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Spring Preview: 5 Fantasy Questions for the SEC

Posted on March 03, 2015 by Mike Bainbridge

What are the major fantasy questions to ponder as we head into spring ball in the mighty SEC?


1.     Who steps up to replace Amari Cooper and DeAndrew White for Alabama?

I am not sure we will have an answer to this question until a few weeks into the season for the Crimson Tide. Not only are they losing a Heisman Trophy finalist in Amari Cooper, but the sure-handed DeAndrew White and the speedy Christion Jones as well. That is nearly 2,500 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns gone for whoever takes over the starting job at quarterback as well this season. So who is left at the position for Alabama? While the top four is set for the most part, the question will likely filter into the fall as to who can establish themselves ahead of the rest. Sophomores Robert Foster, Cam Sims and Adarius Stewart will join junior Chris Black to form a group that has just 48 career catches between them. While inexperienced, they do not lack for talent as all four were four-star prospects coming out of high school. Look for this group to grow as the season progresses, but don’t expect any one player to hit Amari Cooper-like numbers in 2015.

Spring Preview: 5 Fantasy Questions for the ACC

Posted on March 03, 2015 by Mike Bainbridge

What are the major fantasy questions to ponder as we head into spring ball in the ACC?


1.     How does Florida State replace all of the star-power?

Not many schools can make up losing their starting quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end all in one offseason, but Florida State has more than enough talent leftover in the pipeline due to their success in recruiting. Six offensive recruits of four-stars or better are coming in this offseason including two quarterbacks (De’Andre Johnson and Deondre Francois) that could immediately compete with Sean McGuire to take over for Jameis Winston under center. Running back is less of a concern after seeing the talent Dalvin Cook possesses late last season as the primary back, topping 1,000 yards in his freshman season. At receiver, FSU will need someone to step up opposite Travis Rudolph who also had a solid debut as a freshman. Ermon Lane, redshirt freshman Ja’Vonn Harrison and true freshman George Campbell are primary candidates. Replacing Nick O’Leary may prove to be the most difficult task, due to his receiving and in-line blocking abilities. Ryan Izzo will get the first crack at replacing the All-American tight end.

Spring Preview: 5 Fantasy Questions for the Big 12

Posted on February 19, 2015 by Mike Bainbridge

What are the major fantasy questions to ponder as we head into spring ball for the Big 12 schools?


1.     Can Trevone Boykin match his 2014 numbers?

The prohibitive favorite to be this year’s top pick in most college football fantasy drafts will have his work cut out for him if he wants to top last year’s numbers of 42 total touchdowns and over 4,600 yards of total offense. But Boykin was thought to have his work cut out for him last season when Matt Joeckel stepped on campus and looked what happened there.