Big 12 fantasy football: Week 11

November, 12, 2013
Having the two best fantasy scorers in the conference was all Jake Trotter needed to win week 11 of the Big 12 fantasy football league.

Trotter won for the third time in four weeks with 148 points, getting 36 points from the always-prolific Bryce Petty plus a nice 31-point outburst from West Virginia running back Charles Sims. With this week's victory, Jake also took the season scoring lead by two points.

Once again, your humble league commish settled for a close-but-not-enough second place finish with 138 points. The Kansas State duo of Daniel Sams and John Hubert was good for 41 combined points. Some more passing from Sams might've pushed my team over the top.

In third place this week is Brandon with 94 points. Injuries to his two best fantasy players, Lache Seastrunk and Johnathan Gray, were understandably damaging to his hopes in week 11. Here are how our full lineups fared:

Jake Trotter’s Team

QB Bryce Petty, BAY – 36
RB Charles Sims, WVU - 31
RB Roy Finch, OU - 10
FLEX Dreamius Smith, WVU - 8
WR Tracy Moore, OSU - 19
WR Eric Ward, TTU - 16
TE Jace Amaro, TTU – 6
DEF TCU defense - 12
K Aaron Jones, BAY – 10
Total: 148

Max Olson’s Team

QB Daniel Sams, KSU - 20
RB John Hubert, KSU - 21
RB Desmond Roland, OSU - 17
FLEX Brandon Carter, TCU - 99
WR Antwan Goodley, BAY - 20
WR Jaxon Shipley, TEX - 14
TE E.J. Bibbs, ISU - 6
DEF Baylor defense - 14
K Anthony Fera, Texas – 17
Total: 138

Brandon Chatmon’s Team

QB Clint Chelf, OSU - 23
RB Tony Pierson, KU - 8
RB Johnathan Gray, TEX – 5
FLEX Jakeem Grant, TTU - 7
WR Mike Davis, TEX - 15
WR Jalen Saunders, OU - 7
TE Jimmay Mundine, KU - 0
D Oklahoma State defense – 21
K Ryan Bustin, TTU - 8
Total: 94

Season Leaderboard

1. Jake: 1,213
2. Max: 1,211
3. Brandon: 1,037

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