We don’t often deal in reality these days when it comes to fantasy sports leagues.
Simple Internet searches reveal fantasy leagues for cricket, bowling, jai alai, tennis and even volleyball.
So the idea of a PAC-10 football fantasy league isn’t just inconceivable, it turns out, they actually exist.
Here’s a little tip sheet for anyone gearing up for a mid-season PAC-10 football draft.
The stat categories are very simple – aka let’s not nitpick, this is just a creative way to regurgitate boring stats.
1 point for every 20 yards; 3 points per thrown touchdown; -3 points per interception
ANDREW LUCK, Stanford, 17.8 Fantasy PPG
1253 yards – 13 TDS – 4 INT
Nipping at Luck’s Heals:
Matt Barkley, USC, 16.0 FPPG
Potential Fantasy Team Name: “Luck of the I Wish”
Arizona: Despite being runner-up in passing yards per-game behind ASU’s Steven Threet for the PAC-10 lead, Arizona’s Nick Foles is hurt by his 6-4 touchdown-to-interception ratio.