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2017 IDP Fantasy Outlook - Telvin Smith

Stop us if you've heard this one before, but close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. Well, at least in hand grenades. Some of our top teams had some close calls this week, but only one fell victim and dropped from our rankings, and it wasn't even close. Here's our Top 10 as of... Read More

Just spent a few days--on assignment, as we journalists like to say--in Vegas. Sadly, we didn't have even a moment to place a bet at a--legal--sports book. Too bad. We think we might have made some coin on a few of the teams in our rankings for this week. With no gambling wins to drown... Read More

Call this week a washout. No, not just because a few games had to be cancelled or postponed due to Hurricane Irma (thoughts are with you, friends in Florida), but because most of the big teams faced rather small opponents. Alabama took on Fresno State... Wisconsin "battled" Florida Atlantic... However, those teams that did take... Read More

College football is back, which almost makes working on Labor Day worth it. Almost. Unfortunately, Rotoballer College Sports HQ is a non-union shop. Oh well, one week down and 12, 13, 14 or... more to go, and what have we learned? Other than the fact that Alabama is better than Florida State? Not much. Here's... Read More

We're in denial. Summer isn't over. College football hasn't started--at least not for Rice--and Clemson didn't really beat Alabama in last season's BCS Championship Game. Okay, we know the last one isn't "fake news." And, indeed, college football begins in earnest with a full slate of games this weekend and, as usual, Nick Saban's Alabama... Read More

We know. It's hard to think about your 2018 fantasy football draft while you're still preparing for this season's selections. But with gaming centered on college sports significantly limited by those pesky regulators, we here at Rotoballer College Sports HQ need to be focused on the future. Otherwise, we'd be spending all our time in... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Punter 1. Austin Rehkow Idaho 6-3 205 2. Cameron Johnston Ohio State 5-11 195 3. Kenny Allen Michigan 6-3 225 4. Miles Bergner South Dakota 6-0 235 5. Toby Baker Arkansas 6-3 205 Check out the rest of the RankingsThis is constantly being updated.. CFB & College Football Chat Room Hot... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Kicker 1. Jake Elliott Memphis 5-9 165 2. Zane Gonzalez Arizona State 6-0 200 3. Andy Phillips Utah 5-10 210 4. YoungHoo Koo Georgia Southern 5-9 190 5. Rigoberto Sanchez Hawaii 5-11 190 Check out the rest of the RankingsThis is constantly being updated.. CFB & College Football Chat Room Hot... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Safety 1. *Malik Hooker Ohio State 6-2 205 2. *Jamal Adams LSU 6-0 210 3. *Jabrill Peppers Michigan 6-0 205 4. *Marcus Williams Utah 6-0 195 5. *Budda Baker Washington 5-10 195 6. Josh Harvey-Clemons Louisville 6-4 230 7. Lorenzo Jerome Saint Francis (PA) 5-10 205 8. *Josh Jones NC State... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Cornerbacks 1. *Marlon Humphrey Alabama 6-1 195 2. Desmond King Iowa 5-11 205 3. *Teez Tabor Florida 6-0 200 4. Chidobe Awuzie Colorado 5-11 205 5. *Sidney Jones Washiington 6-0 185 6. *Marshon Lattimore Ohio State 6-0 195 7. TreDavious White LSU 6-0 185 8. Cameron Sutton Tennessee 5-11 185 9.... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Inside Linebacker 1. Reuben Foster Alabama 6-1 240 2. *Raekwon McMillan Ohio State 6-2 240 3. *Anthony Walker Jr. Northwestern 6-1 235 4. Jarrad Davis Florida 6-1 240 5. Marquel Lee Wake Forest 6-3 240 6. Kendell Beckwith LSU 6-2 250 7. Conner Harris Lindenwood 5-11 245 8. Jayon Brown UCLA... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Outside Linebacker 1. *Zach Cunningham Vanderbilt 6-3 230 2. Tim Williams Alabama 6-3 255 3. Ryan Anderson Alabama 6-2 260 4. *T.J. Watt Wisconsin 6-4 245 5. Haason Reddick Temple 6-1 240 6. Takkarist McKinley UCLA 6-2 260 7. Devonte Fields Louisville 6-3 245 8. Steven Taylor Houston 6-1 225 9.... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Defensive Tackle 1. Jonathan Allen Alabama 6-3 290 2. *Malik McDowell Michigan State 6-5 280 3. *Elijah Qualls Washington 6-1 320 4. *Vincent Taylor Oklahoma State 6-2 310 5. *Nazair Jones UNC 6-5 295 6. *Caleb Brantley Florida 6-2 300 7. Dalvin Tomlinson Alabama 6-3 315 8. Carlos Watkins Clemson 6-3... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Defensive End 1. *Myles Garrett Texas A&M 6-4 270 2. *Derek Barnett Tennessee 6-3 265 3. *Solomon Thomas Stanford 6-2 270 4. DeMarcus Walker Florida State 6-2 275 5. *Charles Harris Missouri 6-2 255 6. Taco Charlton Michigan 6-5 275 7. Tanoe Kpassagnon Villanova 6-7 280 8. Dawuane Smoot Illinois 6-3... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Centers 1. Ethan Pocic LSU 6-6 310 2. Pat Elflein Ohio State 6-2 300 3. Kyle Fuller Baylor 6-4 305 4. Cameron Tom Southern Miss 6-3 290 5. Chase Roullier Wyoming 6-3 320 6. Tyler Orlovsky West Virginia 6-3 290 7. Anthony McMeans New Mexico State 6-1 320 8. Jon Toth... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Offensive Guards 1. Dan Feeney Indiana 6-4 295 2. Nico Siragusa San Diego State 6-4 325 3. Dorian Johnson Pittsburgh 6-5 300 4. Forrest Lamp Western Kentucky 6-4 305 5. Zach Banner USC 6-8 360 6. Danny Isadora Miami 6-3 310 7. Dion Dawkins Temple 6-4 315 8. Nate Theaker Wayne... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Offensive Tackles 1. *Cam Robinson Alabama 6-6 310 2. *Roderick Johnson Florida State 6-6 310 3. Taylor Moton Western Michigan 6-5 330 4. *Ryan Ramczyk Wisconsin 6-6 315 5. Antonio Garcia Troy 6-6 295 6. *Garrett Bolles Utah 6-6 295 7. Will Holden Vanderbilt 6-7 315 8. Conor McDermott UCLA 6-8... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Tight Ends 1. O.J. Howard Alabama 6-6 250 2. *Bucky Hodges Virginia Tech 6-6 245 3. *David Njoku Miami 6-4 240 4. Jordan Leggett Clemson 6-5 265 5. Jake Butt Michigan 6-5 260 6. Evan Engram Ole Miss 6-3 240 7. *Adam Shaheen Ashland 6-5 275 8. Michael Roberts Toledo 6-4... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Wide Receivers 1. Corey Davis Western Michigan 6-3 215 2. *Mike Williams Clemson 6-3 225 3. *JuJu Smith-Schuster USC 6-2 220 4. *Isaiah Ford Virginia Ford 6-1 190 5. *John Ross Washington 5-11 190 6. Cooper Kupp Eastern Washington 6-1 200 7. Dede Westbrook Oklahoma 5-10 175 8. *Curtis Samuel Ohio... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Fullbacks 1. Freddie Stevenson Florida State 6-0 235 2. Sam Rogers Virginia Tech 5-10 230 3. Michael Zunica Kansas 5-11 230 Clemson 6-2 210 4. Anthony Firkser Harvard 6-2 225 5. Emmanuel Holder Towson 5-11 265 6. Prescott Line Michigan 5-11 255 7. Algernon Flowers BYU 6-0 260 8. Dakota Ball... Read More

  * Indicates Underclassmen Quarterbacks 1. *DeShone Kizer Notre Dame 6-4 230 2. *Mitch Trubisky UNC 6-3 220 3. *Deshaun Watson Clemson 6-2 210 4. *Brad Kaaya Miami 6-4 210 5. Cooper Rush Central Michigan 6-3 230 6. Nathan Peterman Pitt 6-2 225 7. *Jerod Evans Virginia Tech 6-2 240 8. *Pat Mahomes Texas Tech... Read More

All the games have been played. By now, we all know which team is the best in the country. The other top teams? Subjective. Arguably. So for our final rankings, we'll give you a preview of the players from the top teams who may be factors in your NFL fantasy drafts next fall (team won-loss... Read More

In all the talk this weekend about point spreads and margins of victory--with both being the key for some teams with BCS playoff hopes--it's worth reminding you, dear reader, that apparently it's okay to openly discuss wagering on college football, as long as it involves betting on the games, and not on individual player performance.... Read More

Ohio State presents college football with a very modern problem. The Buckeyes, at least if the Twitter-sphere is to be believed, will likely play for a national crown but won't play for a Big Ten championship, and have said they had no interest in playing for the conference title, preferring instead to rest a week longer... Read More

If we could skip the second and third spots in our Top 10 and rank teams #1 and then #4 through #12--without you, dear readers, thinking we were sniffing too much glue--then by gum we would do it. That's how strongly we feel that only one team, Alabama, has proved on a consistent basis that... Read More

If there's one lesson to be learned from the events of this past week, it's that we should not put a lot of credence into polls. And no, we're not talking about what happened on November 8. The tops of the BCS, the AP and the Coach's polls were all left in tatters after a... Read More

You don't have to be a history major to know that Ben Franklin once said: "In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." With all due respect to Franklin, we'd add one thing to his list: that Alabama, Clemson and Michigan are the top three college football teams in... Read More

  It may be Halloween today but, for us, the real scary stuff happened on Saturday. That's because a few teams that had been the bedrock of our Top 10 rankings--and a few others who had been a gleam in our eyes--did the unthinkable and unforgivable... they lost. By the time Brian Hill (a borderline... Read More

We still have a number of undefeated teams vying for top-four spots in the BCS rankings--meaning, one loss effectively ends a team's chances of lifting the only trophy that matters at the end. So, bye-bye Texas A&M, this week's biggest loser--even though there's no shame in losing at Tuscaloosa. And so long Ohio State (well,... Read More

Here at Rotoballer World College Football Headquarters--a place that makes the typical NFL locker room look like the men's room at Penn Station--we've made a bold decision: We are declaring the season over. That's right, just seven weeks in, if nothing else the most recent slate of games has reinforced our belief that the BCS... Read More

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