5 ways commissioners can increase the fun and focus in fantasy football leagues

As the commissioner of your fantasy football league, it’s your job to make sure people play the game fairly and competitively, while having fun doing it. There are a couple of scenarios that really get to me when I do fantasy and can leave me bitter at the end of the season. First of all, […]

Vertical jump is not a priority for the 50 greatest NBA players of all time

There is no debate about the fact that foundational skills have slowly eroded over the past 25 years. The Michael Jordan era ushered in a new style of individual play. Instead of pivoting, shooting, cutting, passing and defending, the young players focused on a different set of skills. An exhaustive analysis of the 50 greatest […]


You won’t find “Fumblitis” in any medical journal, but it is an unfortunate ailment. It occurs in the fall along with the onset of winter, as do colds and flu. It is also a very serious affliction, which will bring migraines to offensive coaches and coordinators. Sometimes fumblitis can be fatal, for an offense. It […]

Online Sports Betting Basics: Learning Specific Bets

Online sports betting is expanding every day and it is not difficult to understand why. It combines two all-time favorite hobbies: sports and risk taking. Not all of us can play professional sports. Most people cannot take weekly trips to Las Vegas. But thanks to online sports betting, you can have the thrill of watching […]

Professional Sports Schools and Ivy League

Many high school athletes choose a college based on the likelihood that the one they choose will increase their chances for a professional career. Similarly, many high school students choose a school based on the likelihood that it will help them rise to the top of their chosen field after completing their studies. You may […]

Canterbury School – Academic Excellence in Fort Myers

Canterbury School is an independent coeducational private day school in Fort Myers, Florida that claims the distinction of sending 100 percent of its graduates to colleges or universities. With such high academic statistics, it is not surprising that Canterbury students are regularly admitted to select universities across the country, including Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Harvard, New […]