This article is part of our College Football DFS: Night Slate series.
Arkansas @ Mississippi State (-17) O/U: 69.5
Auburn @ Georgia(-6.5) O/U: 45
Oklahoma@ Iowa State(+7) O/U: 63.5
Tulsa @ UCF(-21.5) O/U: 72
LSU @ Vanderbilt (+21) O/U: 50.5
Virginia @ Clemson (-28) O/U: 55
At first glance, Vegas likes the TUL/UCF and ARK/MST contests in terms of production, and at least in the case of UCF and Mississippi State, I'm inclined to agree. Oklahoma/Iowa State gives us a narrow spread with a high O/U total, which is the combination we look for in fantasy game selection. As for Clemson, it should handle Virginia with ease, but after licking their wounds from a beatdown in the ACC Championship last season, the Wahoos are going to do enough to keep Clemson's starters on the field for three quarters, which heightens their usually questionable value.
Trevor Lawrence, Clemson (DK $8,800, FD $10,000) vs. Virginia
Clemson's starters are a bonafide cash register of fantasy coin when it comes to a guaranteed floor, and I think we will see their highest totals yet. Like any other blowout-prone game, the favorite usually has its own specific form of volatility - the bench, and how soon the starters will ride it. Virginia is supremely motivated to improve on last year's blowout loss in the ACC Championship, and they genuinely feel they can make this game competitive. Brennan Armstrong looked great against Duke, and he has enough weapons at his disposal to give Clemson's defense their toughest test to date. It's all about