Hosts Scott Fiedler and Phil Naessens discuss why home-court advantage isn’t always the case during a pandemic, the difference between Daily Fantasy Sports and Seasonal Fantasy Sports, Scott shares some advice for people wagering on horse races, fantasy basketball, and much more!



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The guys open with the Coup attempt in Washington and discuss ways in which the nation can heal. They then discuss some of the reasons as to why home court or field isn’t always an advantage during the pandemic. Scott shares some tips on handicapping horses, Phil shares his top Fantasy Basketball waiver wire picks, and much more!!

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  • How young is too young for a child to participate in sports
  • Focusing on just one sport too soon 
  • What coaches should and shouldn’t do when developing 
  • Gurus and why you should avoid them
  • The difference between coaching high-performance athletes and coaching kids who just want to have fun


These are just some of the topics that will be covered in The Canteen. The guys will also occasionally discuss topics such as;


  • Horse Racing as a Fantasy Sports
  • Fantasy Sports
  • MLB Baseball
  • NBA and NCAA Basketball
  • NFL and NCAA Football
  • Tips on being a successful summer camp counselor
  • What campers can expect on their first day at Brookwood
  • What parents can expect when sending their kids to camp for the first time


Please join the guys every week as they share their thoughts, answer your questions, and much more. Please use the comments section to share your thoughts, questions, and concerns and we will answer them in The Canteen.

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