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Friday, January 21, 2021

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There’s certainly some inverse energy in the champion of ESPN.com’s nationwide fantasy football competition being homeless:

Obviously, Nathan Harrington, 33, of Salem, Mass., knows something I don’t. Harrington ended up homeless after needing back surgery, going on medical leave from his job, and being forced to leave his home because it was condemned.

And still, he was better than over 3 million people at fantasy football.

He used computers at his father’s nursing home, his mother’s house, and the library. He knocked on neighbors’ doors and asked if he could use their computers.

When real life is falling apart, you might as well focus on Sunday’s stats.

by Costa Tsiokos, Fri 01/21/2011 08:00am
Category: Football, Internet
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