Fantasy Football and Player Behavior

Yes, I promised you … “and stuff.” This fits under that category. Three scholars (two of them are my colleagues at Barrett, The Honors College at ASU) discuss how people who play fantasy football select players with issues of player behavior in mind.

There is a connection here, of course. Some people worship Nathan Bedford Forrest for his skills as a battlefield commander. Some of them are at pains to deny his role in other activities.


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