This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
This is a pretty exciting week of college football, though some losses last week may have taken a bit of bloom off the rose. Things are moving fast in the world of college football. Clay Helton has already lost one job and gotten another! To try and help you keep pace, here are some recommendations for what to do with some players here in Week 11.
Clayton Tune, QB, Houston at Temple
The Cougars are soaring while the Owls are falling, and this is a perfect time for Tune to be facing off with the Owls. Over his last four games, Tune has thrown 12 touchdowns against zero interceptions. Temple, meanwhile, has allowed 40.5 points per game, which is just outside the bottom five in the FBS.
Reggie Roberson, WR, SMU vs. UCF
Let's look past the Cincinnati Bearcats defense for this week. The Golden Knights have not been slouches against the passing game, as they've allowed 189.9 passing yards per contest. Roberson did have a stretch of five games in a row with a touchdown but in his last two games, he's totaled 91 yards and hasn't found the end zone.
Will Shipley, RB, Clemson vs. UConn
It's been a tough season for Clemson offensively, but there is nothing to cure what ails you like a visit from the Huskies. UConn is in the bottom-20 in both points and rushing yards allowed per game, and that's against a schedule that like