This article is part of our College Football DFS: Night Slate series.
The major sites share seven games for Saturday's second slate, so let's first look at what the sportsbooks have to say about the evening's contests.
LSU (-15) vs. Texas A&M O/U: 64
North Carolina (-10.5) @ NC State O/U: 56
Iowa State (-5) @ Kansas State OU: 44.5
Navy (-9.5) @ Houston O/U: 58.5
Florida (-18) vs. Florida State O/U: 54.5
Utah (-28) vs. Colorado O/U: 49
Oklahoma (-13) @ Oklahoma State O/U: 68.5
BYU (-5.5) @ San Diego State O/U: 39 (FANDUEL ONLY)
I'm actually considering both slates as identical because I'm almost always going to fade a game with an O/U below 40. BYU/SDSU is off my list. Conversely, the always hotly-contested OU/OKST game is a favorite on the slate. Along with its 68.5 total, both rosters are filled with high-octane talent. I also have a good feeling about the UF/FSU contest, and I think that a slightly improved offensive scheme under a new coach and positive momentum are going to propel the Seminoles into a much closer game than the line would indicate.
Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma (DK $9,200, FD $12,000) @ Oklahoma State
Hurts' lofty salary is 110 percent worth it, and I've gone to him week after week as the headliner in my builds. Due to his willingness to go deep and fancy footwork outside the pocket, you're simply not going to find anyone better when Oklahoma is playing. The closest player to Hurts' average is a full 11 FP less, so the salary