Week 9 of College Football had plenty of big performances and some disappointing performances as well. We will look at what happened in Week 2 and some players to watch out for in Week 10.

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Week 9 Review

Tyler Badie, Missouri– This is Badie’s fourth year at Missouri and by far his best with almost 1,000 rush yards through eight games. This is his second game in three weeks with over 200 rush yards and multiple TDs. Even though the competition was North Texas and Vanderbilt, it is still impressive. Another big part of Badie’s game, which will help NFL Draft stock, is receiving out of the backfield. Badie has three or more receptions in six of eight games and at least 30 receiving yards in five of them.

Tyler Allgeier, BYU – Allgeier had a strong 2020 season with over 1,000 yards, and early on in this season, it looked like he may have a disappointing season. In his first four games, he had 351 rush yards and four TDs, but in the last five, he has exploded with 781 yards and 12 TDs. He is third in the NCAA in rushing and currently a top 10 RB Draft prospect but could move up if he continues his outstanding season.

Nathaniel Dell, Houston – The Cougars had a massive win against SMU to improve to 7-1, and Dell had another strong performance. He has had an up and down season, but this was his second game of the year with over 100 yards and multiple TDs. Dell is top 30 in NCAA in receiving yards and is getting a healthy nine targets per game on the 40th best passing offense in the NCAA.

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Week 10 Preview

Sam Hartman, Wake Forest – Hartman is a fourth-year Sophomore because of the COVID year, and this by far is his best year. For the season, he has 22 TDs to only three INTs, and in the last two games, he has been spectacular with over 850 yards and eight TDs. Hartman gets another opportunity to put up a great game when facing North Carolina this week.

Treylon Burks, Arkansas – Burks had a slow start to the season but has come on the last three games with over 350 total yards and six TDs. He is thought by many to be the top WR in the 2022 NFL Draft and can help to even strengthen the gap in the matchup vs. Mississippi State this week.

Malik Willis, Liberty – After two games of three INTs, Willis has bounced back with seven TDs the last two games and his first 300 yard game of the season. This week Liberty gets another opportunity to get a big win versus a P5 team at Ole Miss. This is a big game for Willis and Matt Corral and could be a matchup for two guys battling for position in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Willis had not performed overly well against top competition, so this is a big opportunity for him.

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