This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
Welcome to Week 10 of our Start vs. Sit series as we move into the home stretch of the regular season. The committee just released the first batch of Playoff rankings, and they'll immediately be put to the test with a number of huge games. LSU plays host to Alabama in what figures to be the best game in that series since 2011 and Michigan plays host to a Penn State team that can compete with anyone but has been inconsistent this season. Looking elsewhere, the SEC East will be decided in Lexington on Saturday night, just as we all expected, and Texas will take on West Virginia for the right to get stomped by Oklahoma in the Big 12 championship. Let's jump into a big time Week 10 slate with this round of start/sit picks.
PLAYERS TO START
Shamari Brooks, RB, Tulsa (vs. Connecticut)
Brooks has combined for just 148 yards on 38 attempts in his last two games, including a 57-yard outing against Tulane. A matchup against Connecticut should cure what ails him, however. Connecticut ranks 128th against the run in S&P+ and has surrendered a laughable 29 rushing touchdowns in eight games. Brooks should be able to get himself back in the end zone and back above the 100-yard mark on Saturday.