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2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 12


This week in our Fantasy Football podcast we talk about LeBron's place in NBA history and how will his legacy shake out if he doesn't win another championship. We also get into the Michigan/OSU game and the sadness we feel with Michigan's loss.

We mention our fantasy football and basketball scores, but only a little.

Thanks for downloading and listening, enjoy!


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