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College Fantasy Football: Week 4 Waiver Wire Report


Still feel like you are missing a couple of pieces to solidify your roster?  Check out this weeks’ Waiver Wire

College Fantasy Football: Post-Week 4 Waiver Wire Report

Ford Childress, QB-West Virginia
Childress threw for a West Virginia freshman record 359 yards on Saturday, but more importantly, solidified himself as the Mountaineers’ starter.

Blake Bell, QB-Oklahoma
In addition to the four touchdowns Bell threw on Saturday, he passed 413 yards, which were the most passing yards by a Sooners quarterback making their first career start.

Charles Ross, RB-Rice
Ross has turned in two workhorse performances this season, totaling 46 carries for 264 yards and scoring four touchdowns for the Owls.

Shaun Wick, RB-Wyoming
Wick’s rushing numbers may not be eye-popping, but the sophomore back has totaled 314 yards from scrimmage and scored three touchdowns in three games.

Terron Ward, RB-Oregon State
Fellow running back Storm Woods (neck) is out indefinitely and Ward will start next week when the Beavers travel to San Diego State.

James Poole, RB-Utah
Poole shouldered 25 carries for 117 yards and added another 70 yards receiving in the Utes’ 51-48 overtime loss Saturday to Oregon State. It seems as if the sophomore has overtaken Kelvin York as the starting running back. 

Sterling Shepard, WR-Oklahoma
Now that the Sooners seem to have found themselves a quarterback, Shepard seems to be the receiver we thought he would be. The sophomore receiver hauled in eight passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns against Tulsa on Saturday.

Ty Montgomery, WR-Stanford
The tight ends usually dominate the Cardinal passing game, but the 6-foot-2 receiver has caught 10 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns from quarterback Kevin Hogan.

Jaydon Mickens, WR-Washington
Overshadowed by running back Bishop Sankey’s early season numbers, the sophomore receiver has been hauled in one-third of quarterback Keith Price’s 51 completions for 160 yards and a touchdown in the Huskies’ first two games.

Tyreese Russell, TE-Eastern Michigan
The Eagles should be playing from behind most of the season and Russell has already snagged 19 passes for 185 yards and a touchdown.

by Joe DiSalvo,
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