Ohio Bobcats versus Northern Illinois Huskies College Football Real Money Fantasy Picks 11-24-2015


The MAC conference will be showcased as the Northern Illinois Huskies will host the Ohio Bobcats. Fantasy college football draft GM’s can tune to ESPNU on Tuesday November 24th at 7:30PM Eastern Time to track the results of their DFS roster picks.


Northern Illinois enters play with a record of 8-3. They have plenty to play for on Tuesday. The team sits in a tie in the MAC conference west division with the Toledo Rockets for first place. Since Northern Illinois defeated Toledo earlier this season the Huskies own the tiebreaker so with a win on Tuesday they will advance to the MAC conference championship game the next week to face Bowling Green Falcons. Northern Illinois has won six straight games after a 27-19 home victory last week to Western Michigan. Huskies had their rushing game going strong in the win as they rushed for 289 yards and 6.7 yards per carry average. On the season Northern Illinois is 35th in the nation in total offense as they gain 451 yards per game. They do score nearly 35 points per game good for 24th best from college football. Huskies sit in the upper half of most categories on the defensive side of the football.


Ohio Bobcats enter with a 7-4 record on the year. They cannot catch Bowling Green in the MAC conference east division as they reside in second place two games behind with one left to be played. There are no guarantees that seven win MAC schools get into bowl games so they will be motivated to earn a win here to keep their season going beyond Tuesday. After a three game losing streak the Bobcats have won two straight. Last week they defeated Ball St at home by the score of 48-31. They rolled up 607 yards in the victory with 332 coming from their ground game that netted nearly 6 yards a carry. Ohio during their recent three game slide, they gave up 49, 41 and 62 points in those defeats to Western Michigan, Buffalo along with Bowling Green. Ohio is 78th in the nation in scoring offense as they average 27.5 points per game. On defense the Bobcats also reside in many categories in the upper half of college football.


Ohio Bobcats QB:

JD Sprague


The junior quarterback is completing 57.1% of his throws for 697 yards with six touchdowns and a pick. In the win against Ball St Sprague had a good game passing for 275 yards with three touchdowns and no picks as he completed 68% of his passes.


Ohio Bobcats RB:

Daz’mond Patterson


The carries are shared in the Ohio backfield. Patterson has been the most efficient of the group with 102 rushes for 497 yards with nine touchdowns. He runs for 4.9 yards a carry on the campaign. Last week it was Patterson with a rushing touchdown with just four carries for 44 yards. The senior back has a rushing touchdown in six of his past seven games.


Ohio Bobcats WR:

Sebastian Smith


The junior wide out leads Ohio with 59 receptions for 723 yards with seven touchdowns. He averages 12.3 yards per catch. He had seven catches for 89 yards and a touchdown last week in the victory at home to Ball St.


Northern Illinois Huskies QB:

Ryan Graham


The freshman has been forced into action due to injury. He has completed 57.8% of his throws for 511 yards with five touchdowns and three picks. Last week in the win against Western Michigan Graham completed 47.8% of his throws for 158 yards with two touchdowns and a pick.


Northern Illinois Huskies RB:

Joel Bouagnon


Bouagnon has been a workhorse in the Northern Illinois backfield with 345 carries for 1176 yards with 18 touchdowns. He has had a rushing touchdown in eight straight games.


Northern Illinois Huskies WR:

Kenny Golladay


The Huskies junior wide out has been the most targeted. He has 64 catches for 1035 yards with eight touchdowns. Last week in the home win to Western Michigan Golladay caught four passes for 93 yards and a touchdown. He has a touchdown reception in four straight games.


College Football Fantasy League Picks

QB: Ryan Graham (Northern Illinois)

RB: Joel Bouagnon (Northern Illinois)

WR: Kenny Golladay (Northern Illinois)

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Ohio Bobcats versus Bowling Green Falcons College Football Real Money Fantasy Picks 11-4-2015

The MAC conference is again featured as the Bowling Green Falcons will host the Ohio Bobcats on Wednesday night. Fantasy college football draft managers can tune to ESPN2 TV at 8PM Eastern Time on November 4th to track the DFS roster picks from their one day leagues.


Ohio has lost three straight against Bowling Green including their 31-13 defeat at home last year. The Bobcats are on a two game losing streak as they gave up 49 points at home to Western Michigan three weeks ago in a loss and two weeks ago they dropped a 41-17 road decision at Buffalo. The Bobcats are the 93rd ranked scoring offense from college football as they put up just 25.5 points a game on the season.


Bowling Green is 6-2 on the year. Their losses came on the road to Tennessee by 29 points in their opener and in week three they lose 44-41 to the undefeated Memphis Tigers. The Falcons carries a five game win streak in this spot which includes a 35-28 road win at Purdue. They too are on a bye week. Two weeks ago Bowling Green defeated Kent St 48-0. The Falcons have averaged 56 points per game over their past three games all resulting in blowout victories. The club is the top passing team from college football as they pass for 434 yards per game.


Ohio Bobcats QB:


Derrius Vick


The senior quarterback is completing 63.6% of his throws for 1652 yard with nine touchdowns and six picks. He has not run much this year with 56 carries for 16 yards. Two weeks ago in the loss at Buffalo Vick hit on 62% of his throws for 321 yards with no touchdowns and three picks.


Ohio Bobcats RB:


Daz’mon Patterson


Patterson leads the Bobcats with 78 rushing attempts for 335 yards and seven touchdowns. He is running for 4.3 yards a carry. There has not been much production in the passing game for the senior running back as he has grabbed 14 balls for 43 yards.


A.J. Ouellette


Just a sophomore, Ouellette has run for 269 yards on 65 carries and two touchdowns. He rushes for 4.1 yards a carry which is well below the 4.9 yards a carry during his freshman campaign.


Ohio Bobcats WR:


Sebastian Smith


Smith leads the unit with 41 receptions for 501 yards and five touchdowns. He is averaging 12.2 yards per catch on the year. The junior wide receiver had nine receptions for 79 yards at Buffalo two weeks ago in defeat.


Brendan Cope


The junior wide receiver is second on the Bulls with 24 catches for 367 yards and two touchdowns. He has a very good 15.3 yards per reception average. Cope caught seven passes for 52 yards last week at the Bulls.


Bowling Green Falcons QB:


Matt Johnson


The Falcons signal caller has been very accurate this year hitting on 70.1% of his throws for 3321yards with 29 touchdowns and three picks. He came off a huge game two weeks ago in the win at Kent St as the senior quarterback completed 67% of his passes for 430 yards with five touchdowns. He has thrown for five touchdowns in his past three games all resulting in wins. In the home loss to undefeated Memphis Johnson passed for 443 yards and four touchdowns. Matt Johnson has contributed in the run game with 152 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 74 carries.


Bowling Green Falcons RB:


Travis Greene


Greene leads the Falcons on the ground with 112 carries for 590 yards and four touchdowns. He is rushing for 5.3 yards a carry. The senior running back has caught 18 passes out of the backfield on the campaign for 155 yards with two touchdowns.


Bowling Green Falcons WR:


Roger Lewis


The Bowling Green sophomore running back leads the time by a wide margin with 58 receptions on the year for 1122 yards with 11 touchdowns. Lewis is averaging a career high 19.3 yards per reception average. In the win at Kent St it was Roger Lewis catching four balls for 102 yards and two touchdowns and he averaged 25.5 yards per catch.


College Football Fantasy League Picks

QB: Matt Johnson (Bowling Green)

RB: Travis Greene (Ohio)

WR: Roger Lewis (Bowling Green), Sebastian Smith (Ohio)

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