Creating An Optimal Lineup For College Football Saturday 10/3/20

  • Kyle Trask is the fifth-ranked quarterback and costs $10,100.
  • Chubba Hubbard is the third-ranked running back and is priced at $9,800.
  • Kyle Pitts is the fifth-ranked receiver and costs $9,200.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – With the college football season in full swing, fantasy owners should have gotten a good idea at who the stars are thus season and begin creating their fantasy football lineups for Saturday.

When creating a daily fantasy football lineup, especially for college football, it is good to look for players that offer great value at their price.

The lineup that is presented here is just a suggestion and should be changed around to the fantasy owners' liking.

  • QB – Kyle Trask, UF, $10,100
  • RB – Chubba Hubbard, Oklahoma State, $9,800
  • RB – Zamir White, Georgia, $7,800
  • WR – Kyle Pitts, UF, $9,200
  • WR – Trevon Grimes, UF, $8,200
  • WR – Danny Gray, SMU, $7,100
  • FLEX – Josh Ali, Kentucky, $7,700

Starting at the quarterback position, Kyle Trask is a great option especially at his price being that he put up the second-most points amongst quarterbacks in his first game.

Trask put his name on the map as he went for 416 passing yards and six touchdowns in the Gators opening game.

Trask will be looking for a repeat performance in his second game as he faces a South Carolina defense that looked underwhelming in Week 1.

Running Backs

The first running back slot is filled out by nonother than Chubba Hubbard who was surprisingly the third-ranked running back at online betting sites.

Hubbard has been great thus far in the season as in the two games that he has played, he has put up over 90 yards rushing and has also scored a touchdown in each game. Hubbard will more than likely put up similar numbers if not more in his third outing against a Kansas team that allowed for 185 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1 and 203 yards and three touchdowns in Week 2.

This is the perfect time to roster Hubbard in all leagues.

The second running back spot is filled by Zamir White out of Georgia who had a great first game as the RB1 for UGA putting up 71 yards and a touchdown.

White will be put to the test in Week 2 against the seventh-ranked Auburn Tigers. However, Auburn did allow for 145 rushing yards and a touchdown last week which leaves hope for White to have a repeat performance here in Week 1.

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He is definitely one of the riskier plays but will pay off tremendously if he gets the ball rolling being that he is priced low.

Wide Receivers

The first receiver position is filled by the tight end out of Florida, Kyle Pitts, as he had an unbelievable 170-yard and 4-touchdown performance in Week 1 against Ole Miss.

There is no way that Pitts can be passed up here given what he did last week. He does, however, have a chance to actually put up similar numbers here in his second game against a below-average South Carolina pass defense and is clearly a favorite target of Trask.

The second receiver spot is filled by Pitts running mate, Trevon Grimes who is serving as the WR1 on the team and also had a solid outing in Week 1 where he put up 64 yards and a touchdown.

It should be known that his quarterback, Kyle Trask, is known to spread the ball around which is great for Grimes as he got a fair number of targets in Week 1. That being said, he could be in line for another endzone catch in Week 2.

The last receiver slot is taken by Danny Gray out of SMU.

Gray is a great option here as he is the go-to guy for SMU serving as the teams WR1. He has been solid in his first three games of the season as he has put up three total touchdowns on 156 yards thus far.

He has also been recognized by the coaching staff at SMU as the most solid player on the team as well which could mean that more targets could be coming his way as soon as this week which makes him a great sleeper option.

Super FLEX

The FLEX option here is taken by Josh Ali from Kentucky. Of all the college football FLEX options, Ali could be the one in line for the biggest game as Kentucky is going up an awful defense in Ole Miss that allowed for 446 yards and six touchdowns in their first game.

That being said, Ali will look to take advantage of weak defenders all game long. He is a very solid FLEX option here considering the great situation going into this week.