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2018 Legacy League / Commish Enrollment

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2 hours ago, kflores13 said:


Thank you very much, looking forward to it!

Hey, cool to see you taking over the Long Snappers, I decided to focus on just one league as Commish this year (which will be league 3). Good luck with the season ahead!

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7 minutes ago, CP1519 said:

League 10, I was in this one last year. I’d love to play again.

Ok I'll put you down to commish Franco's Italian Army this season.  That will be league 28

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1 minute ago, offseasonchamps said:

I played in League 49 Chop Block last year, and would love to commish for it. If not, any other league is fine no big deal. Thanks

Have you down to commish Chop Block.  This season it will be league 29 

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Standby list for 2018 is open.  Reminder you can only join one league whether you are commish or legacy enrolled, but you can put your name down for the standby list to take over for inactive members HERE

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