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The MVP Draft: Week 2 Recap

There’s a new name atop the leader board

NCAA Football: Central Michigan at Oklahoma State Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports

Week 2 is in the books on our weekly “college fantasy football” draft. Some big movements in the point totals this week. Let’s take a look at what happened this week.

Phillip - 1 point(s)
OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Vincent Taylor | ST - Barry J. Sanders
CMU: O - Devon Spalding | D - Winslow Chapman | ST - Amari Coleman

Cade - 5 points
OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Devante Averette | ST - Ben Grogan
CMU: O - Cooper Rush | D - Amari Coleman | ST - Brian Eavey

Dustin - 5 points
OSU: O - Jhujan Seales | D - Devante Averette | ST - Ben Grogan
CMU: O - Cooper Rush | D - Nathan Ricketts | ST - Brian Eavey

Christopher - 4 points
OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Jordan Sterns | ST - Ben Grogan
CMU: O - Cooper Rush | D - Tony Annese | ST - Brian Eavey

Joel - 5 points
OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Tre Flowers | S - Barry J Sanders
CMU: O - Cooper Rush | D - Nathan Ricketts | S - Brian Eavey

Oklahoma State

Offense: It was Rudolph versus Seales. While Rudolph wasn’t spectacular (27/43 for 286 with 2 TD’s, 1 INT), he had far more impact on the game than Seals, who ended up with only 3 catches for 34 yards.
Defense: Stats wise this should go to Jordan Sterns who had 8 total tackles, 1 Tackle For a Loss and 3 Pass Breakups. Averette may have had only 4 total tackles, but he did force the fourth quarter fumble, that led to what should have been the game winning touchdown.
Special Teams: Sanders didn’t do anything on special teams this week, so the point goes to Grogan.

Central Michigan

Offense: Spalding had 77 yards and one touchdown combined on the ground and threw the air, but Rush was the Chippewas’ player of the game, going 30/42 for 361 and 4 touchdowns (including the one that shouldn’t have counted).
Defense: Ricketts ended the game with 7 total tackles, 1 tackle for a loss and a pass break up. That’s more than Chapman, Coleman and Annese.
Special Teams: Coleman didn’t do anything, so the point goes to Eavey who kicked a field goal, and averaged 58 yards on kick-off duty.

So after two weeks here are our standings:

1. Cade - 7 points
Christopher - 7 points
3. Dustin - 6 points
4. Joel - 5 points
5. Phillip - 4 points

Come back Thursday for our Week 3 picks!