Week 2 of the college football season continues on DraftKings with the main Saturday slate featuring 12 games. This $15 slate has a prize pool of $200,000, with $50,000 going to the winner. And, as always, you can expect the winning lineup to have at least one three-man stack. Let’s take a look at the best stacking options on the slate:
Ohio State: QB C.J. Stroud ($8,600), WR Chris Olave ($7,200), Garrett Wilson ($5,900):
It took Stroud a little while to get going in his Ohio State debut last Thursday, but once he rounded into form, it was another brilliant performance by a Buckeyes’ quarterback. Stroud threw for four touchdowns, and Olave and Wilson accounted for three of them. This Oregon defense is very beatable, so there’s no reason to expect any letdown this week.
Tennessee: QB Joe Milton III ($8,000), WR Jalin Hyatt ($6,600), WR Cedric Tillman ($5,300):
Milton was able to do most of his damage last week against Bowling Green on the ground, rushing for two touchdowns. It doesn’t figure to be quite so simple against Pittsburgh, and though the passing numbers were modest last week, both Hyatt and Tillman hit double-figures in DK points. If Tillman, as expected, is forced to rely more on his arm in this game, all three are poised to produce at a high level.
Everyone in the Penn State/Ball State passing games:
The shootout potential here is real, and it’s spectacular. With the tremendous value on the majority of both teams’ secondary receivers, it is very easy to pair Penn State QB-WR combo Sean Clifford ($8,100) and Jahan Dotson ($7,000) with a value WR like Parker Washington ($4,000) or KeAndre Lambert-Smith ($3,900), then do the exact same thing with Ball State’s QB Drew Plitt ($6,100), top receiver Justin Hall ($6,300) and secondary receiver Yo’Heinz Tyler ($4,200). This construction allows for a pair of 7K running backs to fill out the lineup. Or a value back and subbing in an Ohio State receiver for one of the value WRs from this game.
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