This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
Ethan Happ, Wisconsin ($9,100 FD, $11,000 DK): Happ's matchup on paper is nothing to write home about, as he draws KenPom's No. 36 defense and a team in the bottom third of the league in tempo. The Badgers also have one of the slate's lowest implied point totals as road underdogs. That said, Happ is as close to matchup proof as it gets, and is probably my favorite play among the stars Tuesday night. Nebraska lost starting center Isaac Copeland (14.0 ppg, 5.4 rpg) to a torn ACL on Saturday, which could very well kill their tournament hopes. The Huskers already ran a tight rotation, so now his minutes will have to go to the likes of 6-8 senior Tanner Borchardt and 6-11 freshman Brady Heiman. Those two will probably double Happ along with the likes of 6-8 Isaiah Roby, but it won't be enough. I expect all three to get taken to school by the All-American. Even in a case where the Huskers sell out completely on defense to defend Happ, look for the senior to rack up assists. Last year, Happ had a 25/11/6 line with four blocks in one game against the Huskers, and a 19/11/2 line with four steals. They had a healthy Copeland in both matchups.
Dedric Lawson, Kansas ($8,900 FD, $10,200 DK): Lawson is coming off back-to-back games with 20+ points and 15+ rebounds. He's attempted a combined 35 shots from the field over that span, and sat a total of just