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    If we did things like we did this year, those individuals that were keeping people wouldn't get to make a pick until those not keeping people got to pick two wrestlers.

    This past year we had four guys who didn't keep people. Those four got to make the first eight picks of the draft (two per each team) then the ten people keeping wrestlers all made one pick so everyone had two guys. After that the draft proceeded like normal.

    These were our first eight picks last year.

    1. ISU: Jake Herbert
    2. Dart: Nick Marable
    3. Wiltz: Jay Borschel
    4. Jensen: Mike Pucillo
    5. Jensen: Mike Poeta
    6. Wiltz: Matt Kyler
    7. Dart: Kyle Massey
    8. ISU: Dan Vallimont

    As of right now I'm leaning towards doing it like this again.

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    Rules #2 and 3a are common sense and I have said all along if your guy wrestles any weight anywhere against a Div. 1 opponent he should score if he wins .

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    Whens this thing get started again?

    I want to win some more money, I'm broke.
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    Probably hold the draft right around the end of September, or beginning of October, like last year.

    Make sure you get some sleep in the days before the draft so you're not a delirious, raving lunatic (or at least more of one than usual) like you were this past year.

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    Ahhhh that's only a month and a half away. This is exciting! Though I believe our (other league) draft was later...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Probably hold the draft right around the end of September, or beginning of October, like last year.

    Make sure you get some sleep in the days before the draft so you're not a delirious, raving lunatic (or at least more of one than usual) like you were this past year.
    No promises. Writing papers makes me crazy

    I slept from 4 PM til 9PM today and I have to finish this research paper by 5PM today
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    Interesting... if you slept "til 9PM today," it would seem that you missed the "by 5PM today" deadline...


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    GO HIPPIE -make him know who the daddy is !!! Bitch slap that punk .

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    I'm definitely in again this year. It made my season more fun.

    One thing my fantasy baseball league does is designate keeper rounds. For example, we have a 25-round draft, and anything after Round 13 is designated as a keeper. This means the game's best players are shuffled around each year, unless someone drafts an upstart as a keeper in, say, his rookie year, and gets to keep him for x-years because he was drafted past Round 13.

    So with a 15-round draft, anyone after Round, uh, six, could be designated a keeper, meaning that draft position is locked in. I picked Francisco Rodriguez a few years ago in Round 13. The next year, I kept him and sacrificed a 13th round pick.

    Might seem complicated, especially on Jensen's end, because he's the one doing all the tabulation.

    Just throwing it out there for discussion.

    The current keeper system forces you to take risks (Which I like). If I want to keep Kilgore, I'm giving up a first-round pick to do it. Is he worthy of first-round pick? After not placing last year, the argument could be made.

    I would be more inclined to consider matches against Division I competition only for scoring, and open up more tournaments. It does create a "luck of the draw" situation, whereas the starter from UNO (D2) is better than the backup from Oregon State ...

    This keeps the draft honest and thereby making people do some homework, and not beating up on creampuffs to pad fantasy points.

    Again, these are just some things I'm throwing out there. I'm open for more tournaments, but if you've got a guy in the Cowboy Open who beats a bunch of NAIA and JUCO kids ... it defeats the purpose of more tournaments, which could lend some credibility to the D1 only scoring scenario.

    I'm not married to any of these suggestions, but just opening things up for more discussion.

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