This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
Week 5 had some seismic shifts in the college landscape with USC losing in Pullman, Virginia Tech getting taught a lesson at home and LSU submitting its bid for worst loss of the year. This week has similarly large implications, particularly in the ACC where we have Louisville-NC State, Clemson-Wake Forest and Miami-Florida State squaring off.
PLAYERS TO START
Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis (at Connecticut): We're more than a month into the season and, frankly, Miller has been one of the biggest disappointments across the fantasy landscape. All those warm fuzzy feelings everyone got after he torched UCLA's secondary were rewarded with a combined nine catches for 84 yards and one touchdown against Southern Illinois and Central Florida. His showing against UCF was particularly discouraging, but Miller is still too talented to shy away from just yet. It's fair to at least admit Miller is wearing on owners' collective patience (I'm one), but this is too good a matchup to ignore. Connecticut allows a 162.0 passer rating, ranking 121st in the nation. This is a huge opportunity for a Miller bounce back, and I'm buying in.
Andre Levrone, WR, Virginia (vs. Duke): Levrone heads up an underrated Wahoo receiving corps and certainly looks the part of a big-time FBS wideout, checking in at 6-foot-3, 225. He averages 26.7 YPR, tops among FBS receivers with at least 10 catches, and four of his 13 receptions have gone for touchdowns. Olamide Zaccheaus and Doni Dowling are both solid