This article is part of our College Football DFS: Weekday Slate series.
MACtion is back in full swing and we've got you covered with slate breakdowns for both Tuesday and Wednesday. I'm covering Tuesday's three-gamer that features two (expected) blowouts and one competitive matchup. Ohio (-27.5) and Kent State (-20.5) are the heaviest favorites on the board with the highest implied totals as well while the Miami (OH)-Buffalo game should be competitive as the Bulls check in as 8.5-point favorites over the defending MAC champs.
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Usually, my DFS articles are main-slate-focused with 12+ games from which to choose. That provides a ton of different angles to attack a slate. A three-gamer presents a unique challenge, and while using a quarterback in the SuperFlex is the norm in bigger slates, it might not be the best path Tuesday. Outside of Dustin Crum, there are major quarterback questions on this slate. Kurtis Rourke carries risk as Amari Rogers looms as a rushing threat who could take over multiple series; Kyle Vantrease is efficient but is an extremely low-volume passer; AJ Mayer is unproven and then Zach Gibson and Matt McDonald were both held under 10.0 fantasy points in their starts last week.