along with 2 total scores. He could have another field day this week against an awful La Tech pass defense that ranks 117th in the country and gives up just over 300 yards per game. Look for another big stat line from Matthews this Saturday. 

Tavon Austin WR West Virginia vs. Rutgers: Austin has multiple touchdown games in 2 of his past 3 contests and looks to improve upon that this week against Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights have not been able to stop anybody of late and could provide little resistance to the Mountaineers this week. It seems highly likely that Austin could find his way to pay dirt once again in Week 14.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Northern Illinois vs. Miami Ohio
West Virginia vs. Rutgers
UCONN vs. South Florida

There you have it everyone, enjoy this week’s action and always remember to have fun playing college fantasy football. Good luck in the Championships!


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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Week 14 Player Rankings


Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Bryant Moniz HAWAII 1 LaMichael James OREG 1 Greg Salas HAW
2 Cameron Newton AUB 2 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 2 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
3 Colin Kaepernick NEV 3 Vai Taua NEV 3 Kealoha Pilares HAW
4 Darron Thomas OREG 4 Doug Martin BOISE 4 Ryan Broyles OU
5 Kellen Moore BOISE 5 Mikel LeShoure ILLINI 5 Aldrick Robinson SMU
6 Jeffrey Godfrey UCF 6 Jordan Todman CONN 6 Juron Criner ARIZ
7 Chandler Harnish NIU 7 Chad Spann NIU 7 TY Hilton FIU
8 Kyle Padron SMU 8 Zach Line SMU 8 Jeffrey Maehl OREG
9 Landry Jones OU 9 DeMarco Murray OU 9 Titus Young BOISE
10 Dwight Dasher MTSU 10 Jacquizz Rodgers OREGST 10 Rishard Mathews NEV
11 Geno Smith WVU 11 Lennon Creer LTECH 11 Lester Jean FAU
12 Nick Foles ARIZ 12 Darriet Perry FIU 12 Austin Pettis BOISE
13 Zach Collaros CINC 13 Alex Green HAWAII 13 Jon Baldwin PITT
14 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 14 Latavius Murray UCF 14 Armon Binns CINC
15 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 15 Dion Lewis PITT 15 Cole Beasley SMU
16 Jordan La Secia SJSU 16 Ryan Williams VTECH 16 DJ Woods CINC
17 Jake Locker WASH 17 Thomas Merriweather MIA-OH 17 Nick Harwell MIA-OH
18 Brock Osweiler AZST 18 Chris Polk WASH 18 Jerrel Jernigan TROY
19 Stephen Garcia SCAR 19 Robbie Rouse FRESNO 19 Jermaine Kearse WASH
20 Nathan Scheelhaase ILLINI 20 Keola Antolin ARIZ 20 Markus Wheaton OREGST
21 Corey Robinson TROY 21 Isaiah Pead CINN 21 Jock Sanders WVU
22 Jeff Van Camp FAU 22 Phillip Tanner MTSU 22 AJ Jenkins ILLINI
23 Wesley Carroll FIU 23 Roy Helu NEB 23 Jalal Beauchman SJSU
24 Diondre Borel UTAHST 24 David Wilson VTECH 24 Tavon Austin WVU
25 Austin Boucher MIAOH 25 Cameron Marshall ARIZST 25 Jamel Hamler FRESNO
26 Omar Clayton UNLV 26 Jonathan Franklin UCLA 26 Mark Harrison RUT
27 Ryan Katz OREGST 27 Rex Burkhead NEB 27 Kenny Stills OU
28 Toni Sunseri PITT 28 Tim Cornett UNLV 28 Robert Woods USC
29 Chas Dodd RUT 29 Jordan Thomas RUT 29 Justin Veltung IDAHO
30 Christian Ponder FSU 30 Ryan Clarke WVU 30 Jeremy Deering RUT
31 Ross Jenkins LTECH 31 Noel Devine WVU 31 Jamar Newsome UCF
32 B.J. Daniels USF 32 Moise Plancher USF 32 Kerry Taylor AZST
33 Jeff Tuel WAZZU 33 Raymond Graham PITT 33 Ronald Johnson USC
34 Ryan Cobourn FRESNO 34 Chris Thompson FSU 34 Taylor Embree UCLA
35 Richard Brehaut UCLA 35 Derrvin Speight UTAHST 35 Nathan Palmer NIU
36 Cody Green NEB 36 Jeremy Avery BOISE 36 Armand Robinson MIA-OH
37 Zach Frazer CONN 37 Darrian Mallary FIU 37 Josh Huff ORE
38 Taylor Martinez (INJ) NEB 38 Alfred Morris FAU 38 Eric Greenwood IDAHO
39 Matt Barkley (INJ) USC 39 Kenjon Barner OREG 39 Cameron Kenney OU
40 Nicolas Grigsby ARIZ 40 Niles Paul NEB
41 Shawn Southward TROY 41 Mohamed Sanu RUT
42 Ronnie Weaver UCF 42 Nelson Rosario UCLA
43 Onterrio McCalebb AUB 43 Jarrett Boykin VTECH
44 Deantre Lewis ARIZST 44 Darius Johnson SMU
45 Shawne Alston WVU 45 Jalan Saunders FRESNO
46 Jermaine Thomas FSU 46 Darvin Adams AUB
47 Michael Dyer AUB 47 Tyler Shoemaker BOISE
48 Stanley Havili USC 48 Dontavia Bogan USF
49 Remene Alston ORE 49 Jared Karstetter WAZZU
50 Derrick Coleman UCLA 50 Andrew Cruse MIA-OH
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Team
1 Rob Housler FAU 1 Scott Enos HAW 1 Boise State
2 David Paulson OREG 2 Michael Cklamovski NIU 2 N. Illinois
3 Ryan Otten SJSU 3 Rob Beard OREG 3 Oregon
4 Kyler Reed NEB 4 Wes Byrum AUB 4 West Virginia
5 Joe Halahuni OREGST 5 Chris Hazley VTECH 5 Virginia Tech
6 James Hanna OU 6 Derek Dimke ILLINI 6 Connecticut  
7 Virgil Green NEV 7 Anthony Martinez NEV 7 UCF  
8 Philip Lutzenkirchen AUB 8 Kai Forbath UCLA 8 Hawaii  
9 Andre Smith VTECH 9 Dan Hutchins PITT 9 Nebraska
10 Ben Guidugli CINC 10 Matt Szymanski SMU 10 Oklahoma
11 Kyle Efaw BOISE 11 Alex Henery NEB 11 Pittsburgh
12 DC Jefferson RUT 12 Tyler Bitancurt WVU 12 Auburn
13 Ryan Griffin CONN 13 Dave Teggart CONN 13 Illinois
14 Rhett Ellison USC 14 Kevin Goessling FRESNO 14 South Carolina
15 Chris Isbicki WASH 15 Nick Cattoi UCF 15 Arizona
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Scoring System Used for CFG Rankings:
4 points per passing touchdown
6 points per rushing/receiving touchdown
25 passing yards = 1 point
10 rushing/receiving yards = 1 point
1 interception = -2 point
1 reception = 0.5 points