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Ladies and Gentlemen of the TSL Universe, on Saturday August 20th in the Year of Our Lord 2022, the Race for Social Co-Ed Immortality begins once again as the Topper Sports League returns to the Lenny Alba fields behind the Rose Garden at the Angry Buffalo. This season will see 50 teams over 7 divisions go to battle on the gridiron (and at the bar!) to see who will be forever immortalized in history on October 22nd as a TSL Champion. 


Now I know what some of you long time TSLers are thinking: First off, isn’t the season starting a little early? And secondly: seven divisions? Did you add a D7? Allow me to help with this. It’s true, the Fall session for the TSL used to be decided in November, after a September start. However, through Topper’s great foresight, he realized that it tends to snow in November. As a result, he once made the schedule so that the league ended in the last week of October. It was great, as it worked pretty well with the TSL Costume Drunk Bow….er, 4 o’clock Game with Costumes would transpire shortly after the championships thanks to it being Halloween weekend. Pretty savvy move from the Undefeated TSL Executive of the Year. Well, that didn’t give much wiggle room in case of a dreaded rainout (or, I guess, snowout) week, so bumping things up to where we are now can potentially, I repeat, POTENTIALLY, give the league a week to work with if needed. Don’t get your hopes up though. It could also be an excuse to run a Halloween Costume Football Tournament the week after the season ends. Hmm. 


As for the 7 divisions? Well, the TSL finally went ahead and listened to what the people wanted: Breakfast Club is now also a fall event! Historically, BC has only been in the Spring session, but now that the sublist is directly tied into who plays in Breakfast Club, the hunt for Social Co-Ed Draft Football Mimosa Morning Glory brought to you by delicious Breakfast Sandwiches is a year round event! Well, it probably won’t happen in the Winter League. I think. 


There are, of course, some other changes to discuss as well. Over the offseason, I’ve had many conversations with Topper that have ranged from “I’m not going to the fields at all this season” to “I’ll probably be there most weeks”. The point is, Topper is a little burned out as he builds the foundation for TSL Ireland AND having a wicked contract dispute this offseason with Cookie Monster. He’s given the keys to the league to the Board of Directors (aptly named by Rameer) which all that means for you is that you need to do more complaining to Jeff Krol, Joe K, Travis, and our NEW Head of Officiating: Garrett Beesing!


Yes, its true, as Coach Jay leaves TSL reffing in a great place as he and Emily prepare to welcome the potential #1 overall pick in the TSL 2044 Draft into the world (Devon Cleavenger-Bernal might have something to say about that), Garrett has stepped into some large shoes to fill, but everyone is mostly confident he’ll do a moderately okay job. 


The point is, if you see Topper at the fields, give him Coronas and hugs only. 


I think that’s it for special offseason nonsense I was told to write about, so let’s get into the real reasons you’re all here: CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS, PREDICTIONS, AND GAME LINES. 




Championship Odds:


Legends (3-1)

Eyes Downtown (5-1)

Sticky Bandits (6-1)

Tight Ends In Motion (10-1)

Scared Hitless (12-1)

Passed Our Prime (17-1)

Grey Hair Don’t Care (20-1)


Preseason Predictions: So when we last saw D1, it was a 4 team shell of itself. The Legends proceeded to make arguably the most stacked team in TSL history with the intention of “buying” a championship. And despite midseason concerns with their subpar QB and who should replace him, they got it together and took home the title. What do they do for an encore? They add Jeremy Burr (who I can only assume will start at QB as the best one on the roster) and Pete Ngyuen, as the former “Best Tommy Hughes” award winner has returned to the TSL! All in all, the Legends will be hard to beat and are the favorites to repeat. Eyes Downtown added some talent themselves, locking in journeyman Ben Stack and Seth Molinsari as a response to yet another season without a title for Bobby McConnell. Sticky Bandits haven’t really made any changes, and they were THIS CLOSE to taking home the championship. Every season they seem to get a little bit closer to that D1 title. Scared Hitless didn’t win the D2 title, even though they probably should have. However, after a season of dominating D2 AND winning their D1 crossover game, they’ve entered themselves into D1 with the hopes of competing right away. There isn’t much turnover from last season’s team, but they did add Mike Rawdin to give them some extra pop. Speaking of POP, Passed Our Prime DID win D2, and Hogan immediately said he’d be going right to D1. That was a bold declaration, as it meant losing Kyle Conniff and Sean Weasel from the roster, but Hogan has never played scared before, and isn’t going to start now. Finally, Grey Hair Don’t Care got bumped up to D1 as well, which is a good thing as they began to show signs of dominating D2 last season as well. They factored into the title picture last season when we didn’t think they would, so I wouldn’t be shocked if they did it again this season in D1. They have all the talent in the world (and JZ!), so what better time than now to make a run at the D1 title. 


Prediction: Legends take two in a row, beating Eyes Downtown in the final. 


This Week’s Games:


Legends vs Grey Hair Don’t Care (+14) - Not the world’s greatest way to start in D1 for GHDC. The Legends (who might actually have a ring ceremony before the game) come into this one hyped and ready to defend their title. Joey and Sean have been sleeping together the entire offseason to make sure they stay in sync (no truth to the rumors that they made Jill sleep on the couch, yet), and they’re just focused on the repeat. Hard to go against them. LEGENDS BY 17


Grey Hair Don’t Care vs Scared Hitless (EVEN) - A marquee D2 matchup from a season ago turns into a hell of a D1 matchup to kick off the season here. Hitless gets Grey Hair coming off a hell of a game with the Legends, so it gives them a slight advantage here. These teams know each other pretty well, and both will be looking as this game as a “must win” in terms of standings and positioning. SCARED HITLESS BY 6




Championship Odds:


DILFS (4-1)

Frodo Swaggins (5-1)

The Untouchaballs (7-1)

No Punt Intended (9-1)

Freeballers (15-1)

The Replacements (20-1)

Buffalo Vice Retro (22-1)


Preseason Predictions: The Dilfs are the de facto favorites as they’re the only team from D2 last season that’s still here. They’ve played in D2 for so long, they have an advantage over other teams that are still being put together and learning how to play with each other. Frodo Swaggins, after 10 seasons of almost winning D3, decided to shake up the roster a little and make the jump to D2. They added some big time talent in Katie Salisbury, Sean Weasel, and Blake Fisher as well, essentially taking advantage of the end of Notorious BNB. The name remains the same, but they’re a more dangerous Frodo than ever before. The Untouchaballs make the jump up to D2 after just annihilating D3 for two seasons. Jeremy Burr (who should probably start #1 in the QB rankings this year) leads his team into a D2 that isn’t much more difficult than the D3 he was beating a few months ago. It appears he has the same team as before, and honestly, that might be all he needs. No Punt Intended appeared late in the signup process (they were apparently the 44th team registered, according to Topper) but they’re going to be a problem for people. NPI boasts some top notch girls in Amber Hay, Jaimie Warren, and Elena Schratz, and with Kyle Conniff playing as well, they should be in most games. Freeballers made the jump up to D2 as well, keeping the roster mainly intact but adding Dave Baker along the way. One place the Freeballers struggle at times was with changing up the game plan and thinking on the fly, and now they add arguably one of the best football minds in the league to shore that up. They could be dangerous. The Replacements show up and there aren’t many names I know on the roster other than Trish Esposito. They’re a wild card to me, and I look forward to seeing how well they do here. Finally, Buffalo Vice Retro was a confusing name, but it appears Vice has split into two Vices? BVR has some of the familiar parts of Vice: Dan Gonzalez, Cailtyn Mason, Seth Molisani but they also added some “Sleezin Szn” players like Jake Dunn and Rachel Parker. It’ll be interesting to see how they perform this season jumping up a division, but I know they’ll be competitive. I now await Dan’s email explaining this mess to me. 


Prediction: This division is completely up in the air, but at the end of the day I think we’ll see Frodo Swaggins ride their new toys to a championship over The Untouchaballs. 


This Week’s Games: 


Frodo Swaggins vs The Replacements (+10) - It’s hard to judge a game when I haven’t heard about a team before, and the other is a better version of what they were a season ago. But, I know the players Frodo added and they’re pretty damn good. FRODO SWAGGINS BY 8


Dilfs vs The Replacements (+12) - Same song as the other game, until I know more about The Replacements, it’ll be hard to judge their games. Naturally, they have a double header Week 1. And it’s a hell of a “trial by fire” getting arguably the top two teams in the division back to back. I guess we’ll see what they’re made of. DILFS BY 8




Championship Odds:


Practice Squad (6-1)

Itches and Ohs (8-1)

The Usual Suspects (10-1)

Scott Senior’s Starting (10-1)

Get Schwifty (11-1)

Cant Touch This (15-1)

Mountain Dew Me (18-1)

716 (20-1)


Preseason Prediction: Practice Squad, fresh off a D4 title, comes in as the D3 early season favorites, given their general athleticism and familiarity with each other. They got a “Liddle”  better, adding Kelly Liddle to the roster this season as well. Itches and Ohs get the same treatment, being one of the favorites in a wide open division mainly because they know exactly how to play with each other and the females on this team are superior to just about any in the division. The Usual Suspects are just Bullet Club with a fresh coat of paint. Former QB Jeff Easton returns to the core, but they’ve also added THK star Pistol Pete and his friend John Langley, as though this group needed more help losing somehow. Scott Senior’s Starting is all of the Kellers, although there’s no guarantee Senior is actually starting at QB. I’d love a world where he takes the first snap of every game to make the team name accurate, but then hands it off to his favorite son, Scotty Dro, after that. Get Schwifty is Blase LaDuca’s next attempt in running a team, and they have a few player’s I recognize from the Over Compensators and those stud girls in Liz Farley and Dorene Major. They should be a competitive team, especially if some of these I don’t know yet are superstars. Time will tell. Can’t Touch This is scared of nothing, and my favorite team from last season made the jump to D3 already. I love their confidence. I expect them to start out a little slow as they figure out the harder competition and then they’ll be right there as a top contender at the end of the season. They added the Good Battaglia Brother to the roster as well, which can only be an improvement. Mountain Dew Me returns after a brief hiatus from football. The extremely fast, blonde, probably Swedish guys look to make the league remember just exactly who they are right away. Their biggest issue might be who plays QB for them, as Joey Batts was the one who took them to greater heights. There’s some question marks here. Finally, 716 jumps up from D5 to D3 looking to make some noise. Their roster looks similar to the D5 team that was middle of the road last season, so it’ll be interesting to see their PED drug test reports to make quite the jump like that. 


Prediction: Can’t Touch This makes it to the championship game, only to lose in the final to Itches and Ohs. 


This Week’s Games:


Practice Squad vs Mountain Dew Me (+10) - These two teams once met in the greatest championship game in D5 history, with MDM winning in overtime to take the title. These old rivals rekindle that competitive flame in D3 this season, and while the game should be entertaining, Practice Squad is a very dialed in team, whereas MDM just got back. Look for the rematch later on, but for now: PRACTICE SQUAD BY 14


The Usual Suspects vs Can’t Touch This (+3) - These two teams should match up pretty well with each other. One team is going up a division and one team is going down a division. It’ll be an interesting mix of teams, but in the end I’m going to go with the veterans. THE USUAL SUSPECTS BY 6


Scott Senior’s Starting vs Can’t Touch This (+3) - Different game, same story. CTT gets to play a team of wily veterans. The issue will be if Scott Senior is actually starting. If he does? SSS wins by 40. If he doesn’t: CANT TOUCH THIS BY 6. 


Get Schwifty vs The Usual Suspects (EVEN) - I envision some potential fireworks this game as both sides have some hot heads. This game has the potential to be D3’s newest rivalry game, but for now i think we’ll get some very good football from both sides. This one will come down to the wire, but GET SCHWIFTY BY 2


Get Schwifty vs Scott Senior’s Starting (EVEN) - This is another game that will feature a close battle. D3 is going to be fun week in and week out. Let’s see the Keller’s pull this one out. SCOTT SENIOR’S STARTING BY 8




Championship Odds:


Cunning Stunts (3-1)

Zack Attack (5-1)

Cobblestone (6-1)

Spinelli’s Plumbing (8-1)

International Lightning Falcons (10-1)

Buffalo Vice (10-1)

Vaspian (12-1)

Puckett All-Stars (13-1)

Travis Henry’s Kids (17-1)

TOX (100-1)


Preseason Prediction:  The Cunning Stunts find themselves at the top of the D4 Championship Odds for the millionth time, because they’re just that good. Joey and the Girls are always competitive and can easily hang 50 points on you in an instant if you blink. Zack Attack returns after a subpar season for them, but they’ve added a few reinforcements that will hopefully get them to a title. Cobblestone moves to D4 after dominating the D5 season in the Spring, despite blowing yet another championship opportunity. Eventually, these players will stop letting Darryl Carr QB Superstar down on the field when it matters most. Spinelli’s, despite being cursed ever since they got the terrible new jerseys, will hopefully return with different threads this time around. SP can score like no other team in the league, and when they’re on, they’re tough to stop. ILF had a solid campaign last season, but eventually they blew it in the playoffs. Andrew Kicak was quoted as specifically blaming Becca for the loss, because she left the country and let her team down. Look for them to be in the mix again. Buffalo Vice is back in D4 and THIS team should be “Retro” when you consider it trots out not only Dan and Frank Pizza, but Andy Clark, the prodigal son, has returned! With Andy at QB, Vice scored oodles of points, and hopefully the magic is still there. Vaspian returns amid questions about their roster construction heading into Week 1. They’ll still be solid, especially defensively, but it’ll be interesting to see who will be on the field for them. Puckett is Puckett. That’s not a knock on them, they’re back, they’re competitive, they’re the same people, and they’ll beat you if you underestimate them. It’s a compliment. Travis Henry’s Kids blew the D6 championship and somehow thought adding the oft-injured Anthony Deak is the key to moving up to D4. It’s an interesting decision that is one to watch. Speaking of interesting and questionable decisions, last season we were considering if TOX should move to D6 or maybe stick around D5. Somehow that has them deciding “nah, we’ll do D4” as though that worked out really well last time. I hope they’re going to surprise us and have Tom Brady or Mac Jones step in to be QB. 


Prediction: The Cunning Stunts take home the title, defeating the Lightning Falcons in the finals. 


This Week’s Games: 


Zack Attack vs Travis Henry’s Kids (+8) - A very interesting mix off the bat as one of the TSL’s best defenses of the last few seasons takes on one of it’s best offenses in recent memory. THK always comes into the season very focused, and with Pistol Pete and Deak out there, John Langley will find it tough to “Langley all over himself” this game. THK takes a surprise of the day. TRAVIS HENRY’S KIDS BY 7


Cunning Stunts vs Puckett All-Stars (+10) - Puckett tends to start slow every year, and now they’re getting the girls who are essentially football robots with the TSL’s #1 QB? Not the best of starts. Of course Puckett will play them tough, but in the end, the girls will start the season out right. CUNNING STUNTS BY 14


Cunning Stunts vs Vaspian (+10) - Vaspian has proven in years past that they can hang with the Stunts, but that’s a lesson the Stunts haven’t forgotten just yet. With Vaspian still cobbling together a roster, they’re probably not fully ready for this one. Stunts go to 2-0. CUNNING STUNTS BY 17


Cobblestone vs Puckett All-Stars (+7) - Puckett looks to give Darryl’s squad a run for their money off the bat. Cobblestone tends to thrive in any situation, given that they’ve played in nearly every division, so they’ll be up to the task, and refocused after last season’s disappointment. COBBLESTONE BY 1




Championship Odds:


TMA (3-1)

Come From Behind (6-1)

Passing While Intoxicated (10-1)

Woodpeckers (12-1)

Let’s Get Reccked (15-1)

Today’s Feast (18-1)


Preseason Prediction: TMA returns to D5 but just about every team that gave them competition last year went away. Cobblestone moved up to D4, Tater Tots and Red Zone Mafia took the session off, and the only teams remaining for them are Come From Behind and Passing While Intoxicated. Of course, every time things seem too easy for TMA, they mess it up spectacularly. CFB is back with the same names and faces you’ve loved for over a decade. They’re chock full of league darlings and great hair. They’ll be the biggest competition to TMA this year. PWI returns largely intact from last season. Colorado Mike’s team still needs to figure out the QB situation, but once that’s settled, they can be a dark horse here. The D6 champion Woodpeckers shocked the world last season ending up with the title, and they’re looking to do it again. Joe B might be 85 years old (guesstimating here), but he’s finally found a group of people that get along and ball out. Besides Mark, Wrestler Dan and the Rachels, he has an underrated squad chock full of people whose names you haven’t heard of yet, but you’re going to. Let’s Get Reccked is what seems to be Ricky Recckio’s take on Not So Sticky. But instead of being drunk and fun, they’re going to try to win. They have a couple of guys you know, most you don’t, a Game On Spy, and a killer female squad in Doreen, Becca, Talia, and Kayla Deth that’s going to win them some games. Today’s Feast dropped down to D5, and it’s going to be for the best. D4 wasn’t quite IT for them, but a drop in opponent talent can only help them figure themselves out a bit better. Here’s another dark horse contender. 


Prediction: TMA beats Let’s Get Reccked in an interesting final. 


This Week’s Games:


TMA vs Woodpeckers (+10) - There’s no way I talk about how TMA is going to run over the division and then they lose, right? Right? As much as I want to predict that just to irk Prim, I’m going to do what’s right here. TMA BY 13, BRENT SCORES IF HES THERE.


Passing While Intoxicated vs Let’s Get Reccked (+7) - My biggest issue with LGR is that I’m not sure if Alex Buchlis is QB or this is going to be Ricky throwing. Ricky is a terrible QB so that shouldn’t be the case. Alex probably isn’t allowed. So I have no idea. PWI was a on a tear in last year’s playoffs before Alex Lee bailed on them when it mattered most. It seems like he’s back though, so let’s hope they keep the momentum rolling. PASSING WHILE INTOXICATED BY 12


Passing While Intoxicated vs Today’s Feast (+10) - I really want to see what Today’s Feast can do in D5. They always show flashes of competence before blowing it, and I really think they can make something happen here. They’re a team I’m keeping my eye on this season for sure. TODAY’S FEAST BY 3


Come From Behind vs Lets Get Reccked (+8) - At the end of the day, CFB is a well oiled machine (that’s mostly Molly that’s oiled up, but still) that has been doing this for very long. Probably before football was invented, honestly. While LGR is completely new and figuring things out. Give me stability. Give me Paul’s hair. Actually, just give me LoVullo genes. COME FROM BEHIND BY 16




Championship Odds:


Blitzkrieg (2-1)

Not So Sticky (4-1)

Punt Cakes (8-1)

Superior Moser Squad (12-1)

Lenny’s Ladies (15-1)

Two Tuddies (18-1)


Preseason Prediction: Blitzkrieg comes in here as the proverbial favorite, mainly because all of their competition is gone. They’ll still trot out the top team week after week, assuming they didn’t lose a large chunk of talent which it seems like they haven’t. Not So Sticky is chock full of good players who are mostly just focused on having a good time. They dropped down from D5 after a rough season, and the TSL’s funnest team might just have too much talent to not fall into a championship. Punt Cakes is a new team to the TSL, but I’m pretty sure they’re led by Baby Gronk, which means they’ll have an idea on what’s going on in the league. There’s going to be some talent here. Superior Moser Squad, according to reports, are going to trot out Rylee Moser at QB, which should be a very fun experience. Imagine her being better than Steve. Does he start purposely dropping her passes? Lenny’s Ladies returns, but as I’m looking at the roster it seems like they’ve lost nearly all of the their top talent. Gone are Caitlyn Mason, Misty Himes, and Jaimie Warren, which is a lot to lose. They still have a good amount of a talent, and few new names I don’t know that could end up being superstars. Finally, Two Tuddies dropped a division with rival Not So Sticky so we can rekindle that romance as well this season. They went through some roster changes, but a change to D6 could be exactly what’s needed to get them on the winning track. 


Prediction: Blitzkrieg pulls off the impossible and wins a D6 title like I’ve wanted for them for so long, beating the surprising new team in Punt Cakes. 


This Week’s Games:


Punt Cakes vs Not So Sticky (EVEN) - There’s not way Not So Sticky will be drunk at 10:00 right? Of course, it’s a Bills game that day too, so maybe they’ll start at 8am. Everyone knows they get their power from late day drinking, so Punt Cakes should take advantage. PUNT CAKES BY 3


Punt Cakes vs Two Tuddies (+6) - Why not make it two for two? The Tuddies offense was virtually non-existent last season, and I can’t imagine they’ll figure it out in the first game back from the offseason. I don’t know why, but I’m all about the Cakes. PUNT CAKES BY 6



  1. Who will be there? The one thing I’ve heard a lot of this week was that most teams will be missing players left and right. Some are on vacation, others are going to a preseason Bills game, and others just have things to do on one of the last weekends of the summer. It’ll make for some interesting roster combinations for sure. 

2.              What’s the hardest division this season? It’s really looking like D3 is just going to be brutal for the team involved. Top to bottom, any team can walk away with the championship there. 

3.              Who has the easiest path to a championship? Well, the Legends are waiting for the NFL cuts to come through so they can stack their roster a bit more, so we’ll see what happens there. But joking aside, TMA really should run through D5 without much issue. 

4.              What are the most interesting teams in each division? In D1, it has to be Tight Ends In Motion. After many seasons at the top, they fell off hard last year. Now with some more Kleckers involved yet again, they could find themselves in the right spot again. D2 - Frodo Swaggins. They went all in on a revamped roster and are shooting for the moon in a weaker than normal D2. D3 - Get Schwifty comes to mind here because they have a lot of talent on paper, but will they put it all together? D4 - Buffalo Vice. They got the band back together the familiar waters of D4 and I want to see if the connection is still strong with Andy. D5 - Let’s Get Reccked is easily the most interesting team based off the combination of who’s playing that we know AND who we don’t. I can’t imagine Ricky didn’t get some characters to play with. And in D6 - For me, its Punt Cakes. I want to know what they’re about. I have an idea about most of the other 5 teams, but they’re new, so I want to see how it works for them. 

5.              Any other big TSL news from the offseason? The only thing i was told about that I hadn’t mentioned yet is probably the biggest. The TSL is going back to the “Pre-Covid” rules and only allowing one team per player. We relaxed those rules when Covid hit as a way to get more people playing as we were the ONLY league in town to work with the Health Dept and make a battle plan to play during the pandemic. This brought in a lot of new faces that needed places to play. Now that that’s over (knock on wood) its time to head back to the old rules that helped this league thrive. Now, gender teams will still be allowed, so girls, don’t worry, you’ll still have a second team to play on. And there’s a twist where if you help referee multiple games, you’ll be allowed to play on a second team. It’s basically a reward for helping the league. And the other way to play on a second team? You bring in a whole new team to play with. Essentially, for example if a D2 player brings in a D4 team of their family and friends that has a roster of them and NINE new people to the TSL? They can double up. And no, you can’t have multiple people doubling up, etc. The point of preventing constant “two teamers” is that it forces teams to get new people into the league when they need a guy or a girl instead of just getting current members of the league to join a second team. Continuing down that path leads to having the same 100 people playing on four teams in four different divisions, just teams are mixed up slightly. That’s a terrible way to run a football league, and the TSL would like to avoid that nonsense. 



  1. I really think Garrett Beesing as the new Head of Officiating is a dynamite hire. Garrett is a long time member of the league that cares about it, and he usually ends his podcast appearances with some form of calling people out to ref. Should be great for the league here. 

2.              If you haven’t filled out a waiver yet this year, you need to get on it! Captains, make sure you get your new players to fill it out. It takes five seconds. 

3.              The weather for Saturday in Buffalo is 86 degrees and mostly sunny. It’ll be a hot one. (it’ll only be 77 here in Des Moines!)

4.              Breakfast Club in the Fall is still very exciting, and I’m thrilled to see the race for Mimosa Morning Glory is back. We have some new captains and some exciting teams to talk about, but we’ll get into them next week. 

5.              The Wine Tournament was a HUGE success! Thank you to everyone that played and to everyone that helped out. Rumor has it Topper was in bed by 7:00pm. 

6.              The reason the TSL is the greatest Social Co-Ed experience in the world is because of the people. So remember to keep your head on straight. Don’t yell at the refs. Get to know the new people in the league. Make them feel included. 

7.              Did I get information about your team wrong? Then stop messing around and take 5 minutes to email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and tell me all about who I need to know. 

8.              The best part about the start of the Fall Session? The banquet is coming back. More on that as details become available. 

9.              The TSL Fantasy Football League is making it’s glorious return for the 4th straight year. There may be some openings for the league, so talk to Joe K about that asap. Think you have what it takes to win the Leonard Alba III Memorial Championship Belt? 

10.           Last but not least, the podcast is back, and if you want to be a part of that to talk about your team’s games and be a bigger part of the league, find Joe K, Jeff Krol, or I guess you can even bother Topper about this one if you see him at the bar. 


The TSL is back, the weather is going to be great, and we’re going to have a tremendous season. I can’t wait to hear about what went down this week. Until then, I’ll be in the cut. 



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