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Cincinnati Bearcats versus South Florida Bulls College Football Real Money League Fantasy Picks 11-20-2015
It will be AAC conference action from college football for Friday November 20th as the South Florida Bulls will play host to the Cincinnati Bearcats. DFS draft managers can tune to CBS Sports Network at 8PM Eastern Time to follow the results of their fantasy football roster picks.
Cincinnati won last year 34-17 at home to South Florida and has won three of their four past meetings. The Bearcats enter play with a record of 6-4 and are bowl eligible. They come off a high scoring win at home last week as they defeated the Tulsa Golden Hurricane 49-38. Bearcats are the fourteenth highest scoring team from college football this season as they put up 38.7 points per game. They are the fourth in overall offense as Cincinnati gains 585 yards per game. The team comes in with a well balanced attack with 387 passing and 198 rushing yards per game this season. On defense the team sits near the middle of the pack in most categories as they allow 28.2 points a game.
The South Florida Bulls have been a program that has shown improvement in 2014. They have become bowl eligible with a record of 6-4. That came last week in a 44-23 home victory to Temple. The team will host Cincinnati winners of two straight and five of their past six games. Included in that run was a road win at East Carolina. They have piled up wins against downtrodden programs like Florida A&M, Syracuse, Connecticut and SMU on the season. The win last week against Temple was legit as they team tallied 556 yards of offense against a quality opponent. The Bulls had success running with 326 rushing yards for 6.8 yards a carry against a good Owls team. It was a win where turnovers were not a factor as each team committed one for the game. South Florida is a middling offense as they sit 58th in yardage as they put up 412 yards per game and is 62nd in the nation in scoring by pushing across 29.3 points per game. The Bulls are the 15th best running team in all of college football by averaging 228 yards a game.
Cincinnati Bearcats QB:
The junior quarterback is hitting on 66.1% of his throws for 2423 yards with 18 touchdowns and 8 picks. He has thrown for 319 yards or greater over his past four games. Two weeks ago at Houston Kiel threw for 523 yards with four touchdowns and two picks. Kiel has thrown for 11 touchdowns over his past three games.
Cincinnati Bearcats RB:
The Bearcats have been using a trio of running backs this year. Mike Boone has been the most efficient for Cincinnati with 72 carries for 633 yards with seven touchdowns. He is rushing for 8.8 yards a carry on the current campaign.
Cincinnati Bearcats WR:
The senior wide receiver leads the Bearcats by far with 67 catches for 795 yards with five touchdowns. He had eight receptions for 91 yards last week in the win against Tulsa.
South Florida Bulls QB:
Flowers is hitting on 60.4% of his passes for 1676 yards with 14 touchdowns and six picks. He is a major threat to run as he has 151 carries for 747 yards and eight touchdowns. He is running for nearly five yards per carry. Last week in the win at home to Temple the Bulls sophomore quarterback hit on 68.2% of his throws for 230 yards with two touchdowns. He also passed for two touchdowns two weeks ago in the road win at East Carolina.
South Florida Bulls RB:
The sophomore running back has rushed 164 times on the campaign for 1065 yards with six touchdowns. With two games remaining his has ran for 24 yards greater than all of last year. Mack is rushing for 6.5 yards a carry. Last week Mack had 230 yards on the ground and two touchdowns on 21 carries.
South Florida Bulls WR:
Adams leads South Florida with 31 catches for 575 yards with seven touchdowns. He has had touchdown catches in each of his past two games.
College Football Fantasy League Picks
QB: Gunner Kiel (Cincinnati)
RB: Marlon Mack (South Florida)
WR: Shaq Washington (Cincinnati)
Cincinnati Bearcats versus Memphis Tigers College Football Fantasy Preview
The Memphis Tigers will be hosting the Cincinnati Bearcats from college football from the AAC conference. Fantasy football draft GM’s can tune to ESPN TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time on Thursday night September 24th.
The Cincinnati Bearcats will enter play with a record of 2-1 on the campaign. Their defeat came in week two losing at home to Temple 34-26. Last week the Bearcats visited Miami Ohio a MAC school and came away with a 37-33 victory. Cincinnati drove for a touchdown with a minute remaining for the victory. The team was able to move the football for 545 yards with 282 yards rushing. Defensively the Bearcats allowed 448 yards to the Red Hawks. Cincinnati will have to clean up the four turnovers from last week.
Memphis is a perfect 3-0 on the year. They have notable road wins at Kansas winning 55-23 and went into Bowling Green last week and won 44-41. The Tigers are fifth best in college football in scoring and rank eighth in the nation in total yards with 570 yards.
Cincinnati Bearcats QB:
Junior quarterback Gunner Kiel has completed 63% of his throws for 805 yards with five touchdowns and four picks. In his lone road game at Miami Ohio Kiel hit on 15 of 26 passes for 145 yards with a touchdown.
Cincinnati Bearcats RB:
Green leads Cincinnati in carries with 49 rushes for 252 yards with three touchdowns. He is averaging 5.1 yards a carry on the season. On the road at Miami Ohio, Green had 19 carries for 66 yards and a touchdown.
The senior running back has 44 carries for 221 yards and a touchdown. He had 81 rushing yards in the road win at Miami Ohio last week on 17 carries for nearly 5 yards per rush.
Cincinnati Bearcats WR:
Holton had eight catches for 167 yards with two touchdowns. He is averaging nearly 21 yards per reception on the campaign.
The senior wide out has caught 17 balls for 166 yards and a touchdown. He had four grams for 44 yards last week at Miami Ohio.
Memphis Tigers QB:
The six foot seven inch junior quarterback has hit on 76% of his throws for 818 yards with six touchdowns and no picks. Last week at Bowling Green Lynch threw for 386 yards on 29 of 40 throws with three touchdowns.
Memphis Tigers RB:
Cooper leads the Tigers in carries with 36 on the year with 174 yards and three touchdowns. The sophomore back saw nine carries at Bowling Green and ran for just 15 yards for less than 2 yards per rush average.
The sophomore back has rushed 29 times for 143 yards with four touchdowns. At Bowling Green last week Dorceus ran for 75 yards on 16 carries with a touchdown and a long run of 17 yards.
Memphis Tigers WR:
A senior wide out Mose Frazier has 17 catches on the year for 232 yards with two touchdowns. He caught seven passes at Bowling Green last week for 66 yards with a long gain of 26 yards.
The Tigers sophomore wide receiver has nine catches on the season for 124 yards. Week two was his most productive with five catches for 68 yards with a long reception going for 32 yards.
Jones has seen significant action in all four years with the program. He has five receptions for 119 yards and two touchdowns. He caught three balls at Bowling Green for 98 yards and a touchdown. He had a catch go for 48 yards last week.