STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The New Oz Movie
Well, after 28 years they've finally come out with a new Oz movie, and the critics already seem to be jumping all over it with hobnailed boots.
Fair enough. I haven't seen it yet, so I have no idea w... Posted on 3/8/13 at 11:50 AM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG I Need Your Help
Like almost every person in entire country I have a fantasy football team. The big debate in the league has been the fairness and quality of the trades that have happened. To no one's surprise, everyo... Posted on 10/29/12 at 11:39 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN It has returned
My dear readers please allow me the chance to grace you with this photo of the new and improved Throlson Trophy, the traveling weekly prize of the best fantasy football league ran by the best commissi... Posted on 9/28/10 at 5:49 PM
Whether it’s the playoffs, or if it’s the last week of the regular season, the pressure on who to start, or sit, is at a season high.
So, what are you going to do these next couple of weeks when your decisions will decide how your season ends?
For some of you, this is the last week of the regular season, and for others there’s two more weeks until fantasy football playoffs. With the trading deadline come and gone, there’s only the waiver wire left to ensure your roster is ready for the next few weeks.
Jessy Sandhu, Fantasy Football Writer
, November 29, 2012
Usually, bye weeks provide managers with the stress of having to scramble around to fill the void of star players sitting at home on Sundays.
This week, however, managers will be forced to start some players that they may not have had the courage to start because of the false confidence in those who were expected to be studs.
As you stare at your roster and projected points for the week, ask yourself if you’ll find the answers to your problems on your bench? Are your draft day picks and the leftovers that were picked up off waivers really going to bring home the championship?
The NFL lockout has led Bruce Taylor to take some painful steps: He has scrapped publication of a fantasy football magazine that sold 161,000 copies last year, laid off an employee and took out a home equity loan.
Jamestown College senior Bill Heinzen of Grand Rapids, Minn., is giving his English Honors presentation, “The Tales that Really Mattered: A Presentation on Writing Fantasy Fiction,” at 5 p.m. Thursday in Unruh-Sheldon 136. The event is free and open to the public.
April 20, 2010
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