College Fantasy Football is Back and here are my tips in order of importance getting right into it. There is good news and bad news though, about the restart of CFB Fantasy. That is that there is much less technical info on the game then in the professional level of NFL, unless a service really offers something I have not seen before. The great news is that there is no advantage anyone else should have as far as paying for Optimizers, spreadsheets, cheatsheets, and Lineup generators for NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL.
as always in fantasy sports, vegas lines matter in every sport.
2. CFB Depth Charts.
The depth charts are supposed to be most reliable on ourlads.com. They can however even be found directly on the DrafKings site when entering your lineups. I have noticed for the Thurseday slate to start the season, that there is a QB, as a tip, that is less expensive than the supposed starter, per Dratkings for Texas A&M. However ourlads has the 2nd most expensive option as the staring QB for $900 less salary. Maybe this could be a split QB comp