Wyoming Cowboys running back Xazavian Valladay (6) runs with the ball (Photo by Justin Fine/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Wyoming Cowboys running back Xazavian Valladay (6) runs with the ball (Photo by Justin Fine/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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STATE COLLEGE, PA – NOVEMBER 30: A football rests on the field during the first half of the game between the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Beaver Stadium on November 30, 2019 in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

We have a big week of college football DFS coming our way. Sure, the MAC moved to Saturday (which is more than mildly disappointing), but we have two full days on Friday and Saturday, not to mention a college football DFS slate on Thanksgiving!

The Friday slate features a strong eight game slate for the early part of the day. It was supposed to be nine, but we know at least one game is getting the axe every week at this point. The one of the chopping block Friday is Southern Miss and UAB.

Let’s get to what we do have. How about Notre Dame heading to Chapel Hill? There’s DFS goodness in that one. Central Florida heads over to Tampa to take on USF. That’s a nice one too. How about Iowa-Nebraska? Interesting.

UMass is back in action against a Liberty team coming off their first loss. Iowa State can clinch a spot in the Big 12(10) Championship team if they can take out Bevo in Austin. We do have a little bit of MACtion with Central Michigan heading over to Ypsilanti. Wyoming heads to Vegas to take on the oddsmakers and UNLV. We cap it off with The Big Game out west. We can guarantee that no band will be on the field this time.

I had a productive Saturday last week. My Ohio State-Indiana game stack got me a top 50 finish in the early and I got a night slate takedown thanks to getting Michigan’s and Rutgers’ top receivers right. Let’s see if we can keep it going for this week!

The scoring for DraftKings college football is much the same as it is for the NFL with one notable exception: the super flex! That means aside from the flex position which is RB/WR, you can add another player from any position! Want four running backs? Go right ahead! Five wide receivers? Sure! Two quarterbacks? Of course! Just stay under the salary cap!

The super flex replaces the defense, which is essential in college football. This is all about the offense. College football DFS scoring realizes that!

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