2023 College Football Streamers Week 13

by Corey Pieper
2023 College Football Week 13 Streamers

If you're reading the college fantasy football streamers article this late in the season, congratulations must be in order! Somehow, this is already the final week of the college fantasy football season which means championships are decided this week.

Because it is championship week, chances are very high that you already have a strong roster. At this point, I imagine most of the streamers are injury fill-ins. Unfortunately, we saw one of the premiere players in college football, Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis, go down this past Saturday with a devastating ankle injury that will end his fabulous collegiate career.

Thank you for reading the college football articles all season. It has been an enjoyable experience for myself, and has caused me to dive deeper in the player pool than I typically would have on my own.

If you enjoyed my college fantasy football work, you can catch me in the offseason helping elsewhere at Fantasy Six Pack. I'll be doing some additional articles for the fantasy baseball department for sure.

Otherwise, thanks for hanging with me all year, and below you'll find the last of the college football streamers for the 2023 season.

2023 College Football Week 13 Streamers

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Noah Fifita, QB, Arizona Wildcats

Resdhirt freshman Noah Fifita has Arizona rolling. Arizona is now a top-20 ranked team that has won its last five games, including two against top-25 opponents in Oregon State and Utah. The team has scored at least 27 points on offense in all five of those victories. While the team can move the ball effectively both rushing and passing, Fifta has led the charge. He has thrown at least two touchdowns in each of his last four games.

There is no reason to expect the touchdown trend to stop this weekend. The Wildcats take on their in-state rival the Arizona State Sun Devils. There has been progress made under first-year head coach Kenny Dillingham, but the Sun Devils are still a struggling defense. Fifita is a solid floor play who should be able to contribute at least mid-20s in fantasy production this week.

Rashad Amos, RB, Miami of Ohio Redhawks

Rashad Amos was off even the most astute college football fan's radar before the season started. Understandably as through his first three seasons of college football, Amos had a total of 20 carries for 106 yards over three seasons. Of course, that was in the challenging SEC with South Carolina. This offseason, he transferred to the MAC conference and has begun to excel recently.

Since conference play has started, Amos has scored at least one touchdown in every game. In the last two games against Akron and Buffalo, Amos has scored multiple touchdowns. He has also seen an increased workload recently with at least 15 carries in his last three games. This week's game is against Ball State. That should mean plenty of carries and plenty of production to use Amos in your college fantasy football league.

Brennan Presley, WR, Oklahoma State Cowboys

Wide receiver has the most streaming options at this point in the season. James Madison wide receiver Elijah Sarratt continues to be drastically under-owned at just 21% even though he is now a top-20 wide receiver since the start of October. UTEP wide receiver Kelly Akharaiyi has scored at least 24 fantasy points in four of the past five weeks and is only 13% rostered. Both are certainly usable, but my actual recommendation is Oklahoma State wide receiver Brennan Presley.

Presley saw 19 targets this past Saturday at Houston! He was able to catch 15 of those targets for 189 yards, but unfortunately no touchdowns. It was the first time that he had received that target volume, but he was able to show that he deserved a bigger workload going forward.

This week the Cowboys take on the BYU Cougars. BYU has found their first season in the Big 12 conference to be difficult. The Cougars are now 2-6 within conference play. My only concern is that Oklahoma State could also choose to lean on their star running back Ollie Gordon. I fully expect the Cowboys to move the ball. Presley should be the recipient of that movement in the passing game.

Dan Villari, TE, Syracuse Orange

Back-to-back weeks Dan Villari is going to be the recommendation for the tight end position. Last week, it was a tentative recommendation, as we had exactly one week of production from him. While this latest week wasn't quite as productive, Villari was still able to take 12 carries for 81 rushing yards and a touchdown. He also added more of a passing element this week as he played quarterback. Villari completed all 12 passes he attempted, but only for 59 yards.

When discussing the college fantasy football tight end position, that is more than good enough to pick up and play. Syracuse's next opponent is the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Wake Forest's rushing defense is in the middle of the pack nationally, but recently the team has really struggled. Last week, Notre Dame running back Audric Estime ran for 115 yards. The week before that the NC State Wolfpack ran for 268 yards as a team! Syracuse should recognize that weakness and give Villari more wildcat rushing opportunities. Plus, if he completes a touchdown throw or two it could be a monster game for a tight end-eligible player.

Nebraska Cornhuskers D/ST

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Last week, the streaming options for defenses were abundant with many of the top teams scheduling themselves an 'easy' game before rivalry Saturday. Of course, don't tell that to Auburn who paid New Mexico State handsomely to come to Jordan-Hare Stadium and soundly defeat them.

This Saturday is college football rivalry weekend so most of the matchups should be relatively equal. Therefore, I'm looking to pick on a weak offense. Considering that Iowa has already clinched its half of the Big Ten conference, they wouldn't seem to fit that mold. However, they have a near historically bad offense averaging under 14 points per game in Big Ten play!

Even though Nebraska has lost its last three games, they have been playing good defense. This past weekend was the most points they allowed since the start of October, and it was still only 24 points to the Wisconsin Badgers. This has all the makings of a very low-scoring game that will involve some splash plays by the defense which lead to good fantasy production.


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