Daily Blog •November 17, 2011

Erik Kuselias has been one of the leading Fantasy Football experts in the nation for over a decade. Most notably, while at ESPN (2003-2010) Kuselias was asked to create, host and lead ESPN’s first season long Fantasy football show “Fantasy Football Now.’ In its first season, the show was nominated and won ESPN’s First Fantasy Emmy, claiming honors for Outstanding New Show. With Kuselias, the show moved from an ESPN.com venture over to television garnering huge ratings on ESPN2, and “Fantasy Football Now” became one of the leading shows anywhere on fantasy football.

In 2011, Kuselias signed on with The Golf Channel to host “Morning Drive,” a daily talk show that covers golf as well as other sports. The show debuted on January 3, and can be seen from 7-9 AM ET.

This past year I was pleased to have Erik write my Fantasy Football Guide in this year's Pro Football Preview. Today I am going to give you Erik's Fantasy Rankings for Week 9.

Erik Kuselias' NFL Fantasy Rankings Week 11

Quarterbacks Running Backs Wide Receivers
Rank Name Rank Name Rank Name
1 Aaron Rodgers 1 Adrian Peterson 1 Calvin Johnson
2 Tom Brady 2 LeSean McCoy 2 Greg Jennings
3 Cam Newton 3 Ray Rice 3 Larry Fitzgerald
4 Matthew Stafford 4 Maurice Jones-Drew 4 Dez Bryant
5 Tony Romo 5 Matt Forte 5 Wes Welker
6 Eli Manning 6 Michael Turner 6 Steve Smith (CAR)
7 Matt Ryan 7 Fred Jackson 7 Brandon Marshall
8 Carson Palmer 8 DeMarco Murray 8 Roddy White
9 Philip Rivers 9 Steven Jackson 9 Hakeem Nicks
10 Tim Tebow 10 Frank Gore 10 Dwayne Bowe
11 Jay Cutler 11 Michael Bush 11 Brandon Lloyd
12 Mark Sanchez 12 Chris Johnson 12 Jordy Nelson
13 Josh Freeman 13 Shonn Greene 13 Vincent Jackson
14 Ryan Fitzpatrick 14 Ryan Mathews 14 DeSean Jackson
15 Matt Hasselbeck 15 Marshawn Lynch 15 Steve Johnson
16 Joe Flacco 16 Brandon Jacobs 16 Anquan Boldin
17 Alex Smith 17 James Starks 17 Santonio Holmes
18 Vince Young 18 Reggie Bush 18 Mario Manningham
19 Tarvaris Jackson 19 Willis McGahee 19 Denarius Moore
20 Sam Bradford 20 Cedric Benson 20 Sidney Rice
21 John Skelton 21 Jonathan Stewart 21 Laurent Robinson
22 Andy Dalton 22 Beanie Wells 22 AJ Green
23 Matt Moore 23 LeGarrette Blount 23 Plaxico Burress
24 Christian Ponder 24 Maurice Morris 24 Percy Harvin
25 Mike Tolbert 25 Victor Cruz
Tight Ends 26 Jackie Battle 26 Mike Williams (TB)
Rank Name 27 Lance Ball 27 Michael Crabtree
1 Rob Gronkowski 28 BenJarvus Green-Ellis 28 Deion Branch
2 Antonio Gates 29 Chris Ogbonnaya 29 Earl Bennett
3 Jason Witten 30 Daniel Thomas 30 Eric Decker
4 Jermichael Finley 31 Roy Helu 31 Steve Breaston
5 Tony Gonzalez 32 DeAngelo Williams 32 Vincent Brown
6 Vernon Davis 33 Marion Barber 33 Greg Little
7 Aaron Hernandez 34 Felix Jones 34 Early Doucet
8 Fred Davis 35 Kendall Hunter 35 Damian Williams
9 Brandon Pettigrew 36 Ryan Torain 36 Nate Washington
10 Greg Olsen 37 Danny Woodhead 37 Torrey Smith
11 Jake Ballard 38 Dexter McCluster 38 David Nelson
12 Kellen Winslow 39 Joe McKnight 39 Jabar Gaffney
13 Brent Celek 40 Ryan Grant 40 Harry Douglas
14 Jermaine Gresham 41 Kregg Lumpkin 41 Darrius Heyward-Bey
15 Benjamin Watson 42 DJ Ware 42 James Jones
16 Dustin Keller 43 Bernard Scott 43 Devin Hester
17 Scott Chandler 44 Javon Ringer 44 Doug Baldwin
18 Visanthe Shiancoe 45 Ricky Williams 45 Jon Baldwin
19 Ed Dickson 46 Kevin Smith 46 Titus Young
20 Jared Cook 47 John Kuhn 47 Nate Burleson
21 Anthony Fasano 48 Stevan Ridley 48 Steve Smith (PHI)
22 Jeremy Shockey 49 Tashard Choice 49 Michael Jenkins
23 Tony Scheffler 50 Jacquizz Rodgers 50 Jerome Simpson
24 Kevin Boss Defenses
25 Marcedes Lewis Rank Name
Kickers 1 San Francisco
Rank Name 2 Baltimore
1 Jason Hanson 3 NY Jets
2 David Akers 4 Chicago
3 Dan Bailey 5 Green Bay
4 Mason Crosby 6 Jacksonville
5 Stephen Gostowski 7 Dallas
6 Robbie Gould 8 Detroit
7 Sebastian Janikowski 9 NY Giants
8 Billy Cundiff 10 New England
9 Nick Novak 11 Cincinnati
10 Matt Bryant 12 Cleveland
11 Rob Bironas 13 St Louis Rams
12 Nick Folk 14 Philadelphia
13 Alex Henery 15 Atlanta
14 Mike Nugent 16 Seattle
15 Dan Carpenter 17 Miami
16 Steven Hauschka 18 Tennessee
17 Josh Scobee 19 San Diego
18 Connor Barth 20 Oakland
19 Olindo Mare 21 Minnesota
20 Lawrence Tynes 22 Denver
23 Buffalo
24 Washington
25 Arizona
26 Carolina
27 Kansas City
28 Tampa Bay


Surprise College Fantasy Players of the Week

Two years ago 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 I am pleased that I finished my first year at a very successful 83-29-7 (74%). Last year I had another successful year with a winning week every week and an overal 103-45-17 (70%) record.

This year I will again be giving you the surprise fantasy picks each and every week in my Thursday daily blog and here are my picks for Week 10. Keep in mind you will not find players like Andrew Luck, Denard Robinson, LaMichael James or Justin Blackmon in my picks. These are strictly surprise picks of players who are flying under the radar. Last week I went 9-1 which was my best performance of the season! I am currently 68-34-10 (67%) on the picks so far this season and the last 5 weeks I am 38-11-1 (78%).


My QB’s of the Week: Dan Persa, Northwestern and Ryan Aplin, Arkansas St

Dan Persa, Northwestern- A healthy Persa is off of a 372 yard, 4 TD performance a week ago against Rice and is a must use this week against a poor Minnesota secondary that is ranked #116 in my pass efficiency def rankings. My computer is calling for the Wildcats to surpass the 500 yd mark this week including 300+ in the air and I fully agree.

Ryan Aplin, Arkansas St- Aplin has been a solid dual-threat QB (leads team in rushing and passing) for the Red Wolves this year as they control their own destiny atop of the Sun Belt. When diagnosing Aplin’s season I noticed that he has posted 290+ total yards in 7 consecutive games with 17 TD’s (pass/rush) in that span. ASU gets another favorable matchup this weekend against a Middle Tennessee defense allowing 477 ypg at home in 2011.


My RB’s of the week are: Cameron Marshall, Arizona St, Branden Oliver, Buffalo and Brandon Pendergrass, Wake Forest

Cameron Marshall, Arizona St- After being stymied for just 37 rush yards a week ago against Washington St (lowest since opener), Marshall is due to for another breakout performance this week against Arizona. The Wildcats are allowing 180 ypg rushing on the season and we benefited from those porous stats a week ago while using Colorado RB Rodney Stewart who had 181 yards and 3 TD’s despite being limited in the first half with a knee injury. Expect Marshall to surpass the 100 yard mark for the 4th time this season here while adding on to his already league-leading 14 rushing TD’s,

Branden Oliver, Buffalo- You are probably wondering why we would use a RB from a terrible 2-8 MAC team in our fantasy lineup this week. After analyzing the type of year that Oliver has put up and his matchup in front of him, there was no question that this looks promising. Oliver broke the 1,000 yard plateau a week ago against Eastern Michigan with his sixth 100 yard game of the season while contributing 36% of the Bulls offense in 2011. Akron comes to town this week allowing 407 ypg vs conf opponents this year and with my computers estimating Buffalo with 430+ yds, Oliver should deliver.

Brandon Pendergrass, Wake Forest- What has Brandon Pendergrass put up since the injury to Josh Harris 5 games ago? How about 403 of his 551 rushing yards on the season including 134 a week ago against a Clemson squad that came into the matchup allowing just 85 rush ypg at home vs conference opponents. Pendergrass is set up for another monster game here against a Maryland defense that has surrendered 256 ypg on the ground over their last 8 games.


My WR’s of the week are: Jeremy Ebert, Northwestern and Rishard Matthews, Nevada

Jeremy Ebert, Northwestern- When you have a healthy Dan Persa you usually have a productive Jeremy Ebert as well and if last week’s 208 yard receiving performance is a glimpse of the rest of the year to come, then we should be in good shape here. Ebert has pushed past the 100 yard mark in 4 of the last 5 games and as mentioned in Persa’s writeup, gets a favorable matchup against a poor Minnesota defense this weekend.

Rishard Matthews, Nevada- Big game for Nevada this week as they continue to march for the WAC Title. The Pack’s biggest weapon in the passing game this season is Matthews who has surpassed the 100 yard receiving mark on 5 occasions in 2011 and is just 42 yards away from the 1,000 yard mark. My computer projections have Nevada putting up 303 yds in the air against La Tech on Saturday which should feature a good dose of Mr. Matthews.


My Top Defenses of the Week: Notre Dame, Air Force and Georgia

Notre Dame vs Boston College- The Eagles come into South Bend with some major offensive questions as despite a 404 yard performance against a poor Maryland defense, BC has mustered up just 248 ypg against Clemson, Va Tech, Florida St and NC State. My computer is calling for BC to put up just 203 yds here and I fully agree with that projection.

Air Force vs UNLV- Here’s my scenario with choosing the Falcons defense here: A few weeks ago Air Force surrendered just 223 total yards in a 42-0 win over New Mexico. The Lobos then took home their first win of the season a week ago against UNLV who now heads to Colorado Springs with their tail between their legs as they average just 229 yards away from home and are now making a 2nd consecutive road trip. 

Georgia vs Kentucky- The Bulldogs have allowed 269 ypg or less in 6 of their L/8 games including just 196 against Auburn a week ago. The biggest factor in taking Georgia here is what Kentucky has done on the SEC road this year. How about mustering up just 462 yards total in 3 games this season or 154 ypg!!! Take the Dawgs here as they take a bite out of the powerless Cats.


Tennessee over Vanderbilt

The Vols are 12-1 vs the Commodores. LY UT dominated early jumping out to a 14-0 lead and appeared on their way to a rout but only won 24-10. LW the Vols were thrashed by Ark 49-7! It was true frosh Worley’s first career road start and he had a decent outing throwing for 208 yds (52%) but did have a costly int in the RZ just before HT and the rout was on in the 2H. The big question here will be if QB Bray (out L/5 gms w/broken thumb) will be able to go as he avg’d 316 ypg (66%) with a 14-2 ratio before the inj. Vandy continued their impressive ssn under 1st-yr HC Franklin with a dominating 38-8 (-13’) win over UK (largest margin in SEC win S/’71) as they outgained the Wildcats 410-211. QB Rodgers has been great and after completing just 40% of his passes in his 1st 2 gms w/significant action is avg 248 (60%) with a 5-1 ratio the L/3 gms. Vandy’s improved play TY and UT’s struggles will make this the first time UT will be a underdog at home and Tennessee is 19-1 the last 20 home finales. Both tms need a win if they want to go to the postssn and the series edges favor UT.


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 12

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 12
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The 12th week of the college fantasy season is upon us and with it comes the second week of the playoffs in many leagues. Here is a look at some players who might fill in nicely for owners in need of a potential diamond in the rough for the second week of the fantasy playoffs.
Alex Gillett QB Eastern Michigan vs. Kent State:
Gillett had been having a disappointing fantasy season until that past two weeks, when he tallied 645 total yards and eight passing touchdowns. He seems to be turning it on at just the right time and could be a nice play this week against Kent State. Gillett does come with some risk, but the reward could be big for fantasy owners in the playoffs.
Tyler Tettleton QB Ohio vs. Bowling Green:
Tettleton has been a pleasant surprise to fantasy owners this season. He has accounted for 29 total scores on the season and has been consistent from week to week. This sophomore could find more success this week in a match up with Bowling Green. He seems like a decent bet to put up around 300 total yards and a couple of scores in Week 12.  
Blake Bortles QB Central Florida vs. East Carolina:
Bortles appears to have wrestled the starting job away from Jeff Godfrey with his recent play. He played the entire second half last week against a tough Southern Miss defense and responded with almost 250 yards passing and two scores. Assuming he is the starter this week, Bortles could put up some nice numbers against East Carolina.
Connor Halliday QB Washington State vs. Utah:
This freshman came on in relief duty last week against Arizona State and went absolutely ballistic. He threw for 494 yards and four touchdowns against a usually tough Sun Devils defense. Halliday looked poised beyond his years and could be the future of Washington State football. It is unsure whether he will start this week or not, but he would make a nice option against Utah if so. Monitor the situation throughout the week to see what is going on and don’t be afraid to pull the trigger if Halliday is the starting QB in Week 12.
Brandon Pendergrass RB Wake Forest vs. Maryland:

Pendergrass has quietly produced 280 yards and four rushing touchdowns over the past three games for Wake Forest. His match up this week against Maryland is the stuff of which legends are made. The Terrapins can’t stop a wet paper bag, allowing over 230 yards per game on the ground and ranking 114th in the country. This Demon Deacon seems likely to post over 100 yards rushing and also find the end zone on a couple of occasions this week.
Kendial Lawrence RB Missouri vs. Texas Tech:
Lawrence stepped in for an injured Henry Josey last week against Texas and proceeded to churn out 106 yards and a touchdown on the ground. He looks to be the lead back now and has a tasty match up this week against Texas Tech. The Red Raiders are abysmal at stopping the run and give up over 240 yards per game on average. He could be a huge boom this week and could easily top the 100 yard mark and score at least once.  
Le’Veon Bell RB Michigan State vs. Indiana:
Bell has had a more predominate role in the offense the past two weeks and has responded with 108 yards per game and three rushing touchdowns over that span. He could be in store for a monumental performance this week against a pathetic Indiana rush defense that yields over 245 yards per game. Bell could score two or three touchdowns this week without even breaking a sweat. Ride this Spartan in Week 12.
Dionza Bradford RB UNLV vs. Air Force:
This freshman has taken over the UNLV backfield and has gone over 100 yards in three of the past four contests. He is getting a steady dose of carries and proving to be pretty consistent. Bradford could have a field day with an Air Force rush defense that struggles in a big way, ranking 111th in the nation. Look for Bradford to go over 100 yards once again and likely add at least one score.
Gerell Robinson WR Arizona State vs. Arizona:
Robinson has gone over 100 yards receiving in four of his last five games, including a 158 yard effort last week versus Washington State. He is the main target in an ever improving passing game and should finish the season strong. His match up this week is very enticing as Arizona is a sieve defensively, ranking 107th in the country against the pass. Fantasy owners could be smiling ear to ear after watching Robinson perform this week.
Jeremiah Ostrowski WR Hawaii vs. Fresno State:
Ostrowski has really stepped up the past two weeks with Royce Pollard being lost to injury. He has 16 receptions for 209 yards and two scores in those two games. While the loss of starting quarterback Bryant Moniz will hurt badly, Hawaii will still continue to throw the ball often; so Ostrowski can still be productive. The Fresno State pass defense has been very bad this year and will likely have a hard time stopping Ostrowski and the Hawaii pass offense.   
Titus Davis WR Central Michigan vs. Toledo:
Davis has been great while filling in for the injured Cody Wilson the past two weeks. He has 302 yards and four touchdowns over that span and is one of the hottest wide outs in all of college fantasy football. Davis could excel again this week facing a Toledo defense that seemingly gets gauged every week. This could be another high scoring game, with both offenses having their way with things. The chances of Davis going over 100 yards for the third week in a row seem very, very good.
Malcolm Mitchell WR Georgia vs. Kentucky:
This freshman leads Georgia in receiving yards and that includes missing the past three games due to injury. He returned last week against Auburn and posted 85 yards and a score. Mitchell could find more success this week against a Kentucky secondary that may not be able to handle his big play ability. Look for another impressive outing from this stud freshman this week.
Jack Doyle TE Western Kentucky vs. North Texas:

Doyle catches a decent numbers of passes per game for the TE position, but he has yet to find the end zone this season. That could change this week against a North Texas secondary that gives up 287 yards passing per game and 23 touchdowns on the season. He is worth a shot this week.  
Sneaky D’s:
Arizona State vs. Arizona
Utah State vs. Idaho
Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee
Wyoming vs. New Mexico
Wake Forest vs. Maryland
Florida vs. Furman
Auburn vs. Samford
Southern Miss vs. UAB
There you have it everyone, enjoy this week’s action and always remember to have fun playing college fantasy football. Good luck this week!


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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Week 12 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Landry Jones OKLA 1 Cyrus Gray TXAM 1 Justin Blackmon OKST
2 Case Keenum HOU 2 Adonis Thomas TOLE 2 Mohamed Sanu RUTG
3 Brandon Weeden OKST 3 LaMichael James ORE 3 Kenny Stills OKLA
4 Austin Davis SMIS 4 Montee Ball WISC 4 Marquess Wilson WAZZ
5 James Franklin MIZZ 5 Bobby Rainey WKU 5 Jalen Saunders FRES
6 Robert Griffin III BAY 6 Trent Richardson ALAB 6 Jeremy Ebert NW
7 Andrew Luck STAN 7 Marcus Coker IOWA 7 Patrick Edwards HOU
8 Ryan Tannehill TXAM 8 Chris Polk WASH 8 Eric Page TOLE
9 Ryan Aplin ARKS 9 Orleans Darkwa TULN 9 T.Y. Hilton FIU
10 Dan Persa NW 10 Joseph Randle OKST 10 Jaz Reynolds OKLA
11 Brock Osweiler AZST 11 Cameron Marshall AZST 11 Ryan Swope TXAM
12 Cody Fajardo NEV 12 John White IV UTAH 12 Marqise Lee USC
13 G.J. Kinne TULS 13 Charles Sims HOU 13 Rishard Matthews NEV
14 Derek Carr FRES 14 Michael Dyer AUB 14 Chris Givens WAKE
15 Matt Barkley USC 15 Roy Finch OKLA 15 Juron Criner ARIZ
16 Collin Klein KANS 16 Stepfan Taylor STAN 16 Robert Woods USC
17 Ryan Radcliff CMIC 17 Robert Turbin UTST 17 Titus Davis CMIC
18 Nick Foles ARIZ 18 Kendial Lawrence MIZZ 18 Keenan Allen CAL
19 Logan Thomas VTEC 19 Zach Line SMU 19 Cole Beasley SMU
20 Darron Thomas ORE 20 Brandon Wilds SCAR 20 Cody Hoffman BYU
21 Kellen Moore BOIS 21 Branden Oliver BUFF 21 Jeremiah Ostrowski HAW
22 Tajh Boyd CLEM 22 Robbie Rouse FRES 22 Gerell Robinson AZST
23 Brett Smith WYOM 23 Rodney Stewart COLO 23 Marvin McNutt Jr. IOWA
24 Keith Price WASH 24 Kenny Turner NMST 24 Michael Floyd ND
25 Seth Doege TTCH 25 Andre Ellington CLEM 25 Darius Johnson SMU
26 Dominique Davis ECAR 26 Ronnie Hillman SDST 26 Jarius Wright ARK
27 Russell Wilson WISC 27 Brandon Pendergrass WAKE 27 Rueben Randle LSU
28 Aaron Murray GEOR 28 Le'Veon Bell MCST 28 Kendall Wright BAY
29 Denard Robinson MICH 29 De'Anthony Thomas ORE 29 Da'Rick Rogers TENN
30 Connor Shaw SCAR 30 Zac Stacy VAND 30 B.J. Cunningham MCST
31 E.J. Manuel FSU 31 Eddie Lacy ALAB 31 Griff Whalen STAN
32 Kriss Proctor NAVY 32 Tyler Smith RICE 32 Tevin Reese BAY
33 Tevin Washington GTEC 33 Michael Hayes HOU 33 Terrence Williams BAY
34 Kain Colter NW 34 Lamar Miller MIAF 34 Alshon Jeffery SCAR
35 Jake Heaps BYU 35 David Wilson VTEC 35 Josh Boyce TCU
36 Chris Coyer TEMP 36 Alfred Morris FAU 36 Tyler Shoemaker BOIS
37 Taylor Martinez NEB 37 Chris Rainey FLOR 37 Noel Grigsby SJOS
38 Connor Halliday WAZZ 38 Morgan Williams TOLE 38 Jeff Fuller TXAM
39 B.J. Daniels USF 39 Rex Burkhead NEB 39 Quinton Patton LTEC
40 Jonathan Perry UAB 40 Doug Martin BOIS 40 Kelvin Bolden SMIS
41 Munchie Legaux CIN 41 Isaiah Pead CIN 41 Dwight Jones UNC
42 Braxton Miller OHST 42 Isi Sofele CAL 42 Dwayne Frampton ARKS
43 Tim Jefferson Jr AFA 43 Jonas Gray ND 43 Sammy Watkins CLEM
44 Jordan Rodgers VAND 44 Brandon Rutley SJOS 44 Nick Toon WISC
45 Sean Mannion ORST 45 Daniel Herron OHST 45 Da'Jon McKnight MINN
46 Matt Christian NMST 46 Kedrick Rhodes FIU 46 Tommy Streeter MIAF
47 A.J. McCarron ALAB 47 James Hamilton NTEX 47 Ryan Balentine SMIS
48 Corey Robinson TROY 48 Spencer Ware LSU 48 Justin Hardy ECAR
49 Kirk Cousins MCST 49 D.J. Harper BOIS 49 Billy Ray Stutzmann HAW
50 Shane Austin HAW 50 Willie Carter TULS 50 Tyron Carrier HOU
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Team
1 Coby Fleener STAN 1 Dustin Hopkins FSU 1 Alabama
2 Michael Egnew MIZZ 2 Danny Hrapmann SMIS 2 Florida
3 Tyler Eifert ND 3 Quinn Sharp OKST 3 South Carolina
4 Orson Charles GEOR 4 Philip Welch WISC 4 Auburn
5 Ryan Otten SJOS 5 Randy Bullock TXAM 5 LSU
6 Dwayne Allen CLEM 6 Matt Hogan HOU 6 Southern Mississippi  
7 Vance McDonald RICE 7 Caleb Sturgis FLOR 7 Texas A&M  
8 David Blackburn CMIC 8 Michael Hunnicutt OKLA 8 Michigan State  
9 Philip Lutzenkirchen AUB 9 Blair Walsh GEOR 9 Florida State
10 Gavin Escobar SDST 10 Dan Conroy MCST 10 Georgia
11 Jacob Pederson WISC 11 Zach Hocker ARK 11 Oklahoma
12 Joseph Fauria UCLA 12 Jeremy Shelley ALAB 12 TCU
13 Austin Seferian-Jenkins WASH 13 Justin Tucker TEX 13 Oklahoma State
14 Drake Dunsmore NW 14 Dave Teggart CONN 14 Stanford
15 Jordan Reed FLOR 15 Jay Wooten SCAR 15 Boise State
16 Levine Toilolo STAN 16 Drew Alleman LSU 16 Oregon
17 Josh Chichester LOUI 17 David Ruffer ND 17 Virginia Tech
18 Jack Doyle WKU 18 Alex Garoutte AZST 18 Ohio State
19 James Hanna OKLA 19 Brandon McManus TEMP 19 Penn State
20 Ryan Deehan COLO 20 Brett Maher NEB 20 BYU
21 Ryan Hewitt STAN 21 Mike Meyer IOWA 21 Nebraska
22 Trey Millard OKLA 22 San San Te RUTG 22 Iowa
23 Clay Sears TULS 23 Drew Basil OHST 23 Tulsa
24 David Paulson ORE 24 Carson Wiggs PURD 24 Notre Dame
25 Cooper Helfet DUKE 25 Cody Journell VTEC 25 Wisconsin
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