This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
I don't really root for a college football team, born largely out of the fact that I when I went to college I went to schools that played Division II football for undergrad and grad (I didn't finish grad school for the record, lest you think this is some weird excuse for a humblebrag). However, growing up I rooted for the Michigan Wolverines, and I still have friends and family who are Wolverines fans. The game between Michigan and Ohio State was canceled for this week. To me, this is the most-striking example of how strange and at times melancholic this season has been. All I can do though is keep providing you players to start and sit for fantasy purposes because that's the name of the game. Let's get to it!
Clayton Tune, QB, Houston at Memphis
There are only three AAC teams scheduled to be in action this week. Fortunately, one of them is Memphis, a team that has allowed 481.8 yards per game to FBS squads. Tune has had issues this season, as he's thrown six interceptions against 11 touchdowns, but the Tigers have allowed over 300 yards per game through the air. Plus, Tune has added 233 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. He can get it done in multiple ways.
Nelson Smith, RB, Navy at Army
When these two triple-option teams play, the games tend to go pretty swiftly. That means less drives and less scoring. Speaking of scoring,