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Bruno Boys Draft Magazine!

So I'm particularly psyched to announce that the Bruno Boys' Draft Magazine is up and available for review as of today - go check it out! The Bruno Boys continuously put together great content for fantasy footballers and I'm pleased to be joining them a bit this season. I have an o-line update in their draft magazine but I'll also be doing a weekly column every Tuesday on their site, which I believe they're calling A Librarian's Touch. It will be a little different than what I do on this blog since I'm usually just sending you out to a bunch of different fantasy sites here - on their site I'll actually be giving you my thoughts and opinions. Hmm, we'll see how that pans out...I think my first column will likely be next Tuesday, so stay tuned!

In other news, I am heading out tomorrow for Columbus, Ohio, to be a part of my friends Beth and Bart's wedding. If you've paid attention to my college football rants in the past, you may know that I am um, not an Ohio State fan. Sorry Buckeyes but everyone's gotta have a nemesis. So it should be interesting to be in Columbus, surrounded by OSU fans - scarlet and gray everywhere. Since I'm actually in the wedding I'll have to maintain some degree of decorum and therefore will likely not be arrested for peeing on the stadium. But you never know...

A few more football links for today follow:
  • The Huddle's 2008 Ultimate RBBC Review - if the Huddle posts something, you should probably read it. They're that good. And who doesn't want info on which of their RBs will be part of the dreaded running back by committee (RBBC) approach?
  • My doorbell rang over the weekend and the postman was standing there with a package for me from Amazon - he must've hand delivered the package because he knew what fantastic material was inside: the Football Outsiders' 2008 Pro Football Prospectus. I love this thing and if there is one actual print resource you might want to pick up before you draft, I highly recommend this book.

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