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JUSTIN HARDY, AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS WILL BE HUGE IN WEEK 3

Daniel Dobish September 12, 2013 6:27PM EDT
Justin Hardy is not a stretch for Fantasy owners in Week 3. Photo Credit: Daniel E. Dobish

Justin Hardy is not a stretch for Fantasy owners in Week 3. Photo Credit: Daniel E. Dobish

Some of the games this weekend aren’t exactly marquee, with the exception of the much-anticipated Alabama-Texas A&M battle. That’s OK, though, as they all count just the same for Fantasy owners.

Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater should do tremendous damage this weekend against rival Kentucky. Last season against the Wildcats he was 19-of-21 for 232 yards in a win, but no touchdowns. Look for Teddy to rectify that, adding to his credentials for the Heisman Trophy. Oregon QB Marcus Mariota should also fare well at home against Tennessee in what should be another high-scoring affair. Either way, you really can’t go wrong. One of the more underrated games of the weekend might be Washington-Illinois, as QBs Keith Price and Nathan Scheelhaase try to one-up each other.

Speaking of Washington, the Huskies welcome back all-everything TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who was suspended for the opening game win against Boise State. It’s another weapon in the arsenal for Price. Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks should be in line for another big week, and don’t sleep on Boston College WR Alex Amidon. He has quietly jelled with QB Chase Rettig to form one of the most underrated duos in college football.

Lastly, I hit the Florida Atlantic-East Carolina game last Thursday and was fortunate enough to catch the photo above of WR Justin Hardy. He is an impressive specimen, and a must-start in College Fantasy Football each week, regardless of competition.

Dobish’s 2013 College Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings – Week 3

QUARTERBACKS RUNNING BACKS WIDE RECEIVERS TIGHT ENDS
1. Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville 1. Bishop Sankey, Washington 1. DeVante Parker, Louisville 1. Chris Coyle, Arizona State
2. Marcus Mariota, Oregon 2. Storm Woods, Oregon State 2. Brandin Cooks, Oregon State 2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington
3. Tommy Rees, Notre Dame 3. David Sims, Georgia Tech 3. Justin Hardy, East Carolina 3. Xavier Grimble, Southern California
4. Sean Mannion, Oregon State 4. Mike Davis, South Carolina 4. Alex Amidon, Boston College 4. Troy Niklas, Notre Dame
5. Trevor Knight, Oklahoma 5. Jordan Hall, Ohio State 5. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt 5. Jon Davis, Illinois
6. Nathan Scheelhaase, Illinois 6. Amir Carlisle, Notre Dame 6. Chris Harper, California 6. Taylor McNamara, Oklahoma
7. Keith Price, Washington 7. Jonathan Williams, Arkansas 7. Marqise Lee, Southern California 7. Connor Hamlett, Oregon State
8. Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech 8. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska 8. Allen Robinson, Penn State 8. Malcolm Johnson, Mississippi State
9. Jared Goff, California 9. Mark Weisman, Iowa 9. Spencer Harris, Illinois 9. Austin Tate, Arkansas
10. Connor Shaw, South Carolina 10. Jeff Scott, Mississippi 10. Mike Davis, Texas 10. Ernst Brun, Iowa State

 

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