• Ryan Lynch

College Football DFS is Back!

College football DFS is back and we're just as excited as you are! You may have some questions... Well, we've got answers!

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa runs during the NCAA football playoff championship game against Georgia. (Associated-Press)

Where did it go?

--- College football DFS went away in 2016 due to the legality of student athletes being paid, and making profit off of anything related to their well being (YouTube, jerseys, or their likeness), all one big mess.

Where is it legal?

--- Alaska, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and the District of Columbia.

Where to get info on players?

--- There are many content websites out there that will supply info and their picks on the slates. Twitter is the best source of obtaining the free articles. A simple twitter search of “college football DFS,” will bring up many articles. Some of the notable ones to check out if interested, RotoCurve, Fantasy CPR, FanCave, and DFS Army.

Is it going to be easy $$$

--- No, but it will be a sport where if you put in time, you will be successful at the start. Through your research of finding and compiling the best sources of information you are putting in more work than others are so it puts you ahead of the game.

Where can you play?

--- As of now, Draftkings offers it. Presuming Fanduel follows suit within the coming weeks. But as of now Draftkings is the only site offering multi-game slates and single game showdown slates. If you need a referral link https://www.draftkings.com/r/lynchyf is a link that will allow both you and I to receive a $10 ticket.




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