Jeff Edgerton hones in on the mammoth showdown between USC and Washington on Saturday and compiles his picks and predictions for the contest. Can the Huskies escape the Coliseum unscathed in the loss column?
Getting the right exposure to the high-scoring ACC Championship matchup between Pittsburgh and Wake Forest could be the key to Saturday's main slate on Draftkings, writes John McKechnie.
Chris Morgan gets you set for Week Zero of the college football season with his top plays for the first weekend of the season, including a look at Fresno State's Jalen Cropper who matches up against Connecticut
Nick Grays breaks down the biggest news items from the week in college football, including McKenzie Milton's return to action in Florida State's spring game on Saturday.
Jeff Edgerton breaks down the DFS night slate, where the USC-UCLA rivalry game takes center stage. Can a healthy Dorian Thompson-Robinson round back into form and rise to the occasion?
Jeff Edgerton breaks down Saturday night's DFS Slate, where Clemson may have to use Trevor Lawrence for all four quarters against a Miami team with some serious momentum coming into this matchup.
Jeff Edgerton ushers in the first DFS slate of the season with a look at Thursday's two-gamer. UAB draws a favorable matchup against an FCS opponent, which sets up star receiver Austin Watkins for a big night.
Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard is the runaway No.1 running back for 2020, but he's got some impressive competition on his heels. Find out who rounds out our top 36 with in-depth outlooks from our staff.
John McKechnie critiques his recent industry mock as offseason ADPs begin to take shape. With the fourth overall pick, Buffalo's Jaret Patterson was too good to pass up even with bigger names available.
John McKechnie unveils his Top 10 quarterbacks for 2020 in Pt. II of his early positional rankings, where Justin Fields has a firm grasp on the top spot on a list that features unexpected names elsewhere.
John McKechnie offers up his first installment of quarterback rankings for the 2020 season with a look at QBs 25 through 11. Can Trevor Lawrence find another level of production in Year 3 at Clemson?