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 A fantasy football league 2015-06-11 From Jason:Hello. We have a fantasy football league with 14 teams. The season is 13 weeks long and we would like to figure out a way to have two divisions of seven teams each with each team playing their inter-division opponents twice. Is there a way to set this up? I cannot seem to find a way to do it. Thanks!Answered by Victoria West. A rotation schedule for 14 teams 2014-07-08 From Daniel:I am organizing team activities for a summer camp. We have 14 teams and 7 rotations and 7 different games. every team will play a different game each rotation. Where I am having trouble is I would like each team to play a different team each rotation without a repeat. Is that possible? if so what is the formula?Answered by Victoria West. Dart teams 2009-09-18 From Sally:I have 14 dart teams. Each team has a home bar.Usually it is one week home, the next week away. I have 3 locations that have one board only, yet have 2 teams at each location. I have one location that has 2 dart boards, and 3 teams. The last location have 3 dart boards and 4 teams.Can you make me a schedule that will be home and away, and every teams plays each other twice. In case you are wondering, the bars sponsor the teams.Thank you. SallyAnswered by Robert Dawson. A 14 team league that is divided into 2 divisions 2009-03-07 From Ronnie:I have a 14 team league that is divided into 2 divisions. We have a total of 18 weeks to play. I would like for each team to play the team in their division twice. The remaining 6 weeks would be played with the other division. Any help would be appreciated.Answered by Chris Fisher and Victoria West.

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