This article is part of our College Football DFS: Night Slate series.
It's a rarity, but FanDuel and DraftKings share an identical slate or their Saturday evening CFB offerings, so we'll be able to cover all bases at once.
Arizona State (-5.5) @ Washington O/U: 45.5
Kentucky (-21) @ Vanderbilt O/U: 52.5
Texas A&M (-2.5) @ Mississippi O/U: 52.5
Arkansas (-2.5) @ LSU O/U: 59
Texas (-30.5) vs. Kansas O/U: 62
Notre Dame (-6.5) @ Virginia O/U: 63
Wake Forest (-1) vs. N.C. State O/U: 64.5
Oklahoma State (-11.5) vs. TCU O/U: 54
ASU/WASH: 80% chance of rain, 4 m.p.h. Winds, 49 degrees
There's no way around it on the slate - you'll have to spend up at quarterback. You will fall behind the pace if you don't go elite.
Sam Hartman, Wake Forest (DK $10,200, FD $11,000) vs. N.C. State
Although there likely be a surprise game from a signal-caller further down in the player pool, Hartman is a near-lock to provide over 30 FP of production in what should be a shootout. With Virginia's Brennan Armstrong a game-time decision, Hartman becomes the clear-cut elite option atop the quarterback rankings, and one look at his numbers cements that fact. Hartman is as accurate as he is prolific, with 2,867 yards, 27 touchdowns, five interceptions and a 63.2 percent pass completion percentage. He's also taken the ball himself with 62 attempts for 286 yards and an impressive eight touchdowns. The Wolfpack represents Wake's stiffest defense to date, but Wake lives and dies through the air, and Hartman