In this week’s episode, Griffin Hughes puts Arsenal’s head man Arsene Wenger on the clock on play manager. Plus, why there are two Leicester City players every fantasy player needs right now and what Manchester City and the Seattle Seahawks have in common. To contact Griffin: email at firstname.lastname@example.org Any suggestions you have are much appreciated!
The My Fantasy crew preview the week three match ups and discuss if Kirk Cousins is a reliable fantasy quarterback. All that and much more!
In this week’s EPL from LFK, Griffin breaks down how Robin van Persie must be feeling right now after the signing of Colombian Radamel Falcao and he puts Man U on the clock in Panic-Meter. Plus, the breakdown for the BPL top five as they head into Matchweek 5.
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In the first recording of EPL from LFK, Griffin Hughes will explain all things EPL, and get you ready for future shows.
Austin Case, Logan Smith, and Shane Jackson preview week two. They let you know who you should start and sit.
ST. LOUIS — A valiant performance by senior Tarik Black was not enough for the 2nd seeded Kansas Jayhawks to avoid the upset by the 10th seeded Stanford Cardinal. Black finished off his Kansas basketball career with an 18 point, six rebound effort. Fouling out in the waning minutes of the game, this came as a huge loss to a young Jayhawk squad. Many of Black’s fouls came by way of the Cardinal players blowing by perimeter Kansas defenders and leaving him alone in the paint as a last line of defense. Freshman Conner Frankamp was the lone other Jayhawk who scored in double figures with 12 points. Frankamp shot 4-8 from the field with…
ST. LOUIS — Despite a slow start, the Kansas Jayhawks were able to notch an 80-69 win over a gritty 15th seeded Eastern Kentucky Colonels. Jamari Traylor came up huge for the Jayhawks off the bench, having career highs in both scoring and rebounding with 17 points and 14 boards. Conner Frankamp played 25 minutes for the Jayhawks, scoring a career high 10 points and dishing out four assists. “We actually played better with Conner in the game,” Kansas coach Bill Self said after the game. “But there was no set game plan. I knew he would be the first guard off the bench. And I told him that before, but I was just real…