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October 30, 2013
Start vs. Sit: Who to Play, Who to Bench Week 10
Rakeem Cato and the Marshall passing game have not lived up to tall expectations this season, but they could get back on track this week against Southern Mississippi.
October 10, 2013
Position Units: Strong Plays for Week 7
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch gashes defenses weekly, but against a weak Akron defense, the passing game should really go off.
August 12, 2013
Conference USA Fantasy Preview: Cato the Elder
Rakeem Cato threw for more than 4,000 yards and nearly 40 touchdowns last season for the Thundering Herd. What can he do for an encore this season?
June 18, 2013
College Football Draft Kit: Running Back Rankings
Ka'Deem Carey might not match his breakout 2012 season, but he's an easy bet for the top spot among running backs.
December 14, 2012
Bowl Game Fantasy Rankings: Player Rankings for the 2013 Bowls
Collin Klein hopes to use his arm and his legs to topple Oregon in the Fiesta Bowl.
December 12, 2012
Bowl Game Pick 'Em: Picking with Confidence Points
Derek Carr should lead Fresno State to some quick points over SMU in the Hawaii Bowl. But which bowl is the best lock?
August 14, 2012
C-USA Fantasy Preview: C-USA: Houston's Problem isn't Sims
Much has changed at Houston this season, but the one constant is star running back Charles Sims.
September 20, 2011
CFB Waiver Wire: Players to Pick Up Week 4
With G.J. Kinne out with injury, Tulsa likely will rely on Trey Watts and the running game.
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