Kappa Sigma Football League

The Kappa Sigma Football League (sponsored by Yahoo! Fantasy Sports) is a free league that has been a fantasy favorite for many Central Florida Kappa Sigmas and friends. Instantiated in 2002 by the first KSFL Commissioner, Steve Worsley, the KSFL completed its 20th season in 2021. The KSFL is a private league.

The KSFL is comprised of two conferences (which have no impact on gameplay; pure bragging rights only):

Claiming their seventh KSFL championship, Baker's Dirty Dozen (managed by Rob Tessmer) extended his lead of the most league championships.

League Champions

Year
Team
Manager
Conference
2021 Baker's Dirty Dozen Rob Tessmer Bologna
2020
Wizards
Richard Patch
Bologna
2019
Baker's Dirty Dozen
Rob Tessmer
Bologna
2018
Primetime
Derek Humphrey
Cossa
2017
Primetime
Derek Humphrey
Cossa
2016
Primetime
Derek Humphrey
Cossa
2015
Primetime
Derek Humphrey
Cossa
2014
DawgPound
Rob Tessmer
Bologna
2013
Wizards
Richard Patch
Bologna
2012
DawgPound
Rob Tessmer
Bologna
2011
Itchy Buchholz
Eric Rausher
Bologna
2010
GMONEY
Brian Glossman
Bologna
2009
DawgPound
Rob Tessmer
Bologna
2008
DawgPound
Rob Tessmer
Bologna
2007
Wizards
Richard Patch
Bologna
2006
Wizards
Richard Patch
Bologna
2005
DawgPound
Rob Tessmer
Bologna
2004
Shoe Up Biatch
Greg Waddell
Cossa
2003
Baycity Pimps
Zack Hosie
Bologna
2002
Steel Curtain
John Ross
Bologna

In 2007, the KSFL Commissioner began to maintain statistics of previous KSFL years through 2015. Since then, statistics are available and maintained via the Yahoo! Fantasy Sports league site.

Each year, the league members are allowed to request changes (to be enacted by a majority vote of league managers) to any rules, point allocations, roster positions, etc. Below is a list of current KSFL rules and guidelines.

League Rules/Guidelines

*League Rules updated: 3 June 2011

Visit the KSFL site to find out more information on the current status of the league.

The Commissioner posted some potential league changes that are up for a vote prior to each season. All managers that have participated in four or more seasons are eligible to vote and propose additional changes.