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п»їCollege football DFS picks December 29: Cowboy up!
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)
College football DFS picks December 29: Cowboy up!
We are now on to two-a-days for the bowl season and the college football DFS slates. Today features Oklahoma State and Miami in the Cheez-It Bowl at the Bounce House. This is followed by Texas and Colorado in the Alamodome. This is one of my favorite days of bowl season based on matchups alone! And yes, part of it is because Miami hasn't scored a touchdown in a bowl game since the first half of the 2017 Orange Bowl against Wisconsin.
I had the wrong CCU receivers on Saturday and too much Marable. It was one of the few total losses on a college football DFS slate of the season. Let's get back on the right side of things!
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!
Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State football (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
College football DFS quarterback picks December 29:
Top Tier:
Sam Ehlinger is the highest priced player on the slate and I just can't see paying that for him. The Colorado pass was solid and Ehlinger doesn't really run anymore. Why pay that kind of premium for him when you can have the true dual threat of D'Eriq King for $600 less? Yeah, I know Miami has been awful in bowls lately. They will be here too, but they'll get some points for a change. If you're paying up for a QB, make sure it's King.
Middle Tier:
It was a rough start to the season for Spencer Sanders from an injury in the first series of the season and COVID concerns, but he put up some good numbers down the stretch. I'm not a believer in the Miami defense. They are ball hawks, but they give up some big plays and can be had by good running games. Sanders will give a couple away, but he has elite talent around him on this offense. Enough for him to put up a strong stat line for the money.
Bargain Shoppers:
The Texas defense is outstanding among the front seven, but the back four leaves a lot to be desired. Enter Sam Noyer, who looked good against questionable secondaries all season. Utah and San Diego State still couldn't hold him low enough to get me off of him as a value play here.
Dec 5, 2020; Tucson, Arizona, USA; Colorado Buffaloes running back Jarek Broussard (23) runs with the ball against the Arizona Wildcats during the first half at Arizona Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports.
College football DFS running back picks December 29:
Top Tier:
Texas put up good numbers against the run this year. Part of it is the Big 12(10)'s leaning towards pass-heavy offenses. Some of it was a couple of really bad teams in this conference. Most of it is good line and linebacker play. Jarek Broussard might be better than any back in the Big 12(10) right now. I don't see Texas holding him back that much. I'm high on Broussard here as well.
Middle Tier:
It took most of the season, but Texas finally has some kind of backfield rotation. Bijan Robinson is electric and could be a problem for the Ralphies. Colorado was middle of the pack against the run this year, but they did allow seven rushing touchdowns in five games. The caveat here is that Roschon Johnson and Sam Ehlinger are touchdown poachers. Robinson needs to break a long run or two to make him worthwhile.
Whoever Oklahoma State has gone to at running back has been nothing short of excellent this year. The only one that wasn't was Chuba Hubbard. You know, the guy who opted out for the draft. True freshman Dominic Richardson dazzled last week. It was Dezmon Jackson the two weeks before that. It's hard to know how the Cowboys are going to split this up, but this team will run enough to make both of them worth the gamble. I'm leaning towards Jackson, but I'll see who's starting first.
Bargain Shoppers:
For value. Jackson and Roschon Johnson both will see enough carries and were starters for long enough that we could see the teams revert to that for the bowl game. Regardless, I trust both of them over any Miami backs.
Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State football (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images)
College football DFS wide receiver picks December 29:
Top Tier:
Tylan Wallace didn't opt out, so he's going to be a great target for Sanders. Miami's secondary will give up some big plays. This is a great matchup for Wallace and a good chance for him to shake off an inconsistent season and launch his draft stock back into the first round.
Mike Harley is faster than many of the motorcycles that he shares a name with. He'll break at least one here, which makes him worth a look in GPP formats. Brevin Jordan will be the guy with the more consistent stat line since I see King having to check down a few times.
Middle Tier:
Dillon Stoner came up huge for the Cowboys yet again when half the team was COVIDed. His 247 yards against Baylor were almost half of his season total though, so don't get too excited. Wallace is going to take a lot of that thunder away.
Brenden Rice is electric just like his father Jerry, but Colorado hasn't given him enough chances to warrant paying this for him. Rice hasn't caught more than two passes in a game or been targeted more than three times. He's a huge risk and you're paying for a ceiling game. That's a dangerous way to play DFS. However, the absence of Brady Russell could mean more targets for Rice. La'Vontae Shenault is going to get most of the looks, but Rice is the guy who can break the slate.
The lack of a big play receiver castrated the Texas offense this season. They finally got their running back situation figured out, but they found no one to replace Collin Johnson or Devin Duvernay. Jake Smith is the only Texas receiver I feel remotely good about with Brennan Eagles opting out of the Alamo Bowl.
Bargain Shoppers:
K.D. Nixon is still way too cheap. Nixon is the most consistent Colorado receiver and comes at a nice value here. The Texas defense can be had. Nixon hasn't scored a touchdown this year, but he's not priced like he needs to score one either. As long as Nixon hauls in four or five passes, he's done what we need him to do.
Joshua Moore was supposed to be the next big Texas receiver. Now he has four combined catches in the last four games. However, he's primed for a rebound with Eagles out. I like Moore as a sneaky GPP play, but he's still a massive risk.
Washington State transfer Tay Martin came on some at the end of the year for Oklahoma State, but I don't see him being a big factor in this game. Sanders looks to Martin near the end of his progressions. If you think Miami forces him to dump more then Martin is a decent punt.
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY – SEPTEMBER 19: Brevin Jordan #9 of the Miami Hurricanes runs the ball against the Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium on September 19, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
College football DFS core plays December 29:
There are some interesting GPP options on this slate and there aren't a lot of sure things that aren't that expensive. Cash game staples are more common on this one, but most of them are viable in GPP formats as well.
Cash game staples:
D'Eriq King, QB, Miami.
Jarek Broussard, RB, Colorado.
Dezmon Jackson, RB, Oklahoma State.
Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State.
Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami.
K.D. Nixon, WR, Colorado.
This is a slate where you can get creative in deep field GPP's by stacking up on running backs. There aren't any cheap quarterbacks that are head and shoulders above the position players.
GPP only pivot plays:
Sam Noyer, QB, Colorado.
Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas.
Dominic Richardson, RB, Oklahoma State.
Mike Harley, WR, Miami.
Brenden Rice, WR, Colorado.
Jake Smith, WR, Texas.
Oklahoma State (GPP only)
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Donnie Walsh, former Knicks and Pacers executive, announces retirement from basketball.
Walsh spent more than two decades as an NBA GM.
Donnie Walsh is one of the most accomplished NBA executives of the past several decades. He turned the Indiana Pacers into a consistent winner and even built the only New York Knicks roster to win more than 50 games this century. But after a career spanning almost 40 years, Walsh has announced his retirement from professional basketball in an interview with Matthew VanTryon of The Indianapolis Star.
"I'm getting older and don't have the energy," said Walsh, 79. "It's a young man's sport. This job has always occupied a great deal of my time. The Pacers were always in my head. This gives me an opportunity to pay attention to my children, my grandchildren and my wife (Judy) of 58 years."
Walsh joined the Pacers in 1984 and became their general manager in 1986. They missed the playoffs only five times over the next 22 seasons under Walsh's stewardship, and with one of his first draft picks in Reggie Miller leading the way, they consistently contended for championships. They fell two games short during the 1999-2000 season, though, and never made it back to the NBA Finals.
In 2008, Walsh left the Pacers to take on one of the NBA's greatest challenges: resuscitating the New York Knicks. He very nearly succeeded in doing so, spending several years clearing cap space for the free-agent frenzy of 2010 and recruiting Amar'e Stoudemire with that space. That helped him land Carmelo Anthony through trade, and suddenly, the Knicks had the foundation of their 54-win 2012-13 roster.
He didn't get to see his project through, though, as he resigned in 2011. His replacement, Glen Grunwald, prematurely used New York's amnesty clause on the expiring contract of Chauncey Billups in order to chase Tyson Chandler in free agency. That deprived the Knicks of the cap flexibility they needed to pursue Anthony's close friend, Chris Paul, a year later, and as a result, the Knicks never improved upon that 54-win season.
He returned to the Pacers for a brief stint as president of basketball operations after Larry Bird stepped down, but has largely worked as a consultant to the team ever since. Now, he retires as one of the winningest executives in basketball history. He may not have a championship ring, but he took both of his teams closer than they've come before or since. That may one day be enough to get him into the Hall of Fame.

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