Tag: Kelvin Taylor
Florida Gators versus LSU Tigers College Football Fantasy Picks 10-17-2015
It will be a battle between two undefeated SEC conference schools as the LSU Tigers will be home to the Florida Gators. College football fantasy draft managers can tune to ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time to follow the results of their rosters picks.
These teams went head to head last year and it was LSU pulling out a 30-27 victory on the road. Florida will visit LSU with a mark of 6-0. The team has four wins in the SEC and has held three SEC opponents to ten points or fewer. Last week they traveled to Missouri and won 21-3 as they limited the Tigers to just 257 yards for the game and a miserable 1 of 14 conversions on third down. A big blow for the team as starting quarterback Will Grier is out for the season with a PED suspension. The team will look to Treon Harris to start on Saturday night. Florida has put up some impressive defensive stats this year ranking in the top 16 in college football in yardage allowed, rushing defense and points allowed giving up just 14.3 points a game.
LSU is a 5-0 football team. After a 21-19 road win at Mississippi St in the opener the Tigers have scored an average of over 40 points in their past four games. They crushed South Carolina in their home stadium last week by the score of 45-24. LSU produces some great defensive numbers as well. They are a good rushing team as they run for 346 yards per game on the year. The Tigers don’t pick up much from their passing game throwing for 122 yards ranking 122nd in college football.
Florida Gators QB:
The sophomore backup has hit on 70% of his throws for 269 yards with two touchdowns. In his limited time under center Harris has run for 63 yards on ten carries for 6.3 yards per rush.
Florida Gators RB:
Taylor leads the Gators by a long way with 114 carries for 438 yards with seven touchdowns. He has seen significant action for all three years in the program. Last week at Missouri Taylor had 99 rushing yards on 28 carries for 3.5 yards per run. Taylor had two touchdowns in the win.
Florida Gators WR:
The junior wide out has caught 34 passes for 330 yards and two touchdowns. Two weeks ago against Ole Miss Robinson had 98 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Powell had 16 receptions for 252 yards with three touchdowns. He had a 77 yard touchdown catch in the win against Ole Miss. The sophomore wide out is averaging 15.8 yards per catch on the year.
The freshman wide receiver has 13 catches for 208 yards and two touchdowns. Callaway had a good game at home to Tennessee with five grabs for 112 yards and a touchdown.
LSU Tigers QB:
The LSU quarterback has hit on 57% of his throws for 610 yards with four touchdowns and no picks. He had his best game of the year against South Carolina at home last week by hitting on 18 of 28 throws for 228 yards with two touchdowns and a long throw of 62 yards.
LSU Tigers RB:
The sophomore running back has been huge this year with 1022 yards rushing on 119 carries and 12 touchdowns. Last week against South Carolina Fournette ran for 158 yards and a touchdown as he rushed for nearly 8 yards a carry.
Guice has run 29 times for 263 yards and a touchdown. The freshman back had his best game of the year last week against South Carolina with 16 carries for 161 yards and a touchdown.
LSU Tigers WR:
Dural leads the unit with 14 catches for 229 yards and a touchdown. He caught four balls last week for 109 yards and a touchdown. The junior wide out is averaging 16.4 yards per catch on the year and had a long reception go for 62 yards last week against South Carolina.
College Football Fantasy League Picks
QB: Treon Harris (Florida)
RB: Leonard Fournette (LSU)
WR: Travin Dural (LSU), Demarcus Robinson (Florida)
Mississippi Rebels versus Florida Gators College Football Daily Fantasy League Picks 10-3-2015
The Florida Gators will be at home in SEC conference competition to meet the Mississippi Rebels. College football draft managers can tune to ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time from Florida on October 3rd to track the results of their fantasy rosters.
Ole Miss is undefeated at 4-0 with SEC conference wins at Alabama and last week they went into Vanderbilt and came away with a 27-16 victory. The Rebels had trouble separating from the Commodores as the game was tied at 13-13 midway through the third period. Mississippi struggled offensively in the win with 3.6 yards per carry from their run game and 3 of 13 conversions on third down. They also lost the turnover margin by -2. Prior to this Vanderbilt game the Rebels have piled up the points with 73 on Fresno St in week two and 43 points on the Alabama defense in week three. Defensively Ole Miss is 34th ranked in points allowed at 19.2 per game.
Florida is also 4-0 as they enter play on Saturday. They are 2-0 in the SEC with a 14-9 road win at Kentucky and last week they pull out a wild 28-27 home victory to Tennessee. Down 27-14 late in the fourth quarter the Gators scored two late touchdowns including a 63 yard TD reception with a minute and a half left for the game winner. Like most recent seasons the Gators are defending very well. They limit opponents to 298 yards gained per game which ranks 22nd best in total defense in college football. Opponents score just 18 points a game on the Gators defense ranking 30th best in the nation.
Mississippi Rebels QB:
The junior QB is completing 61.7% of his throws for 1219 yards with ten touchdowns and three picks. Last week Kelly did throw for 321 yards but he completed 57% of his throws and threw two picks.
Mississippi Rebels RB:
The Rebels running back had 42 carries on the year with 269 yards with three touchdowns. Walton had his best game of the year last week at home to Vanderbilt with 21 carries for 133 yards and a touchdown. He averaged 6.3 yards a carry in that game.
Wilkins is averaging almost seven carries a game and is rushing for 5.4 yards a carry with a touchdown.
Mississippi Rebels WR:
The junior wide out has caught 22 balls with 332 yards and a touchdown. He had his best game of the season last week against the Commodores with eight receptions for 139 yards for nearly 17 yards per reception.
Florida Gators QB:
Grier has passed for 62.6% accuracy for 725 yards with six touchdowns and three picks. In the home victory against Tennessee last week the freshman quarterback threw for 283 yards completing nearly 55% of his throws with two touchdowns and a pick.
Florida Gators RB:
The junior running back leads the Gators in carries with 59 with 256 yards and five touchdowns. He has seen significant action in all three years at the school. He ran for 102 yards and nearly 5.4 yards a carry last week against Tennessee with two touchdowns.
Florida Gators WR:
Callaway has made big plays in the passing game during his freshman season as he is averaging 19.1 yards per catch. He has nine grabs for 172 yards and a touchdown. Last week against Tennessee Callaway caught five balls for 112 yards and a touchdown.
Powell is a sophomore and has caught 12 passes for 162 yards and two touchdowns. He had five catches against Tennessee for 64 yards and a touchdown.