Found November 20, 2012 on Football Nation:
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Did you have Tajh Boyd, Montel Harris or Tavon Austin in your fantasy lineups over the weekend? If so, you're likely dancing your way into your college fantasy football title game this week. Here's what we learned from a wacky Week 12:1. Just how good would Tavon Austin be as a full-time running back?  21 carries for 344 yards and a couple scores against a pretty good Oklahoma defense.  2. Those of you who were worried about Johnny Manziel seeing limited time in a blowout win over Sam Houston State learned a valuable lesson. Don't ever question the power of Sweep The Leg.  He came through big-time with a 44-point performance.3. Is Dri Archer the most underrated running back in the country?  The dude doesn't get many rushing attempts thanks to the presence of Trayion Durham, but it doesn't matter.  Dri averages 10.3 yards per attempt!  His rushing statline of 125-1284-14 sure meshes well with his 28-400-4 receiving.  4. Having Robbie Rouse on bye hurt many a fanta...
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