This article is part of our CFB Waiver Wire series.
Welcome to another installment of the waiver wire watch. Throughout the college football season, I'll pick two guys from every conference who either caught my eye in the previous week or who have a favorable match-up in the near future. As always, I'll get to any questions or comments you have in the comments section below.
Clayton Tune, QB, Houston
Tune was reportedly dealing with a hamstring injury which had him questionable entering Saturday's contest with Cincinnati. He didn't have the best performance while going 9-of-27 for 184 yards and two touchdowns with three interceptions, but that's understandable against the Bearcats. That's why you can likely go out and get him for a game against the UConn Huskies who have one of the worst defenses in football. I would also recommend running backs Patrick Carr and Kyle Porter, however, it's not clear which one would receive more volume.
Branden Mack, WR, Temple
Mack has been great in his last two starts with a combined 18 catches on 24 targets for 232 yards and a touchdown in big wins for Temple over East Carolina and Memphis. The Owls will now play on the road at SMU in a game that has the potential to go back-and-forth. Mack has been the most consistent receiver for Temple while Jadan Blue and Isaiah Wright trailing right behind. With that nice trio of receivers, quarterback Anthony Russo is an excellent start this week as well.
Last Week; Tulane QB Justin McMillan