Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 11/7/12
The regular season is over in many college fantasy leagues and Week 11 marks the beginning of the playoffs. For those of you competing in your leagues playoffs, here is a look at some guys who might fill in nicely for owners in need of a potential diamond in the rough.Keenan Reynolds Navy QB vs. Troy: Reynolds tore up Florida Atlantic last week to the tune of 306 total yards and three total scores. He now has racked up 13 total touchdowns in the last four games and has the Navy offense running on all cylinders. This freshman could do some real damage this week against a Troy defense that is ranked 90th in the country in total defense. Expect a few scores and a nice yardage total from this Midshipman in Week 11.Clint Chelf Oklahoma State QB vs. West Virginia: Chelf came on in relief last week when starting QB Wes Lunt went out with a concussion. He responded with 266 total yards and a score against a tough Kansas State defense. This junior could go ballistic this week against West Virginia if Lunt is unable to go. The Mountaineers pass defense is the worst in all of college football, allowing an average of 350 passing yards per game. Monitor the health of Wes Lunt and be sure to plug Chelf into the lineup should Lunt be unable to answer the bell. Devin Gardner Michigan QB vs. Northwestern:  Gardner was thrust into action last week against Minnesota when Denard Robinson was unable to go. He looked very good considering he had been playing WR all season and showed why he was such a highly recruited QB. He could put up silly stats this week against a Northwestern defense that is ranked 107th against the pass in 2012. Gardner could be a terrific option if he is under center this week. Check the injury status of Denard Robinson and plug in Gardner if Robinson is a scratch in Week 11. Cody Wells La Monroe QB vs. Arkansas State: Wells was called into action when starting QB Kolton Browning was lost to a foot injury against La Lafayette. Wells put up decent numbers in relief and could be very effective this week against Arkansas State in a Sun Belt showdown. Fantasy owners could do much worse than Wells this weekend.Adam Muema San Diego State RB vs. Air Force: Muema has scored a rushing touchdown in all but two games this season and is coming off of back to back 100 plus yard efforts. He could put up huge numbers this week against an Air Force run defense that is ranked 114th in the nation and has allowed 24 rushing touchdowns this season. This sophomore will likely see a heavy dose of carries in Week 11 and could light up Air Force in a big way.John White Utah RB vs. Washington: White has been a huge fantasy disappointment in 2012, but is starting to show signs of life with back to back games of over 100 yards rushing and four rushing touchdowns. He could tear up a Washington run defense that comes in ranked 92nd in the country. Look for White go over the 100-yard mark for the third straight game in Week 11 and provide fantasy owners with the boost they have been waiting all for out of this Ute. Kevin Parks Virginia RB vs. Miami: Parks is coming off a 115-yard effort against NC State and has topped the 100-yard mark in two of the last three games. He does share carries with Perry Jones, but is getting the ball enough to produce good fantasy stats. He could be in line for a big effort this week against a horrific Miami run defense that is ranked 119th in the country. Look for Parks to pound on the Hurricanes and cross the century mark with ease this week. A score or two out of Parks are quite possible as well.Malcolm Mitchell Georgia WR vs. Auburn: Mitchell had a solid freshman campaign last year as a WR, but was moved to CB this fall to help out the Georgia secondary. He has been used as a wide out over the past four games and has responded with 284 yards and two scores over that time frame. This talented sophomore could find plenty of open space this week against a terrible Auburn defense. The Tigers will likely have no answer for the Georgia passing attack and Mitchell could fare very well. Look for Mitchell to find the end zone in Week 11.Xavier Rush Tulane WR vs. Memphis: Rush has piled up 222 yards receiving and three scores over the past two weeks. He has become a big part of the Tulane passing game, which has been clicking lately and could have a big game this week against Memphis. The Tigers secondary is allowing over 260 yards per game and will likely have trouble slowing down the Green Wave this week. Don’t be surprised to see Rush go over 100 yards receiving and add at least one score in Week 11.Josh Stewart Oklahoma State WR vs. West Virginia: Stewart has put up consistent receptions and yardage total this season, while only scoring three times. His scoring troubles could be solved this week with West Virginia coming to Stillwater. The Mountaineers are absolutely horrific against the pass and will likely have no answer for the high-powered passing game of Oklahoma State. Start Stewart and don’t look back!Defense:Rutgers vs. ArmyTexas Tech vs. KansasWestern Kentucky vs. Florida AtlanticArizona vs. ColoradoSan Jose State vs. New Mexico StateClemson vs. MarylandGeorgia vs. AuburnBoise State vs. HawaiiUCF vs. UTEPNotre Dame vs. Boston CollegeBYU vs. IdahoUCLA vs. Washington State
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