For both those who don't follow sports but wish they had fantasy teams to brag about and those who are addicted to owning fantasy sports teams, a federal district court clerk brings us Fantasy SCOTUS. In Fantasy SCOTUS, players try to predict the outcomes of pending U.S. Supreme Court cases, the splits (5-4, 7-2, etc.), and the justices in the majority and minority in each case.
(hat tip to the Con. Law Prof Blog)
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