This article is part of our College Football DFS: Night Slate series.
We have a slight deviation between the two major sites for our Saturday night slate, and we'll discuss the unique games at the conclusion of the article.
Kent State (-6.5) @ Buffalo O/U: 65
TCU (-2) @ Texas Tech O/U: 61
Kentucky (-2) vs LSU O/U: 51
Notre Dame (-1) @ Virginia Tech OU: 47
Michigan (-2.5) @ Nebraska O/U: 50
Alabama (-18) @ Texas A&M O/U: 51
USC (-3) vs. Utah O/U: 53
Air Force (-5) vs. Wyoming O/U: 47.5 (DRAFTKINGS ONLY)
Western Kentucky (-3) vs. UTSA OU: 71 (FANDUEL ONLY)
The games to fade are pretty obvious here, as I don't expect much from either Notre Dame or Virginia Tech, and the Michigan-Nebraska contest looks to be a slugfest with no top DFS producers - at least, none that are solid locks. The outlier games have many options today, and there isn't enough time to flesh them out, although I summarized the best picks and one budget wideout in particular. For DFS purposes, I'm giving a lot of love to Alabama, Kentucky and TCU, and am not too keen on Utah, Texas A&M and LSU.
ND/VT: 32% chance of rain
Bryce Young, Alabama (DK $9,200, FD $10,000) @ Texas A&M
Mac who? Young has an astonishing 17:2 TD/INT ratio in his first year as the starter and is currently sporting a 73% pass completion percentage. Texas A&M allowed over 400 passing yards to Mississippi State last week, and with Young's talented corps