This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
We have one week of college football in the book. Well, two weeks if we count Week 0. Trying to assess how to approach the information we have for fantasy purposes can be tricky. There's obviously a part of me that says, "One game is such a small sample size we can't take much from it." However, what kind of sample size was last season really? And with how much turnover there is in college football how much can the previous season really mean? In essence, I'll take a bit from last week, a bit from history, and bring you some players to start, and some to sit, for Week 2.
Jaylon Robinson, WR, UCF vs. Bethune-Cookman
Robinson was quite good in 2020, catching 55 passes for 979 yards and six touchdowns in 10 games. The move from Josh Huepel to Gus Malzahn seemingly hasn't mattered. In UCF's season opener against Boise State he had six catches for 140 yards and a score. If he can do that against the Broncos, imagine what he could do against FCS squad Bethune-Cookman.
Holton Ahlers, QB, East Carolina vs. South Carolina
Ahlers looked solid in Week 1, though his issues with interceptions showed up again. He threw nine picks in eight games last year and already has a pick this season. South Carolina opened its season against Eastern Illinois. Winning 46-0 against an FCS team only means so much. Nevertheless, the Gamecocks are an SEC team and they