This article is part of our College Football DFS: Night Slate series.
DraftKings and FanDuel only differ by one game this evening, and we're here to cover all seven contests.
Texas A&M @ South Carolina (+10) O/U: 58.5
UCLA @ Colorado (+5.5) O/U: 56.5
Baylor @ Iowa State (-13.5) O/U: 46.5
Tennessee @ Arkansas (+1.5) O/U: 52.5
Stanford @ Oregon (-7.5) O/U: 51.5
Clemson @ Notre Dame (+4.5) O/U: 49.5
Rutgers @ Ohio State (-38) O/U: 64
South Alabama @ Coastal Carolina (-17.5) O/U: 55.5 (FANDUEL ONLY)
While the Clemson-Notre Dame game has the most real-world implications, it isn't my favorite game on the slate. Rather than focus on the narrow spreads, I've opted for production from both Iowa State and Ohio state as prime sources for fantasy output. The Pac-12 debuts this week, and while some teams are shrouded in mystery, I think one team stands above the rest as a stackable option.
Justin Fields, Ohio State (DK $9,500, FD $11,400) vs. Rutgers
As the chart-topper for the slate in an almost certain blowout, you're leaning to Fields in the hope that he does significant damage for three quarters. The Buckeyes aren't shy about keeping their starters on the field, and Fields is on a mission to put Trevor Lawrence in the rear-view mirror for the Heisman. We can look at both Nebraska and Penn State as decent examples of what a Fields snap count would look like in a lopsided matchup, and he should be good for around 30 FP on both platforms. It's possible to