Hopefully you heeded my advice last week about Braxton Miller, and the fantasy juggernaut he is. My team is now 3-0 as a result of OSU's QB. And his matchup this week is sweet again, so if you have him, keep him in there. But I'm going to offer up some different players as to not be thought of as the Braxton Miller fan club president. So, with that, here's some great college fantasy football matchups to exploit this week.
Ryan Nassib, Syracuse - He's gone unnoticed in a weak Big East conference, but the senior already has 9 TDs on the season. His matchup at Minnesota this week doesn't scare anyone, so look for Nassib to toss a couple more TDs and rack up the points for your squad. If you're in a shallow league, Nassib might even be on the waiver wire still.
Aaron Murray, Georgia - This dual threat quarterback from the top-five ranked Bulldogs has moved himself into elite quarterback status. He won't throw a ton, but when he does he's efficient. Last week he was 14-19 for 342 with 2 TDs, and then he ran in 2 more TDs as well. Again, not a glamorous name, but certainly a must start. Georgia plays Vanderbilt this week.
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Senorise Perry, Louisville - Perry's numbers are not flashy or gawdy. But his consistency can help your team. His matchup this week versus Florida International is too good to pass up, so insert him in your starting lineup.
Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska - Rex Burkhead was the chic pick for fantasy owners, but Burkhead has battled a knee injury and Abdullah has stepped in to carry the ball for the Cornhuskers. All he's done is rack up 100+ yards the last two weeks and scored 4 TDs over that same time. This week, Nebraska plays Idaho State, so expect more of the same from Abdullah.
Chad Bumphis, Mississippi State - Can you name any player from Mississippi State? Lost in the frenzy that is SEC football is this smallish senior receiver for the Bulldogs. Last week versus Troy, all he did was catch 6 passes for 180 yards and 3 TDs. He has 5 TDs thus far this year. He has a similar matchup this week as MSU plays South Alabama. Bumphis makes a very sneaky play this week.
Andre Davis, South Florida - Davis stepped in for the injured Sterling Griffin, and went off for 8 catches. The previous week versus Nevada, he had 12 catches for 191 yards and 2 TDs. South Florida travels to Ball State for a friendly matchup, which makes Davis a starting option for your fantasy squad. And, he might even be on the waiver wire still.