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The full contest details are here. The gist is this: you go to Draftstreet, you sign up, you pick a roster of players from Friday’s games, and you watch your guys rack up points for you on Friday. The top scoring team wins $100, and the next 14 teams win cash, in declining order of awesomeness.

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  • chrisfchi

    Boom! done. lets see if i break the top 100 this time…..

  • ncsujuri

    Hopefully this time half my lineup won’t get rained out like the last time…that sucked!

  • Jim

    Dibs on last.

  • King Jeff

    I’m going to have to make sure to re-check my lineup on Friday morning. A few of my guys have pulled DNP’s the last couple of times we did this.

  • cms0101

    Interesting article regarding the Tribune Co., Sam Zell, and the IRS. Hopefully this will not negatively impact the Ricketts family or the Cubs.

    • http://www.bleachernation.com Brett

      That’s going to take some digesting. Very hard to see it negatively impacting the Ricketts or the Cubs in any significant way – unwinding the transaction is not a real possibility, just a penalty imposed on the Tribune – but I’m going to have to think on that.

      • JB88

        I’m not a bankruptcy attorney so I add a ginormous caveat to my next statement, but, thank goodness for the Ricketts family that this was a Chapter 11 and not a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, because, if it were, it would have been possible for the trustee to come after the Ricketts family if it were determined that, by their acts, they helped to defraud the Trib’s creditors.