College Fantasy Football Draft News 10-15-2015
Auburn Tigers versus Kentucky Wildcats College Football Fantasy Preview 10-15-2015
It will be action from the SEC conference from college football on Thursday October 15th as the Kentucky Wildcats will host the Auburn Tigers. Fantasy football draft GM’s can tune to ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time to follow the results of their roster picks.
Auburn enters play at 3-2 on the year. The two losses all came against SEC competition with defeats to LSU on the road and a home game to Mississippi St. They defeated San Jose St last week 35-21 but the Tigers defense was lit up by a low level Mountain West conference team for 406 yards of offense with 182 on the ground. Auburn ranks 105th in the nation in total offense as they average just 343 yards per game.
Kentucky is a 4-1 team. They have wins in SEC play at South Carolina and home to Missouri. The Wildcats were competitive in a 14-9 road defeat at Florida. The team suffered a letdown two weeks ago as they got past FCS school Eastern Kentucky 34-27 in overtime. The Wildcats have defended well this year by limiting the opposition to just 21.8 points per game.
Auburn Tigers QB:
The freshman quarterback has seen action over an ineffective Jeremy Johnson. White has completed 68% of his throws for 296 yards with no touchdowns and a pick.
Auburn Tigers RB:
Barber leads the Tigers on the ground with 109 carries for 558 yards and six touchdowns. He rushed for 147 yards and five touchdowns last week against San Jose St.
Kentucky Wildcats QB:
The Wildcats junior quarterback is hitting on 61% of his throws for 1153 yards with eight touchdowns and six picks. He had two picks last week in the close win against FCS school Eastern Kentucky.
UCLA Bruins versus Stanford Cardinal College Football Cash League Fantasy Preview 10-15-2015
A nice matchup from the PAC 12 conference is on tap for October 15th in late night action as the Stanford Cardinal will host the UCLA Bruins. College football fantasy draft GM’s can tune to ESPN TV at 10:30PM Eastern Time to track the scoring results of their roster picks.
Stanford ruined the Bruins season last year as the Cardinal defeated UCLA 31-10 late last year to kick them out of the PAC 12 championship game. The Bruins suffered their first loss of the year in week five dropping a 38-23 home decision to the Arizona St Sun Devils. The Bruins had trouble dealing with run game of the Sun Devils as they produced 192 yards on the ground. UCLA is 100th on the year defending the run by allowing 197 yards per game to opponents.
Stanford has won four straight after a week one defeat to Northwestern to start the year. They also will be coming off a bye week. In week five they crushed Arizona 55-17. The Cardinal has scored no fewer than 41 points in their past three games. Stanford is 35th in the nation in scoring by pushing across 35 points per game.
UCLA Bruins RB:
The Bruins junior running back has 100 rushes for 577 yards and seven touchdowns. His production has dropped the past two games averaging just 3.5 yards per carry against Arizona and Arizona St.
Stanford Cardinal QB:
Hogan is now a senior quarterback and has seen much improvement this year. He is completing 67% of his throws for 1155 yards with nine touchdowns and two picks. The Cardinal signal caller completed 17 of 19 throws in week five for 217 yards and two touchdowns against Arizona.