There are no doubt some potentially great fantasy football finds in this rookie class. From all of the quarterbacks and receivers to the running backs taken in the first and early second round. But some of the truest talent in any draft are those who can produce when drafted in the later rounds. That is why today, I will be telling you about three late-round (third or later) talents that could make an impact on your fantasy football season. Some of these guys could be the next Terry McLaurin.Continue reading →
It’s March already… and you know what time it is! Time for Madness before the real March Madness begins. It’s the Big Ten Tournament! Let’s preview the early rounds of madness, shall we? Continue reading →
Welcome back to Damico’s Depository! Last week, I went 6-2-1, bringing my year-to-date record to 35-24-1 (.593). I am drawing closer and closer to my yearly goal of a .600 hit rate. I was conservative this week and only decided to pick seven games.
Most of the college football world penciled in a Badgers loss to Ohio State before the season and even after Wisconsin got off to a hot start, but no one could have predicted the meltdown in Champaign. Now with two losses, the Badgers will need some help from Big Ten opponents to knock off long-time rivals Iowa and Minnesota to win the Big Ten West. Continue reading →
Welcome to the first week of my Big Ten Conference recap. Every week, I will give you a recap of all the action from the Big Ten, giving you all the biggest moments from each game. This week was pretty much all chalk for the conference, with one scare and one upset. Let’s get into it.
Following the celebration of Christmas day, the college bowl bonanza revs up again. Formerly known as the Little Caesars Bowl, the Quick Lane Bowl inaugurated in 2014 with Rutgers up-ending North Carolina 40-21. Four years later the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and Minnesota Golden Gophers are prepped for the fifth annual Quick Lane Bowl.