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Title: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on October 31, 2009, 03:00:38 PM
I realize most of you have not played under these rules before, and while I did post the rules at the beginning of the draft you undoubtedly have some questions.

I figure its better for you guys to ask now then finish the draft and realize you didn't understand how lineups work, or something like that.

So ask away and I'll do my best to answer
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: nywrestler4life on November 01, 2009, 12:23:58 AM
Lost I have a question on back ups... If for example someone picks Prado at 133 from ASU and then someone else picks Ashmore at 25/33, what would happen if Ashmore beat Prado in a wrestle-off? Would the guy who picked Prado first get points for Ashmore because he is the ASU 33, or would the person who picked Ashmore get the points.

Sorry if that was confusing.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 12:30:20 AM
We are drafting wrestlers, not weights.  So if you draft Ashmore you will get Ashmores points, whether they are at 125 or 133.

The backup rule is intended mainly for guys who get injured.  So lets say you drafted Brent Metcalf, and halfway through the season he suffered a career ending injury.  Rather then saying "shit, you are out of luck" you get to score points for his backup.  IE lets say Matt Balleweg moved down to 149 because of Metcalfs injury (this is just to give you an example not because its realistic).  Then every Dual Iowa wrestled you would be able to score whatever points Balleweg scores by starting Metcalf.

Originally we had it so that you had to name the backup (IE start Balleweg in your lineup instead of Metcalf to score his points) but this created a lot of problems because it often wasn't clear when an injured guy would be wrestling, nor was it always certain who his backup would be.


Now lets go back to your Hypothetical example again.  Lets say you drafted Ashmore, and someone else drafted Prado (I dont know why the F they would do that... but if They did).  If ashmore is starting at 133 you get his points.  But if Ashmore were to get injured, you would NOT be able to score Prados points as his backup, since Prado is on another team.

To give you an example of a real life scenario, if one guy drafts Leclere and thats it he gets points for the entire year at 141 during Iowa duals, no matter who wrestles.  If he drafts Leclere and someone else drafts Slaton, the guy who drafted Leclere is out of Luck if slaton starts.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: nywrestler4life on November 01, 2009, 12:35:57 AM
Thanks, I got it.  I wasn't sure if we were drafting weights more than wrestlers.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 01, 2009, 12:48:33 AM
Quote from: "LoSt"
and someone else drafts Slaton, the guy who drafted Leclere is out of Luck if slaton starts.

I think you just found your 141.  :lol:
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: acguns on November 01, 2009, 01:15:58 AM
When are we posting the line-ups each week?  

What about the Boise State meet? (I am particularly interested in this one)
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 01, 2009, 01:20:36 AM
Lost mentioned several pages ago that he was negating the Boise dual because of our lackluster performance in picking our teams.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: acguns on November 01, 2009, 01:27:24 AM
Quote from: "Drooke"
Lost mentioned several pages ago that he was negating the Boise dual because of our lackluster performance in picking our teams.

This is what I found.
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I will let people post lineups before the draft is finished if necessary. But once we are past the 31st it will no longer count, so make sure you draft any Boise guys before the 31st if you want that match to count
I had them all before the 31st so this is a valid question.  It really doesn't matter because I am winning this thing anyway. :P
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 01:28:21 AM
Yep, we aren't counting Boises meets today, or any competitions tihs week, because of how slow people were in getting this draft done.

Lineups are due on fridays, I'm not going to set a firm time deadline but you need to have them in by the time the first event starts that day.  (IE you cant wait till after CKLV starts to choose which guys you are running with, and likewise with duals).

I'll be starting a thread every week for people to post Lineups in so you'll be able to post it well in advance.

Something we still have to figure out is the scoring, cuz I'm not going to do it.  I know BryanB and one or two others have volunteered to help.  Once we get the draft taken care of I'll start a thread to figure out how we are going to manage the accounting
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 01:30:09 AM
Quote from: "acguns"
Quote from: "Drooke"
Lost mentioned several pages ago that he was negating the Boise dual because of our lackluster performance in picking our teams.

This is what I found.
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I will let people post lineups before the draft is finished if necessary. But once we are past the 31st it will no longer count, so make sure you draft any Boise guys before the 31st if you want that match to count
I had them all before the 31st so this is a valid question.  It really doesn't matter because I am winning this thing anyway. :P

I was originally going to do this because I thought we'd be sitting at where we are right now as of like two days ago.  So I thought people would be in good enough shape that Lee/Hochstrasser/Casperon/Hall/Chamberlain etc would all be off the table.

But I dont think its fair to not give points to the guy who drafted Nate Lee just because the draft moved along really slowly.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 01, 2009, 01:41:40 AM
Quote from: "LoSt"
Something we still have to figure out is the scoring, cuz I'm not going to do it.  I know BryanB and one or two others have volunteered to help.  Once we get the draft taken care of I'll start a thread to figure out how we are going to manage the accounting

Have you ever tried an honor system where everyone is responsible for there own scoring.  Of course all scoring is open to audit by anyone playing the game.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 01:48:45 AM
Quote from: "Drooke"
Quote from: "LoSt"
Something we still have to figure out is the scoring, cuz I'm not going to do it.  I know BryanB and one or two others have volunteered to help.  Once we get the draft taken care of I'll start a thread to figure out how we are going to manage the accounting

Have you ever tried an honor system where everyone is responsible for there own scoring.  Of course all scoring is open to audit by anyone playing the game.

I dont trust you fools...

Honestly though, its not that any of us are dishonest, I just think that is a bad idea, especially if there IS money on the table.  Plus I can tell you from experience that almost everyone is going to do their own scores anyway, and there are frequent discrepencies between the comishes score and the person whos team it is scores.  Sometimes the error is on one side and sometimes its on the other.

The best way I think is to have someone (or someones) in charge of scoring, and then people can do their own scoring and check it against the master score.  Almost all problems get ironed out this way.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 01, 2009, 01:51:59 AM
I nominate akin.......

anyone second?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 01:53:00 AM
Akin is definitely on the hook for at least some of them, since he volunteered.  But he told me he wont do them all by himself
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 01, 2009, 01:57:47 AM
My 2nd nomination is NY... the fella is a fact finding machine.   Just check the USA wrestling wiki project....
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: AKIN on November 01, 2009, 01:45:22 AM
I'll run herd over 2-3 teams.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: The Du on November 01, 2009, 12:36:56 PM
i have a question about transactions.

how do they work? who gets first dibs on free agents?

personally i think we should have a sticky thread for waivers and
the first person to post an add/drop gets his guy.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 01:08:20 PM
We have no waivers du.  the only way to improve your team is through trades, or through a supplimental draft we have around christmas that lets you pick/drop up to 3 guys.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: The Du on November 01, 2009, 02:49:43 PM
ok. gotcha. thanks
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: nywrestler4life on November 01, 2009, 06:15:20 PM
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Lets say you drafted Ashmore, and someone else drafted Prado (I dont know why the F they would do that... but if They did).

I was really wondering about Bradley/Ellis, but I didn't want anyone to catch on so I used my ninja skills.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 01, 2009, 06:37:02 PM
I shoulda figured.  You grabbed him 2 picks before I was gonna :(
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: acguns on November 03, 2009, 12:31:40 AM
Here is my question: Why are all of you even playing?  I am going to kick your a$$es!
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 03, 2009, 01:14:20 AM
This is coming from the guy who picked bubba jenkins as a back-up. *shakes head*  Oh and then there is Jerome Ward. *snicker*

Here is my question... are back-up picks solely for the individual picked or do you get to put the back up's  back-up in play?

Just messin' with you my man. :wink:
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: acguns on November 03, 2009, 06:32:20 AM
I am not 100% convinced that Bubba will be redshirting for the entire year.  Cael the liar said, "There is a good chance that Bubba Jenkins will be red-shirting as well."

Is Crowell the only one that is ineligible or are other kids too? His ineligibility, is that because of the transfer?

CS: Yes that was a transfer rule. He got here last second semester and the make you sit a year at the institution before you're eligible to go. He is the only one, with Bubba as the other exception. If Bubba passes his courses this semester and does well he would be eligible second semester as well.

Would you rather have Quentin and Jenkins in there?

CS: Well obviously our team would be stronger this year if we wrestled all of our best wrestlers but Quentin will be better off. It will be better for him and it will help our team down the road. The teams that we're going to have down the road, we think that they're going to be really special and that's what we want to hold Quentin for. Even Bubba, the National Tournament next year is in Philadelphia. Now we're not looking ahead to next year. We've got goals and we want to do some damage this year. I think we'll get a lot more out of Quentin after a red-shirt year. There's no question he'd be in the hunt this year but I think with a red-shirt year he could step in and be a real dominant force at whatever weight he's at, 184 or 197. He's not at 174 anymore. Bubba, I think we'll get more out of him next year. He's wanted to red shirt for a few years now, just with some minor injuries and some things, he's just a little banged up. A year will probably help him out quite a bit, but he's doing a nice job of course.

 Is there any chance of Molinaro going back down to 141?

CS: Yes, there is a chance. It just depends on how things are going. He just really wants to test the waters and he's a big kid. He gets really heavy in the off-season. He really likes to get in there and lift and get strong and that's and important part of his mentality and his game plan. I think he'll do well at 149. There's always that opportunity because he did certify at 141.

Then Frank Molinaro adds:
Q: I guess you'll be moving up to 149 if Bubba [Jenkins] decides to redshirt then?

A: I guess we really don't know what's going on with that right now, but as of right now, Bubba isn't eligible the first semester anyway, so I'm going to start the year off at 149.


I think that you are picking on my team to make yourself feel better about yours.  Just don't cry like a bitch when you feel the pain.  :lol:
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: nywrestler4life on November 03, 2009, 11:27:11 AM
I have another question:  What happens if someone doesn't submit a roster for the week?  Do you just go by the roster of the previous week or do they get no points...
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 03, 2009, 11:32:37 AM
Quote from: "nywrestler4life"
I have another question:  What happens if someone doesn't submit a roster for the week?  Do you just go by the roster of the previous week or do they get no points...

We usually use the previous weeks roster.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: The Du on November 03, 2009, 11:36:54 AM
when are line-ups due this week?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 03, 2009, 11:40:09 AM
Quote from: "The Du"
when are line-ups due this week?

Every Friday before competition starts.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: brycemus on November 03, 2009, 11:47:35 AM
so the line-up I put in on Friday will wrestle any Friday/weekend duals/tourneys as well as Mon-Thurs competition...

okey dokey
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 03, 2009, 12:04:22 PM
Quote from: "brycemus"
so the line-up I put in on Friday will wrestle any Friday/weekend duals/tourneys as well as Mon-Thurs competition...

okey dokey

Yup and you cant change it until the following Friday.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 03, 2009, 12:20:53 PM
Quote from: "nywrestler4life"
I have another question:  What happens if someone doesn't submit a roster for the week?  Do you just go by the roster of the previous week or do they get no points...

We'll go by their previous roster.  But if they dont submit for more then two weeks in a row I'll probably just boot them out of the league to make the scoring easier for our accountants.  (We'll probably have some people quit this year if past precedent is any indication)
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: OkieSpladle on November 03, 2009, 04:25:40 PM
Quote from: "LoSt"
Quote from: "nywrestler4life"
I have another question:  What happens if someone doesn't submit a roster for the week?  Do you just go by the roster of the previous week or do they get no points...

We'll go by their previous roster.  But if they dont submit for more then two weeks in a row I'll probably just boot them out of the league to make the scoring easier for our accountants.  (We'll probably have some people quit this year if past precedent is any indication)

You skipped them during the draft too, didn't you?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 03, 2009, 05:51:57 PM
Quote from: "OkieSpladle"
Quote from: "LoSt"
Quote from: "nywrestler4life"
I have another question:  What happens if someone doesn't submit a roster for the week?  Do you just go by the roster of the previous week or do they get no points...

We'll go by their previous roster.  But if they dont submit for more then two weeks in a row I'll probably just boot them out of the league to make the scoring easier for our accountants.  (We'll probably have some people quit this year if past precedent is any indication)

You skipped them during the draft too, didn't you?

I love how you are complaining about skipping when really I think I skipped maybe 2 people in the whole draft...

and no, this is my first time running a league.  But plenty of people have gotten skipped in our other leagues (including myself)
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: brycemus on November 03, 2009, 06:26:59 PM
Hey Lost~

You suck.

That is all.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: BryanB on November 04, 2009, 02:24:47 PM
If my lineup listed two wrestlers at 165 lbs and two at 125 lbs but no one at 157 pounds, would that be kosher?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 04, 2009, 04:12:51 PM
Quote from: "BryanB"
If my lineup listed two wrestlers at 165 lbs and two at 125 lbs but no one at 157 pounds, would that be kosher?


Thats definitely a negatory.  You have one starting spot for each weight and then one "flex" spot that can be a weight of your choice.  So you could start two 125s, or two 165s, but not both.  If for whatever reason you have no 157 pounder you will only be able to score 10 guys per week.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 05, 2009, 12:54:42 AM
Something we seriously need to consider is just counting all matches, tournaments or duals, during the year. To me, that just makes sense, especially if we are looking up our teams matches each week.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 05, 2009, 02:08:00 AM
Quote from: "Rockhard"
Something we seriously need to consider is just counting all matches, tournaments or duals, during the year. To me, that just makes sense, especially if we are looking up our teams matches each week.

Nope.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: brycemus on November 05, 2009, 10:50:54 AM
Lost...
if I drafted Dolan, but he is the backup...do I get points when the starter (wisdom?) wrestles 125 for Mizzou because no one else has him?  I mean I think of Dolan as MY starter and Wisdom is the backup
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 05, 2009, 12:12:16 PM
Quote from: "brycemus"
Lost...
if I drafted Dolan, but he is the backup...do I get points when the starter (wisdom?) wrestles 125 for Mizzou because no one else has him?  I mean I think of Dolan as MY starter and Wisdom is the backup

Yep.

For tournies if both guys wrestle you get the guy you picked, unless he is not competing.  In that case I will let you score the backups points.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 05, 2009, 12:28:20 PM
Quote from: "LoSt"
Quote from: "Rockhard"
Something we seriously need to consider is just counting all matches, tournaments or duals, during the year. To me, that just makes sense, especially if we are looking up our teams matches each week.

Nope.

Why?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: OkieSpladle on November 05, 2009, 12:50:26 PM
How are we scoring dual tournaments?  Do they count as a series of duals or are they tournaments that don't count since they aren't listed?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 05, 2009, 02:21:59 PM
Quote from: "OkieSpladle"
How are we scoring dual tournaments?  Do they count as a series of duals or are they tournaments that don't count since they aren't listed?

The way I understand it, dual tournaments count all matches.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: OkieSpladle on November 05, 2009, 02:23:33 PM
Quote from: "Rockhard"
Quote from: "OkieSpladle"
How are we scoring dual tournaments?  Do they count as a series of duals or are they tournaments that don't count since they aren't listed?

The way I understand it, dual tournaments count all matches.

That would have been my assumption, but I thought I had better ask.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 05, 2009, 07:25:30 PM
All duals will count as duals, and all duals will be scored.  So Virginia duals would be exactly the same as if a team had 4/5 individual duals within a week.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 05, 2009, 07:30:01 PM
Quote from: "Rockhard"
Quote from: "LoSt"
Quote from: "Rockhard"
Something we seriously need to consider is just counting all matches, tournaments or duals, during the year. To me, that just makes sense, especially if we are looking up our teams matches each week.

Nope.

Why?

Because we drafted under one set of scheduling assumptions and there is no way I am going to tamper with it at this point.  Doing so would be incredibly unfair to people who actually did their homework and looked at what teams would be attending the most scored events.

You are welcome to put a slip in the idea box for next year, but unless there is overwhelming support for overhauling the system we will probably keep with what we have.  This is a system that has been fine tuned over three years and has worked great, and it means that doing your homework actually pays off.  Not all tourneys are equal, and not all tournies should be counted as equal.

If anything I would be inclined to DROP tourneys, as I dont feel the Binghamton open and NC STate open are worthy of being scored this year.  However I forgot to change that before we started the draft, so it will stand as it is for this year.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 05, 2009, 08:28:36 PM
Yo Lost, so points won't be scored in either the hokie or clarion open correct?  What if one of my guys wrestle in one of the opens/tournaments and face a wrestler ranked in the top 25 (d1cw) and wins.  Will I receive those points?

Thanks in advance.  

Oh and have you heard anything about my initial 141 pick Tyler Nauman dropping to 133?  He is listed as wrestling at 133 on the clarion open site but I'm guessing its a typo.  Ah well pitts wrestle-offs are happening as we type so I suppose I will find out later.  If it was true though he would be a wicked 133 lbr.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 05, 2009, 09:12:29 PM
Quote from: "Drooke"
Yo Lost, so points won't be scored in either the hokie or clarion open correct?  What if one of my guys wrestle in one of the opens/tournaments and face a wrestler ranked in the top 25 (d1cw) and wins.  Will I receive those points?

Thanks in advance.  

Oh and have you heard anything about my initial 141 pick Tyler Nauman dropping to 133?  He is listed as wrestling at 133 on the clarion open site but I'm guessing its a typo.  Ah well pitts wrestle-offs are happening as we type so I suppose I will find out later.  If it was true though he would be a wicked 133 lbr.

I would assume that is a typo, he is too big for 133. I have in fact heard rumors of him moving up to 149 eventually, although likely not this year.

And yes, top 25 wins will count at the Hokie/Clarion open.  They will be few and far between though (which is why we arent counting those tournies).

For the top 25 I will be using Earls rankings, because I dislike intermat.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Drooke on November 05, 2009, 09:18:52 PM
Thanks Lost.  I was just debating on switching my flex wrestler for this week.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: The Du on November 05, 2009, 11:32:23 PM
yeah, i have heard the same thing about nauman (possible move to 49)

also, here's a question for ya lost,

hypothetical:

i picked boris novochkov. if he would move to 141 and i still wanted to use him at some point, could I, even though i selected him at 133? i mean obviously i would have to designate him exclusively as amy 141 starter for that week, but would that be allowed?

in essence what im asking is....can we start a guy at a different weight (if he actually wrestles there) from the weight we drafted him at?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 06, 2009, 12:20:26 PM
Quote from: "The Du"
yeah, i have heard the same thing about nauman (possible move to 49)

also, here's a question for ya lost,

hypothetical:

i picked boris novochkov. if he would move to 141 and i still wanted to use him at some point, could I, even though i selected him at 133? i mean obviously i would have to designate him exclusively as amy 141 starter for that week, but would that be allowed?

in essence what im asking is....can we start a guy at a different weight (if he actually wrestles there) from the weight we drafted him at?

Absolutely, as I said we are drafting people, not weights.  If Boris moves up to 165 you can start him there

The one thing you CANT do is start him at 133, and then score points if he wrestles at 141.  Or vice versa  This is true of anyone bumping up.  If you had started Ben Askren at 174 for National Duals and he bumped up to wrestle Kish you would not be able to score points for that.  

So if you are uncertain where a guy will be going and he is vacilliating between weights the best option is to flex him.  Flex starts a guy irregardless of weight, so you'll score points no matter where he goes.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: AKIN on November 06, 2009, 04:06:29 PM
Quote from: "LoSt"
Quote from: "Drooke"
Yo Lost, so points won't be scored in either the hokie or clarion open correct?  What if one of my guys wrestle in one of the opens/tournaments and face a wrestler ranked in the top 25 (d1cw) and wins.  Will I receive those points?

Thanks in advance.  

Oh and have you heard anything about my initial 141 pick Tyler Nauman dropping to 133?  He is listed as wrestling at 133 on the clarion open site but I'm guessing its a typo.  Ah well pitts wrestle-offs are happening as we type so I suppose I will find out later.  If it was true though he would be a wicked 133 lbr.

I would assume that is a typo, he is too big for 133. I have in fact heard rumors of him moving up to 149 eventually, although likely not this year.

And yes, top 25 wins will count at the Hokie/Clarion open.  They will be few and far between though (which is why we arent counting those tournies).

For the top 25 I will be using Earls rankings, because I dislike intermat.


Why not use TOM's rankings? Keep it all in the family.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 06, 2009, 04:11:19 PM
Quote from: "AKIN"
Quote from: "LoSt"
Quote from: "Drooke"
Yo Lost, so points won't be scored in either the hokie or clarion open correct?  What if one of my guys wrestle in one of the opens/tournaments and face a wrestler ranked in the top 25 (d1cw) and wins.  Will I receive those points?

Thanks in advance.  

Oh and have you heard anything about my initial 141 pick Tyler Nauman dropping to 133?  He is listed as wrestling at 133 on the clarion open site but I'm guessing its a typo.  Ah well pitts wrestle-offs are happening as we type so I suppose I will find out later.  If it was true though he would be a wicked 133 lbr.

I would assume that is a typo, he is too big for 133. I have in fact heard rumors of him moving up to 149 eventually, although likely not this year.

And yes, top 25 wins will count at the Hokie/Clarion open.  They will be few and far between though (which is why we arent counting those tournies).

For the top 25 I will be using Earls rankings, because I dislike intermat.


Why not use TOM's rankings? Keep it all in the family.

TOM has rankings?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: AKIN on November 06, 2009, 04:12:43 PM
http://news.theopenmat.com/?page_id=3549 (http://news.theopenmat.com/?page_id=3549)
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: OkieSpladle on November 06, 2009, 05:11:14 PM
Is the top 25 thing for any non-listed tournament?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 06, 2009, 05:46:53 PM
Quote from: "OkieSpladle"
Is the top 25 thing for any non-listed tournament?

yeppers.  That rule is my brainchild too, in past years we had returning AAs meeting in some unscored tournaments and it didnt count, which I thought was totally bs.
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Viratas on November 09, 2009, 01:02:36 PM
So Do I currently have whoever MI throws out at 141? (Backup) basically?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: Rockhard on November 09, 2009, 02:35:46 PM
Looks like I need a 133lber for a bit. Can I make any moves yet?
Title: Re: Fantasy Questions Thread
Post by: LoSt on November 09, 2009, 04:28:42 PM
Yes and Yes.

V you will have to find out who the Michigan backup is to start him in tournaments.