Multiple Division Fantasy Football League (48 Team League)
I've been running a 48 Team Fantasy fooball league (4 divisions / 12 teams each having their own draft) 11 week reg season with the top 8 moving on to a single elimination march madness style bracket. I've been using myfantasyleague but a lot of my owners did not like the user interface. Is there a way Yahoo can create this this type of league. The few sites that could do it, charged the commissioner a upfront season fee, which I don't mind. I'm just hoping yahoo can create this since yahoo's interface is the best !! :)
Yahoo is way too backwards to consider doing this. Meanwhile, most other pay sites allow it. Yahoo is always waaaaaaaaay behind the times. It's like 1995 over at yahoo. What does this mean? You get what you pay for. Yahoo is free and offers virtually zero innovation. Better off at MFL or RTS where you can customize every aspect of your league including playoffs. Yahoo sucks donkey balls..... always has and always will.
nick weldon commented
Also: My members would GLADLY pay a premium for this option.
nick weldon commented
Agree 100 percent. Multiple player pools and the option for more teams. I have run a very large "league" for years and years, but with 28 friends playing I have to split into two leagues. The number one complaint I get from my managers is that they can't communicate with managers in the other league. I want everyone to be able to play together!
Bailey Jones commented
Do you track league scoring in Week 17 manually?
Chris Long commented
I would really love this option. My work league is too large and we're considering moving to myfantasyleague specifically for this option. Optimally, we'd have two "conferences" that had their own players, divisions, etc. Then the final game of the season would be a superbowl game against the winners of our two conferences.
Dan Noffke commented
Having this available would be amazing.
The max size for a league is 20 teams and a player can only be held by one manager in the league.
Borith Nak commented
i play in a similar super league and i'm absolutely sure our constituents would gladly pay a fee if yahoo provided the infrastructure to run the league there. the other sites that currently do it leave a lot to be desired.