The first preseason game is in the books and the fantasy season kicks off in less than four weeks. Game on! In Episode 15 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we take a look at the latest training camp news and go inside the AFC North with James Rapien of Cincinnati’s ESPN 1530.
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Teams are knee deep in training camp and there many intriguing story lines floating around the league, including some key positional battles. In this episode of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we look at five battles with significant fantasy impact.
There are fantasy leagues and there are high-stakes fantasy leagues. In Episode 13 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we welcome in Travis Cox from FantasyFuss.com to talk about how strategies differ when the big money is on the line.
We are less than 50 days from the first Sunday of NFL action. Now’s the time to start thinking about fantasy football. Are you thinking of starting a new league this year? Here are some tips to consider.
We are now on the eve of training camp and fantasy drafts are starting to fire up. In the latest edition of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we take a dive into another division primer, with an in-depth look inside the NFC South with Joe Pisapia from The Fantasy Black Book and FNSTY Sports Radio.
Training camp is right around the corner and the fantasy draft season has officially started. Let us help you win this season! James Rapien is taking over our GSI Cheat Sheet for the 2017 season.
We are now at 55 days from the start to the NFL season. In the latest edition of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we take a dive into another division primer, with an in-depth look inside the AFC West with Rick Fleeger from Asylum Fantasy Sports.
Nearly every fantasy league has an owner or two that likes to talk some serious smack. Some leagues see every owner do it. Does trash talk make fantasy leagues better?
The Kentucky Fantasy Football State Championship (KFFSC) is returning to Cincinnati on Sunday, August 20th for a fifth straight year of high-stakes fantasy football action. The event is set to take place at Jack Cincinnati Casino.
One of my favorite MLB All-Star game memories was in 1989 when my boyhood idol, Vin Scully, was joined by the then recently former President Ronald Reagan for the first inning of the midsummer classic. Reagan was on the air when Bo Jackson went yard. Wade Boggs followed him with a homerun of his own of the very next at-bat.