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Big Cat Country Partners With Yahoo! Sports For Fantasy Football

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Now that the lockout is officially over and camps are set to open up, we can get down to what's really important: Our fantasy football leagues and teams. SB Nation and Yahoo! Sports have teamed up to bring you the official fantasy football league of Big Cat Country.

Yahoo! Fantasy Football supports SB Nation and pigskin awesomeness. It’s also the #1 Fantasy Football game thanks to dazzling player research, instant stats with free live scoring, iPhone, Android, and iPad apps this season. Plus, new scoring categories for long receptions and rush plays. (Yes!) Sign up at today to join the official Big Cat Country league. It's free!

I have created a 20-man league, which seems absolutely ridiculous, that will be public and have weekly updates. If you're interested in joining the league, send me an e-mail and tell me why you should join it. I've already sent out invites to all of our writers, but we'll have plenty of spots.

Here are some quick facts about the partnership and the leagues we're building:

  • Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football '11 is easy to use, with mock drafts, player comparisons features, and numerous customization options. Plus Yahoo! Sports offers superior stability, especially during drafts and games (Yahoo! Sports fantasy football doesn't drop the ball) Yahoo! Sports fantasy football provides fans with top-notch information, resources, and expert advice.
  • From player notes to injury updates to Fantasy Football Live ( – Yahoo! Sports helps you win big. Fantasy football is the original social network, it is the way friends stayed connected over football no matter where they were, Yahoo! Sports continues the tradition by letting fans talk smack talk, check'in, and chat on newly launched message boards. Fantasy football isn't newspapers and fax machines anymore, fans are on the go and Yahoo! Sports lets fantasy football users manage their teams no matter where they are via mobile phones, iPads (new this year), and other mobile devices.