This article is part of our College Football DFS: Friday Slate series.
Friday's slate offers four games for our DFS enjoyment. The weather looks great at all outdoor stadiums, so there will be no hindrance to some notable passing offenses tonight.
Marshall (-11) @ North Texas O/U: 66
Clemson (-13.5) @ Syracuse O/U: 45
Oregon (-13.5) vs. California O/U: 54
San Diego State (-9) @ San Jose State O/U: 41
As is the case with several slates this season, I think it's wise to load up at running back. Friday is no exception, and it's a spot where I might be tempted to use the S-FLEX more frequently with a running back instead of a quarterback. I'm not a big believer in the MARSH/UNT total, but it should still be a shootout worth considering. I'm staying largely off the CLEM/SYR game because despite the Tigers' struggles, their defense is still top-notch, and it's going to do a better job of containing Syracuse than most expect. That doesn't mean that Clemson will score enough to beat them, however. Oregon-Cal is my favorite game of the slate, as both teams have a lot to prove after recent underwhelming play.
Anthony Brown, Oregon (DK $8,300, FD $11,000) vs. California
The loss of CJ Verdell will almost certainly put additional pressure on Brown to get things moving through the air. While Cal's defensive front looked good initially, the Bears' backslide down the stretch has plagued all aspects on both sides of the ball. The Ducks have some promising freshmen to back up