Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 11/19/12
For most leagues, this is the championship game so if you are still reading this, congratulations.  Hopefully with our help you have been able to tinker with your team throughout the season in an effort to arrive on the biggest college fantasy football stage.  You have made it this far and that deserves praise but don’t rest on your laurels just yet.  Take a look at the waiver finds we have scoured up for you and go claim that trophy! BCSDevin Gardner, QB- MichiganThe spectacular play of Gardner likely has Wolverine fans wondering why he wasn’t the starter all season but they can be thankful that he is now that they will be heading into their rivalry game against Ohio State.  Despite the heated nature of this game, Gardner should be a good start as he can get it done through the air and on the ground. Clint Chelf, QB- Oklahoma StateChelf was fantastic against a tough Texas Tech squad and therefore is worth picking up and playing in the Bedlam game against the Sooners.  It will be a tough game no doubt but Chelf’s ability to distribute the ball as well as scramble when needed, will allow him and the Pokes to put some points on Oklahoma.Bo Wallace, QB- Ole MissAfter his monstrous outing against LSU, Wallace is now worth playing in the Egg Bowl against Mississippi State.  Before last week I would have told you to sit him in the rivalry game but the offense is clicking and Wallace is getting things done through the air and the ground (two touchdowns passing and two rushing against the Tigers) so go ahead and play him.Marlin Lane, RB- TennesseeWhen the Volunteers take on Kentucky this weekend, they will not have a head coach but that will mean nothing to the stat line that Lane will put up on the toothless Wildcats.  Lane has been a steadying force in the ground game the past few weeks and should excel against a team that is giving up over 160 rushing yards per outing. Phillip Dorsett, WR- MiamiEver since suffering from a crippling case of the dropsies against Notre Dame, Dorsett had stunk it up but that ended two weeks ago against Virginia where he topped the 100-yard mark.  Last week he put up yet another 100+ yards against South Florida so expect the same in Week 13 against Duke.  This game is sure to see plenty of points which makes Dorsett a solid acquisition.Malcolm Mitchell, WR- GeorgiaMitchell has not set the world on fire since moving back to the offensive side of the ball but has been consistently reaching the endzone.  He has scored in the last four games and against the rival Yellow Jackets, he should keep the streak alive.  It is worth noting that Georgia Tech has allowed 20 touchdown passes this season.Non-BCSTerrance Owens, QB- ToledoOwens is only owned in less than 5% of leagues and is a phenomenal play this week against Akron.  The Rockets will run at will on the Zips but when they need to pass, Owens will be ready to toss a bomb or two to put points on the board. Taylor McHargue, QB- RiceWhenever a guy is responsible for 426 combined plays, he is worth playing against most opponents.  Such is the case with Rice’s Taylor McHargue who has thrown 287 passes and rushed the ball a team-high 139 times.  McHargue takes the Owls up against a UTEP defense that is giving up over 400 yards per game and almost 30 points so grab him if he is out there.Anthon Samuel, RB- Bowling GreenSamuel is owned in roughly 13% of leagues so there is a chance that he is available for this weekend’s game against Buffalo.  Samuel is building on his huge freshman campaign and should be able to eclipse the century mark against a Bulls defense that is allowing over 160 rushing yards per game. Chris Nwoke, RB- Colorado StateNwoke was supposed to be one of the top non-BCS tailbacks this season but injuries kept him grounded for the bulk of the season.  When healthy, he has shown his ability to not only grind out a game but also break the long run.  Nwoke is coming off an impressive performance against Boise State and now faces New Mexico who just happens to be giving up almost 180 rushing yards per game. Harry Peoples, WR- LouisianaPeoples has flown very far under the radar but is worth mentioning on the eve of a game against South Alabama.  If you are in a PPR league, then snag him right away as he has gathered 29 passes in the last three games.   The Jaguars are only giving up around 210 yards through the air per game but have allowed 21 touchdown passes. Antavious Wilson, WR- MarshallWith Aaron Dobson out of commission, Wilson has stepped up opposite Tommy Shuler to become the team’s top deep threat.  Add to the fact that the Thundering Herd are taking on a Houston team that has not looked like itself in quite a while and you have a recipe for a big day from the senior pass catcher.
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