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Although we had a few of the games wiped out due to COVID-19 (RIP Baylor-Houston for another year), we had a wonderfully action-packed Week 3. I would like to thank Chris Morgan for stepping in last week and I'm jumping for joy to get back in to it for what looks like our first full college football slate of the year. Not only all of that, but we now know the Big 10 is starting back up in October and other conferences that have postponed are meeting this week to see if they will give it a go. While I technically could recommend players for future weeks from those postponed conferences, I'm going to keep my recommendations to players taking part in the subject week in order to help you win your fantasy match-ups now! However, that's a subtle hint to go out and get those studs who have been dropped in most leagues.
Slate Background: Week 4 is loaded as we have the majority of the Big 12, ACC and SEC schools playing conference match-ups. The key will be to target those weak defenses from the Power Conferences and to not forget about the Group of 5 schools in other games.
Marlon Williams, WR, UCF
Williams was a beast with 10 catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns at Georgia Tech on Saturday. Quarterback Dillon Gabriel said the Golden Knights are the best college football team in Florida. I'm not so sure about that, but I do