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Comment 06 Nov 2015

What platform did you use for your college DFS?  

I made a database for NBA and NFL and I'm working on NHL now.  I ditched it for NFL though, I started cashing a lot more often when I ditched the numbers and focused on DvP and WRvCB matchups.  NBA is going pretty well so far, however.

I play on Fanduel because I didnt like trying to figure out a flex spot.

Comment 06 Nov 2015

This guy (John Laub) is my go to: @GridironSchol91 on twitter.  He posts his daily picks on http://www.footballdiehards.com/fantasyfootball/college/ as well.

College DFS is tough man.  Really increased my knowledge of the player pool, but its tough.  I do a lot of O/U and individual team +/- research, but the best resource for usage and projections are local college newspapers, like the Lantern.  I had to create a separate twitter account solely to follow local writers for information.  

College DFS is a slippery slope.  I don't think it should be illegal, but it definitely toes the line.

Comment 20 Oct 2015

I'm making the trek as well, flying in to Newark and staying out near the stadium.  Google tells me its about a 30 minute drive to campus, is it worth it to try and take the train in to campus area or should I just get an Uber?

Comment 16 Oct 2015

As someone else said, go as big as you can (or Ms. BuckeyeRy allows).  Nothing worse than getting home and realizing you should've spent the extra couple hundred bucks.

Comment 15 Oct 2015

12 team PPR:

Latavious Murray and Brandon Marshall for Dion Lewis and Golden Tate

I'm leaning one way pretty hard, curious what you guys think.

Comment 25 Sep 2015

I work for a big engineering company that oversees construction on power plants.  Actually, I'm on site right now.  It's all about mitigating risk, man.  It's a pain in the ass.  Hell, I'm not allowed to plug in an extension cord inside the existing power plant without needing a JHA.  As long as there's someone willing to sue for damages, companies are going to regulate safety as much as possible.  It takes a long time and drives people crazy, but as long as everyone can exit the jobsite the same way they came in that morning, isn't that the overall point?