2023 College Football Week 11 Streamers

by Corey Pieper
2023 College Football Week 11 Streamers

For some of you, the college fantasy football season may have ended this past weekend. For others, the best part of the fantasy season, the playoffs, are just beginning. Even in a playoff matchup, you may still need 2023 college football streamers for week 11.

Last week, I discussed the importance of knowing your players' bye weeks as we enter the playoffs. This week, I want to mention how important it is to recognize the weather situations of teams. While many people were out trick-or-treating on Halloween with their children, I was watching Maction where snow was a major factor in both games. The weather caused me to bench Toledo quarterback Dequan Finn very late. It turned out to be the correct call as he scored under 15 fantasy points in the blizzard.

The issue always with the weather is that unlike with byes, you can't really set a plan in advance. It's important to continue to build bench depth so that you can make a late pivot. As far as checking weather conditions, it involves watching the national weather to track possible unfavorable conditions. Then, on the day of the game, I use X to search for updates on the conditions. It's not the most precise, but it works for me.

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2023 College Football Week 11 Streamers

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Joey Aguilar, QB, Appalachian State Mountaineers

Joey Aguilar is quietly putting together a top-25 overall season among all quarterbacks in college fantasy football. He was overshadowed at the beginning of the season by running back Nate Noel. I believe that through September, Noel was leading all of college football in rushing yards. Then, Noel was injured. While he has slowly been working his way back, Aguilar kept the offense moving.

Even while Noel was healthy earlier in the season, Aguilar was still a productive fantasy quarterback because of the touchdowns he generated. The Mountaineers have played nine games this season. Aguilar has had at least two touchdowns in every game but one. And while his best asset is his passing, he can also contribute with his legs as well. He's added over 40 rushing yards each of the past two weeks.

The Georgia State Panthers are the next opponent for Aguilar. I expect a competitive game with a lot of scoring from both teams. Aguilar should keep his streak of multiple touchdowns going another week with that matchup.

Phil Mafah, RB, Clemson Tigers

Choosing Phil Mafah requires checking the Clemson injury reports. Typically, the top-producing running back on the Clemson Tigers has been Will Shipley. Shipley missed the game this past weekend with a concussion. Mafah stepped into a difficult matchup against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and dominated in a surprising win for the Tigers.

Coach Dabo Swinney immediately felt confident enough in Mafah to give him 36 carries! He delivered 186 yards and two touchdowns against a team that was ranked in the top 15 overall going into that week. Mafah showed the potential for this production the week before while filling in for the injured Shipley against the NC State Wolfpack. Mafah took 16 carries for 84 yards and two rushing touchdowns in that game.

Clemson takes on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in this week's matchup. Georgia Tech has struggled to stop the opponent's rushing attack. The Yellow Jackets currently rank dead last amongst all the Power 5 teams in rushing yards allowed per game at 220 yards. If Mafah gets the start, plan on him getting the ball early and often.

Elijah Sarratt, WR, James Madison Dukes

Amazingly, Elijah Sarratt is only 13% rostered on Fantrax at the time of this writing. He has become the primary target of one of the most consistent offenses in all of college football. James Madison is still undefeated and is rolling on offense. The Dukes have played nine games this season and have scored over 30 points in seven of those games.

As an aside to the dominance of the James Madison offense, check to make sure quarterback Jordan McCloud isn't available in your leagues. He is just slightly too rostered at 34% to be a streamer recommendation anymore (was in the week 9 article), but I have no idea why he isn't rostered in every league. McCloud is a top-10 quarterback overall in fantasy points at this point in the season.

McCloud's top option, Sarratt, has become one of the more consistent options in all of college football at wide receiver. Going back to September 16 (the last seven games), Sarratt has scored at least 14 PPR points in every game but one. He has done that by being extremely efficient with his target share. Over the past four games, he has received 35 targets and caught 30 of them. That is an 86% catch rate!

James Madison has a non-conference matchup this week against the Connecticut Huskies. UConn has played a lot of competitive games this season, but they seem unlikely to slow the James Madison attack.

Tanner McLachlan, TE, Arizona Wildcats

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During the regular season, I set a rule not to recommend the same player twice. Now that we have reached the postseason, I just want to ensure that I am choosing the player that I believe is the best option for the position below the 30% ownership threshold.

Tanner McLachlan was the tight end streamer recommendation back in week 4. At the time, I talked about how reliable his target share had been, making him a safe option. He has consistently delivered on that safe floor every week. Since being listed in the streamers article, McLachlan has scored between 6.3 and 13.4 PPR points. This week's matchup has me thinking he can get more than that.

This week the Wildcats take on the Colorado Buffaloes. Colorado was off to a hot start this season, but have struggled since reaching conference play. Colorado has still had offensive success when they can avoid being sacked (46 sacks allowed are the worst at the Power 5 level). Defensively though, they have allowed the most yards of any team at the Power 5 level. Arizona should have success moving the ball with McLachlan being a part of the game plan.

Bowling Green Falcons DST

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Bowling Green is a stream you have to add to your team quickly as they play already on Wednesday night. After a rough start to conference play with a 0-27 defeat by Miami (Ohio), the Falcons have hit their defensive stride in the last three weeks. Over the past three games, the Falcons have generated eight sacks and 11 turnovers!

The next opponent for the Falcons is the Kent State Golden Flashes. Kent State is currently dead last in all of college football in points scored. The team is averaging a paltry 14 points-per-game. A team that is struggling to score, going against a team that is generating big plays on defense recently is a recipe for fantasy goodness.

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