Actually this made me realize, I wish college football still had ties. I didn't like the old way, with no overtime at all, but I'd like to see the game end in a tie after two overtimes, rather than the current "you have to go for two" model. I have no problem with ties as an outcome, and in the case of the 49ers and Rams, after how they played in the overtime period, it was an appropriate outcome.
Okay, so Saturday was my league draft in my non-w FFL. 12 teams, 16 rounds, serpentine draft order. I ended up with pick # 12 in the odd rounds, and pick #1 in the even rounds. With the first two picks, I took Willis McGahee and Peyton Manning.