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Quinton Flowers, QB, USF: Flowers was mentioned last week, and he turned in a four-touchdown performance despite completing just nine passes in a little more than one half before being pulled from the game due to his team's large lead. In the final week of the regular season, Flowers will face a UCF defense that has been shredded by opponent passing games, allowing quarterbacks to post 166.61 passer efficiency rating this season. And don't forget Flowers is also capable of boosting his total by making plays with his legs, as he has eight rushing touchdowns this season.
Doroland Dorceus, RB, Memphis: It's always hard to recommend a player on Memphis, despite the the Tigers ranking 11th in total offense, because of the team's ability to spread the ball around in both the passing and the rushing games. But this week Dorceus, who averaged 17.4 carries per game in his last five games, faces an SMU defense allowing 267.2 yards per game on the ground this year. He's the safest bet in what should be a good matchup for the Tigers offense.
Brandon Radcliff, RB, Louisville: Radcliff had a tough outing against Pittsburgh, rushing for negative yardage on seven attempts, but before that game he had his two best outings of the season by topping 100 yards against Syracuse and Virginia. His final opponent of the regular season, in-state rival Kentucky, ranks 89th in rush yards allowed this season.
Cam Phillips, WR, Virginia Tech: