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Feb. 24: 50 Dime UConn winner
Feb. 23: 50 Dime Pelicans loser
Feb. 22: 25 Dime Washington St. winner
Feb. 21: 100 Dime St. Bonaventure loser
Feb. 20: 50 Dime Utah State winner
Feb. 19: 25 Dime Virginia Tech winner
Feb. 18: 25 Dime South Florida winner
Feb. 17: 75 Dime Pepperdine winner
Feb. 16: 25 Dime Jacksonville loser
Feb. 15: 50 Dime La Tech loser
Feb. 14: 25 Dime DePaul loser
Feb. 13: 25 Dime Boston College winner
Feb. 12: 50 Dime Mavericks loser
Feb. 11: 25 Dime Chiefs winner
Feb. 10: 25 Dime Clemson winner
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Jeffrey Granger's Rating System

I see a lot of guys here on the site use the "DIME" rating system. I'm down for that. Makes a lot of sense. It's a nice gambling term to assign to a scale that let's you know how much I like a play.

So let's go 10 to 100 dimes. My baseline will probably be 25 on the low end.

Will I ever top a 100 dime release? Probably. And why not? If I'm on a roll and I see a play I absolutely love, why not push in my chips on the table? 

Who is Jeffrey Granger?

First and foremost, no one calls me Jeffrey, except maybe my mother when she's really pissed at me.

I turn 28 in April of 2024. Grew up in Baltimore. Huge Ravens and Orioles fan. Always been a sports fanatic. Started playing fantasy sports when I was probably 13 or 14. Started playing it for money when I was 18. Started playing it for BIG money when I was around 22. 

Did I dabble in sports betting along the way? You betcha. 

You can't play fantasy every single day and not want to bet, too. And truthfully, I think it gives you an advantage since you're so heavily involved analyzing players, teams and injury reports.

Got my break in this business writing free pick selections for a couple of sites that were just designed to suck in gamblers so they could send them to sportsbooks.

That eventually led me here. First time my own picks will be available and sold to the public.

Excited to be here, but also know that my leash is short because winning is everything in this business. Of course you can't do that all the time, but making $$$ over the long term - just like in fantasy - will always be my goal.