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Fantasy football for a college lecture class. Usually played to mitigate extreme boredom and/or anger at displays of self importance by fellow classmates.

Draft one person for every ten in the class, plus one Greek and one hottie. You cannot draft yourself. You must draft during or after the first class.

Point system:
One point if during class:
- Your Greek wears their letters to class (shoes and bags not withstanding)
- Your hottie looks better than your opponent's hottie on that day. If consensus cannot be reached, an arbitrator will decide.

One point if any of your other players:
- Makes a pop culture reference
- Tells a personal story (+2 if the prof cannot fluidly transition out of the story)
- Extends the class period with a comment or question
- Quotes a statistic
- Gives a needless summary of other people’s comments
- Uses a word clearly from the SAT/GRE verbal section
- Sucks up to or approaches the professor before, during, or after class for any reason
- Wears clothing from an Ivy League
- Makes a comment the professor immediately dismisses, interrupts, or just lets linger in silence
- Does a crossword (+2 if they finish)
- Falls asleep in class

If one of your players says, verbatim and without qualifiers, "I was wrong", you automatically win.
This class is such a waste of time, but did you see my greek rock his letters?! And Chris's awkwardly unrelated personal anecdote is totally two points." "I know, my team really didn't bring their A game, but my hottie dominated yours with that tank top, so today wasn't a total loss for my fantasy classroom.
by patinaoflogic September 15, 2010
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