The wide receiver landscape for college fantasy football will look a little different in 2016. Productive wideouts now in the NFL include Corey Coleman, Laquon Treadwell, Josh Doctson, Will Fuller and Sterling Shepard.
It doesn’t matter if it’s NFL or college fantasy football; quarterback is arguably the most important position when it comes to drafting a team that can compete for a championship. In college, it also should come as no surprise that the No.
Week 6 is here already and now it is time to make a push for the fantasy playoffs. If your team is in the middle of the pack, every roster move you make from this point on can propel you up in the standings or bring your team closer to irrelevancy.
Start Nathan Scheelhaase, QB-Illinois at Nebraska Dual-threat quarterbacks have had a ton of success against Pelini’s defense in the recent past. Why should anything be different this week?
The 2012 college football season doesn't kick off until August 30, but we at Athlon Sports and some of our friends couldn't wait, so we decided to go ahead and get an early start by doing our first mock draft.
Not surprisingly, Wisconsin's Montee Ball, a Heisman Trophy finalist who set the NCAA scoring record with 39 total touchdowns last season, was the No. 1 overall pick followed by fellow running back Robbie Rouse from Fresno State.
Fall college fantasy football drafts are right around the corner and Athlon is here to help win your league in 2012. Rankings will be updated right up until kickoff and expect plenty of tweaks to over the next couple of months.