Shark Hunters DFS Week 12 College Football

Shark Hunters DFS Week 12 College Football

We have some very high totals on this slate – 10 out of 14 expecting to see over 50 and 4 of those games being single possession spreads. At first glance at the pricing on DraftKings, I think the easy strategy is to punt QBs and stack RBs and WRs. There is also a lot of value on the slate to be able to pay up for the studs.

Wake Forest vs Clemson (-4.5) O/U 56.5

We start off with Wake Forest and Sam Hartman ($10,300) who is a semifinalist for a couple of NCAA awards. Hartman has been very fantasy friendly this year averaging 34.5 fppg. Only issue with me saying lock him in this week is he’s up against a tough Clemson D. Wake Forest is a very up-tempo, high scoring offense, averaging 43.6 ppg and just under 80 plays a game. On the other side we have Clemson who is only giving up 16.7 points per game. Hartman can do damage through the air and a little on the ground but at his price point I think I’m going to go elsewhere, maybe a few shares.

The Demon Deacons normally have a shared backfield, but latest reports are Beal-Smith is still in a boot. That opens the backfield to Justice Ellison ($4,300) having another “workload” day. He had 13 touches against UNC when Beal-Smith got hurt, and then 17 attempts last week. He did punch it in twice against the Wolf Pack of North Carolina State, but this is a step up in competition.

On the receiver side Wake Forest has a pair of amazing WRs and another I would target if anyone. We will start off with Jacquarii Roberson ($8,300) who is one of Sam Hartman’s favorite targets. Averaging around 5 catches a game and 86 yards a game. Again, it’s a tough matchup but a name to watch. The other star receiver is the 6’5 A.T. Perry ($8,200). Perry is not far off from Roberson averaging just under 5 catches a game but is averaging just under 92 yards a game too. He leads the 2 in TDs this year and has been Hartman’s favorite target in the redzone. The last name to watch for is Taylor Morin ($4,200). Still gets some loving and in a game set at 56.5 you could try worse choices.

For Clemson we should see D.J, Uiagalelei ($5,900) lead the offense again. He’s been disappointing this year. Only 8 passing touchdowns on the year and 7 interceptions. I know Death Valley is wishing Trevor Lawrence was coming back. D.J. could hit value here, with Wake Forest defense being awful! I would compare the Demon Deacons defense to Clemson recent matchup against Louisville. Wake Forest ranks lowers than Louisville “so you’re telling me there’s a chance.” I won’t go crazy here, may have him in a few lines.

If you know who’s going to play here, let me know. Will Shipley ($6,700) and Kobe Pace ($4,200) were both available last week but held out. I would assume it was because it was against Connecticut and the Deacons were coming in this week. Anyways, I am going to assume both are healthy and will play. They will share the backfield and I will have some shares of both, as stated above Wake Forest hates playing defense.

 

Justyn Ross is having surgery on his fractured foot and has plans to enter the 2022 NFL Draft. So, there is 1 receiver done and they may be down Joseph Ngata as well. We should see both Beaux Collins ($4,500) and Dacari Collins ($3,500) step up. Both had 5+ catches in the game last week. Also keep an eye out for Ajou Ajou ($3,200) as he’s next up on the depth chart earlier this week behind Ross.


Florida State vs Boston College (-2) O/U 54.5

Florida State hasn’t had the season they wanted but they have surprised some of us and win games I wouldn’t expect them to. Jordan Travis ($7,000) will lead Florida State and try and pull off another upset. He’s coming off a very good game vs Miami last week. He is going up against a tougher matchup here, but I think you could do worse.

Florida State likes to spread the ball out with the RBs as they will use Jashaun Corbin ($6,800) and Treshaun Ward ($3,700). Corbin will be the main back, but Ward will get his shares. I’m probably going to avoid these backs.

I will keep this short I am not interested in the WRs for Florida State. They are all complete GPP plays. If I was to take one it would be between Ontaria Wilson ($4,000) or Kansas transfer Andrew Parchment ($3,500) as fliers.

Phil Jurkovec ($4,500) missed some games but now that he’s back Boston College is looking decent again. He is one of my cheap QB plays for the week. 48.5 points last week against Georgia Tech and Florida State is right around the same rank for defense. I think he could hit value easily vs the Seminoles.

The Eagles have leaned on their RB Pat Garwo III ($5,800) since Jurkovec has come back. Back-to-back 100-yard games and I think there’s a good chance he could make that 3 in a row. Florida State ranks 244th against RBs and I will have plenty of shares of him.

Zay Flowers ($6,700) is the main guy for the receivers. He can do damage vs the Seminoles, but I think I rather combine Garwo and Jurkovec. Flowers is GPP viable, and I will have some shares of him.

Iowa State vs Oklahoma (-4) O/U 60.5

We have seen teams torch Oklahoma’s Defense and we could see it again this week. Brock Purdy ($6,900) will lead the Cyclones and see if they can serve Oklahoma their 2nd straight loss. He can put-up points but are we going to see him used against a bad pass defense or will they rely on their other super stars on offense. I will have some shares of Purdy.

The other super star I was referring to is Breece Hall (9,400). Averaging 21 carries a game and 117 yards a game and averaging just under 2 touchdowns a game. Dude is a monster and I expect him to have a big game against the Sooners. I will have plenty of shares of him. If you can afford him there’s no reason not to go, there.

Iowa State have plenty of fire power on offense and it doesn’t stop here. A couple options here and I will have shares of all of them. Xavier Hutchinson ($7,500) is their main wideout and he has shown some big game ability. He is averaging just under 7 catches a game. The Cyclones also have a cash friendly Tight End with Charlie Kolar ($4,500). In a high total game and one of Purdy’s favorite targets in the redzone, I will have plenty of shares of him. The last guy I would consider in GPPs is Tarique Milton ($3,800). Two touchdowns in 2 games, on only 3 catches. Milton is a very GPP play here.

Oklahoma’s offense has been a roller coaster this year, but I will still have some shares of each of these players. Starting off at QB Caleb Williams ($9,900) will get the start. It was said he had a hand injury last week vs Baylor, but Lincoln Riley was quoted, “Williams hand is fine, and he is good to go on Saturday.” Iowa State has a better defense, but they have showed some holes. Not my favorite play but not hating it.

Oklahoma will most likely lean on the pass game, but a name to note especially in the redzone is Kennedy Brooks ($7,400). If the Sooners get up early, he may be leaned on more, but I expect Oklahoma to lean away from the run game.

Receiver wise Oklahoma has plenty of options, you just have to pick the right one. I would label the whole receiver core as GPP plays. The Sooners like to spread the ball out as each of the receivers will get at least 2 or more catches. If I had to pick my favorite I would lean on Michael Woods II ($3,800). Woods came back last week after being gone from the team a few weeks and hauled in 4 catches for 53 yards.

Texas vs West Virginia (-3) O/U 56.5

The mighty Longhorns! What a game last week… Now Texas is down their star RB so they will most likely lean on the receivers or the backup RBs.

Casey Thompson ($6,800) was named the starter vs West Virginia. Fantasy wise Thompson finished off nicely vs Kansas, but I don’t know what QB hasn’t looked nice against the Jayhawks defense. Step up in competition and I won’t have many shares of him in this matchup.

I can see a shared backfield here even though early indications have said otherwise. Roschon Johnson ($3,800) is slated to take over the lead back spot moving forward, but I have been hearing a lot about Keilan Robinson ($3,600) now that he is cleared COVID protocol. I would lean Johnson in this game if you were going with either, but I can see a shared backfield to end the year. The Mountaineers haven’t been the best at stopping the run so I will have some shares here especially with them being so cheap.

The Longhorns have about 3 wideouts who can make some noise. Xavier Worthy ($7,200) is the main guy here and is probably the most reliable. Marcus Washington ($4,900) has stepped up since Jordan Whittington ($4,900) was out with a collarbone injury. Whittington has been said to play this week so we will see how that does for each of them.

Jarret Doege ($5,200)
is priced where he should be. He’s had a bad season compared to what some of us expected. He has an amazing matchup here. Again, just look at last week Kansas was able to move the ball with ease. I will have some shares of Doege.

I keep finding myself placing Leddie Brown ($6,200) in almost all my lines. He is the go-to guy on offense, and I can see him getting 25-30 touches this game. Texas allowed freshman Devin Neal for Kansas to run for 143 and totaling 3 touchdowns on the ground and receiving. I can see Leddie Brown being a cash game lock.

West Virginia doesn’t have an amazing receiver core but there are a few names to know. Winston Wright Jr ($5,000) is probably the number 1 guy to remember. He is averaging 5 catches a game and Texas defense is awful if you couldn’t tell by now. Outside of the Oklahoma State game Bryce Ford-Wheaton ($4,800) has been on fire. I will have shares of both Wright and Ford-Wheaton. The flier to know is Sam James ($3,700). Numbers have not been amazing, but against a bad defense we have seen him hit value with just 2-3 catches and a touchdown.

Purdue (-11.5) vs Northwestern O/U 47.5

The upset kings were not able to do it again last week vs Ohio State, but Aidan O’Connell ($6,200) still had a nice fantasy day. He draws a decent matchup here vs Northwestern. He won’t be my first choice, but I think you could do worse.

Purdue should have a field day on the ground, only issue is they are a pass happy offense. The backfield will be shared between King Doerue ($4,500) and Zander Horvath ($3,400). Doerue has filled in decently with Horvath getting hurt earlier this year. Horvath has been able to work his wake back shortly. Northwestern is not the same defense they used to be and currently rank as one of the worse rush defenses. I will have a few shares of each.

If you don’t know his name yet you might as well start learning the name David Bell ($7,300). He draws a tougher matchup vs the Wildcats this week compared against the last 2 weeks. The rest of the receivers are all GPP worthy.

I’ll keep it short and simple with Northwestern. They will run the ball and try to milk the clock. Evan Hull ($5,300) is the name to know here. Purdue is not the best against the run but they will still give him 15+ touches.

Michigan State vs Ohio State (-19) O/U 68.5

Two teams that need this win. Whoever losses you can remove from playoff talks.

Payton Thorne ($7,000) will need to air the ball out in this game with Ohio State being bad against through the air. He has had some nice games the last 2 weeks and I think he will need if they want to stay close in this game.

Kenneth Walker III ($9,200) is the main guy here and I think at his price point he can only be considered as a GPP play. Walker is an amazing player and will be one of the finalists for Heisman this year. I just rather pay up for Breece Hall if I was going that route.

Jayden Reed ($6,500) is the main guy for the Spartans receivers. With Jalen Nailor being out the last few weeks and doubtful as of now to play this week, Reed and Tre Mosley ($4,700) have stepped up nicely. Both will need to be on their A game if they want to try and win this game and make it back into the playoff’s contentions.

Ohio State offense is not their issue this year, as the defense has not helped them out. C.J. Stroud ($9,500) has had a roller coaster season fantasy wise, and he will be needed against a horrible Spartans pass defense.

Freshman TreVeyon Henderson ($8,500) has had an amazing season. He will have a tougher matchup this week but at the price point I rather go elsewhere. Henderson is a GPP play this week.

The Buckeyes have a 3 headed attack. Jaxon Smith-Nijgba ($7,900), Garrett Wilson ($6,800) and Chris Olave ($6,400) should all have a field day. Olave is probably the safest with how many targets he gets a game followed by Wilson. Smith-Nijgba is a GPP play this week with his pricing, but I think he can possibly still hit value, but it’ll be tough.

Rutgers vs Penn State (-17.5) O/U 46.5

Rutgers wise will be short and sweet. I will be avoiding them in lineups. Penn State has been a top 10 defense this year.

For Penn State Sean Clifford ($6,000) has a tougher matchup this week especially with a lower total this week. Clifford is worth some shares this week as they prefer to throw.

I would avoid the RB for the Nittany Lions this week but if you are interested, you’re looking for Noah Cain ($4100).

Receiver wise Jahan Dotson ($8,400) is the main guy. Averaging 8 catches a game and just shy of 100 yards a game. I think Dotson will have a field day! A cheap option I would consider is Parker Washington ($4,000). He hasn’t had the best season but if you were looking for a receiver to pair with Clifford and didn’t want to pay for Dotson I would suggest Washington. Dotson will get most of the shares of the 2.

Illinois vs Iowa (-12) O/U 38.5

I am completely avoiding this game but if you were taking someone, I would consider the RBs. Tyler Goodson ($6,500) and Chase Brown ($5,700).

Georgia Tech vs Notre Dame (-17.5) O/U 59.5

Just like the last game I will be avoiding Georgia Tech this week.

Notre Dame should have a field game this week. If you’re wanting a QB this week I would avoid this game as well. I think Jack Coan ($6,400) is a decently play on GPP, but I rather go elsewhere.

Kyren Williams ($8,000) has had a decent year this year and is one of the main pieces on the Irish offense. He is averaging a touchdown a game. I think you could do worse, and I will have some shares of him in my lines.

Notre Dame receivers are cheap this week and I think some of them are worth grabbing especially in the high total. Kevin Austin Jr. ($5,900) and tight end Michael Mayer ($5,600) are the main 2 pass catchers in this offense. Mayer is probably the safer of the two, but I can see Austin having a nice game here too. The last name to consider is flier Braden Lenzy ($3,300). Every time I expect him to do good, he makes me look silly. So I expect him to have a bad game here.

Arkansas vs Alabama (-21) O/U 58.5

 

We know Alabama pass defense have been their weak point at times. KJ Jefferson ($7,600) is a GPP play this week.

I will be avoiding the RBs for the Razorbacks this week as Bama rush defense is good.

If you want a GPP play for the receivers you’re going to want to use playmaker Treylon Burks ($7,000). I will have some shares of him but not many.

The Roll Tide once again have a juggernaut on offense who’s led by Bryce Young ($9,800). I will have some shares of Young this week but there’s other high price QBs I like this week.

Brian Robinson Jr. ($9,000) should have a nice game this week against a decent Arkansas rush defense. Averaging around 90 yards a game and just shy of 2 touchdowns a game (with him getting a limited touches in blowouts).

Bama has a 1-2 punch with Jameson Williams ($7,700) and John Metchie III ($7,400). Metchie is probably the cash game play of the two, as Williams is the big play guy for Alabama. I think both plays will do good this week.


SMU vs Cincinnati (-11.5) O/U 65

I think SMU has a chance to upset Cincy here. It is not my favorite upset this week, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it happened. My question is can they score on a tougher Cincinnati defense. SMU has some real talent, and it all starts with Tanner Mordecai ($8,700). He has been able to air the ball out and I do think he will be the key for SMU to have a fighter’s chance.

The Mustangs share the backfield with Tre Siggers ($5,700) and Ulysses Bentley IV ($3,800). Bentley is probably the better RB of the two but coming off an injury and how Siggers has played with Bentley being out, I think both will be used evenly. I will have some shares of both.

SMU has a three headed receiving core and all of them will be used. Danny Gray ($6,900) is the main receiver but only issue is he’s hurt now. He didn’t practice as of Tuesday, but coach Dykes said Gray is a “quick healer”. SMU will need him to have that chance. The other two names to know is Rashee Rice ($5,900) and Reggie Roberson Jr. ($4,900). If Gray was ruled out, Rice is the safer of the two, but I would say Roberson has huge upside!

Cincinnati seems to be the ugly duckling of the NCAA. People want to bring up their conference and who they play. The thing is they have beaten a 10 ranked Notre Dame at their stadium. Desmond Ridder ($8,900) should have a field day against SMUs defense who ranks, well bad. I will have shares of Ridder for sure.

The question here is will Jerome Ford ($8,400) play this week. He was held out last week, which he wasn’t needed in. Unless I am overlooking it, I don’t see what the injury is, just seeing (undisclosed). The Bearcats will have a shared backfield if Ford is out, which I will be avoiding this backfield this week.

There are only two receivers that I am really considering here if any, and that is Alec Pierce ($7,600) and Josh Whyle ($5,200). Personally I will have just a couple shares of each, but those are the main two.


Virginia vs Pittsburgh (-14.5) O/U 66

The main game I will be targeting is this one. A juicy total of 66 and I wouldn’t be surprised if it went over if Brennan Armstrong ($10,000) is healthy to play. Armstrong is needed for this game to hit 66. Coach Mendenhall said that he hopes Armstrong will be able to do more in practice this week. So be cautious.

I will fully be avoiding the RBs for Virginia.

The Cavaliers have multiple options at WRs. Again, it all depends on Armstrong but let’s assume he’s playing. Dontayvion Wicks ($8,000), Keytaon Thompson ($6,800), Billy Kemp IV ($6,100), Jelani Woods ($5,100) and Ra’Shaun Henry ($3,700) are the big names here. Wicks is the main target for Armstrong as Thompson and Kemp are more of his short yardage targets. Woods has been used in the redzone a lot with Wicks. Lastly my flier would be Henry who is a complete boom or bust play. He has had some huge games early in the year.

Pittsburgh is ran by the great Kenny Pickett ($9,100). If Armstrong plays I expect Pickett to be able to play the whole game and I expect him to crush value.

Israel Abanikanda ($5,300) is the main back for the Panthers. I think he is a great GPP play this weekend vs a weak Cavaliers defense.

Receiver wise Jordan Addison ($7,100) is the main guy. He’s averaging 6 catches a game and over 100 yards a game with a nice matchup. Keep an eye out for Taysir Mack ($4,900) if he’s out again you can look at Jared Wayne ($4,300).

Again, I would love to stack this game, but it comes down to will Armstrong play or not.

Michigan (-14.5) vs Maryland O/U 56.5

Michigan QBs and WRs are complete GPP plays. Not one is consistent in a good way. Only one I would consider is Cornelius Johnson ($5,200). Maryland is terrible at defense, and he is the only consistent one who does good.

Running back wise we need some injury news on Blake Corum ($6,000). Corum had a foot injury and was held out last week. Hassan Haskins ($7,600) took the lead back role and ran with it. If Corum is out or limited, I will be locking Haskins in a lot of my lines.

For Maryland I think Tua’s little brother Taulia Tagovailoa ($6,300) has a GPP chance at hitting value. I won’t have many shares of him in lines.

I will be avoiding the RBs completely and only other players I’m considering in this game for Maryland is the WR’s. Rakim Jarrett ($5,200) is probably the safer of the two but it’s a tougher matchup. I lean to the tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo ($4,300) who has had two amazing weeks the last two weeks. 20 catches in the last two weeks and just shy of 200 yards.

Nebraska vs Wisconsin (-9) O/U 42

I am most likely avoiding this game completely. The only players I’m considering as GPP plays are QB Adrian Martinez ($7,100) and RB for Wisconsin Braelon Allen ($8,600). I think Allen can have a huge game against the Cornhuskers.

Hope this helps you all with lines! If you need anymore help join in on our discord for more information! Good Luck Hunters!
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We do not claim ownership to your User Generated Content; however, you grant us a non-exclusive, sub-licensable, irrevocable and royalty-free worldwide license under all copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, privacy and publicity rights and other intellectual property rights to use, reproduce, transmit, print, publish, publicly display, exhibit, distribute, redistribute, copy, index, comment on, modify, adapt, translate, create derivative works based upon, publicly perform, make available and otherwise exploit such User Generated Content, in whole or in part, in all media formats and channels now known or hereafter devised (including in connection with the Services and on third-party sites and platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter), in any number of copies and without limit as to time, manner and frequency of use, without further notice to you, with or without attribution, and without the requirement of permission from or payment to you or any other person or entity.

 

You represent and warrant that your User Generated Content conforms to these Terms and that you own or have the necessary rights and permissions, without the need for payment to any other person or entity, to use and exploit, and to authorize us to use and exploit, your User Generated Content in all manners contemplated by these Terms. You agree to indemnify and hold us and our subsidiary and affiliated companies, and each of their respective employees and officers, harmless from any demands, loss, liability, claims or expenses (including attorneys’ fees), made against us by any third party arising out of or in connection with our use and exploitation of your User Generated Content. You also agree not to enforce any moral rights, ancillary rights or similar rights in or to the User Generated Content against us or our licensees, distributors, agents, representatives and other authorized users, and agree to procure the same agreement not to enforce from others who may possess such rights.

 

To the extent that we authorize you to create, post, upload, distribute, publicly display or publicly perform User Generated Content that requires the use of our copyrighted works, we grant you a non-exclusive license to create a derivative work using our copyrighted works as required for the purpose of creating the materials, provided that such license shall be conditioned upon your assignment to us of all rights in the work you create. If such rights are not assigned to us, your license to create derivative works using our copyrighted works shall be null and void.

 

We have the right but not the obligation to monitor, screen, post, remove, modify, store and review User Generated Content or communications sent through a Service, at any time and for any reason, including to ensure that the User Generated Content or communication conforms to these terms, without prior notice to you. We are not responsible for, and do not endorse or guarantee, the opinions, views, advice or recommendations posted or sent by users.

 

Accounts

 

Some Services permit or require you to create an account to participate or to secure additional benefits. You agree to provide and maintain accurate, current and complete information, including your age, your contact information for notices and other communications from us, and your payment information. You agree not to impersonate or misrepresent your affiliation with any person or entity, including using another person’s username, password or other account information, or another person’s name or likeness. You agree that we may take steps to verify the accuracy of information you provide, including your age and contact information.

 

We may suspend or terminate your account and your ability to use the Services if you engage in, encourage or advocate for illegal conduct, or if you fail to comply with any of these Terms or any supplemental terms.

 

Passwords and Security

 

You are responsible for taking reasonable steps to maintain the confidentiality of information related to your account, including your username and password, and you are responsible for all activities under your account that you can reasonably control. You agree to promptly notify us of any unauthorized use of your username, password or other account information, or of any other breach of security that you become aware of involving your account or the Services.

 

 

 

The security, integrity and confidentiality of your personal information are extremely important to us. We have implemented technical, administrative and physical security measures that are designed to protect your information from unauthorized access, disclosure, use, and modification.

 

Paid Transactions

Subscriptions

 

Some Services require paid subscriptions to access. Sales of subscriptions are made by SharkHuntersDFS.com. By signing up for a subscription, you agree that your subscription will be automatically renewed and, unless you cancel your subscription, you authorize us to charge your payment method for the renewal term. The period of auto-renewal will be the same as your initial subscription period unless otherwise disclosed to you at the time of sale. The renewal rate will be no more than the rate for the immediately prior subscription period, excluding any promotional and discount pricing, unless we notify you of a rate change prior to your auto-renewal.

 

From time to time, we may offer a free trial subscription for certain Services. If you register for a free trial subscription, we will begin to bill your account when the free trial subscription expires, unless you cancel your subscription before that time.

 

In some instances, SharkHuntersDFS.com may transfer you to websites that are operated by third parties to complete your transaction, and in that case, different or additional sale terms may apply, which you should read when they are presented to you.

 

Payments and Billing

 

When you provide payment information, you represent and warrant that the information is accurate, that you are authorized to use the payment method provided, and that you will notify us of changes to the payment information. We reserve the right to utilize third party credit card updating services to obtain current expiration dates on credit cards.

 

Right of Cancellation

 

When you subscribe to the Services, you have the right to cancel your contract within fourteen (14) days after you complete the transaction, and you will receive a full refund of the subscription fee paid. If we refund your subscription fee, you will still be obligated to pay other charges incurred.

 

If you wish to cancel, you must do so by sending us written notice of your cancelation to support@SharkHuntersDFS.com.

 

Pricing; Taxes

 

The rates and charges imposed by us for subscriptions are set at our discretion and subject to change. If you pay a periodic subscription fee for any Services, we will provide you with reasonable notice of changes to the fees or billing methods in advance of their effective date and you will be able to cancel your subscription prior to such change.

 

 

 

 

Third-Party Competitions

In certain situations, SharkHuntersDFS.com may sponsor a competition that is hosted or offered by a third-party. We do not control the operation of competitions hosted by third-parties. Because SharkHuntersDFS.com has no control over those third-parties, you acknowledge and agree that SharkHuntersDFS.com is not responsible for the operations of any third-parties or the availability of any third-parties’ external sites or resources. Furthermore, SharkHuntersDFS.com does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any offerings, content, advertising, products, or other materials on or available from such third-parties. You further acknowledge and agree that SharkHuntersDFS.com shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the operation of any contests hosted or offered by any third-parties, or the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services available on or through any third-party.

 

 

 

Additional Provisions

Submissions and Unsolicited Ideas Policies

 

In connection with anything you submit to us – whether or not solicited by us – you agree that creative ideas, suggestions or other materials you submit are not being made in confidence or trust and that no confidential or fiduciary relationship is intended or created between you and us in any way, and that you have no expectation of review, compensation or consideration of any type.

 

 

Claims of Copyright Infringement

 

Notifications of claimed copyright infringement and counter notices must be sent to our designated agent:

 

 

Ed Dickinson

 

SharkHuntersDFS.com LLC

 

ADDRESS

 

Chicago, IL USA

 

Email: support@SharkHuntersDFS.com.com

 

 

 

 

We will respond expeditiously to claims of copyright infringement committed that are reported to our designated agent, identified above, in accordance with the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (“DMCA”) or, as applicable, other laws. With respect to Services hosted in the United States, these notices must include the required information set forth in the DMCA.

 

 

Binding Arbitration and Class Action Waiver

 

 

 

You and SharkHuntersDFS.com agree to arbitrate all disputes between you and SharkHuntersDFS.com or its affiliates, except disputes relating to the enforcement of SharkHuntersDFS.com’s or its affiliates’ intellectual property rights. “Dispute” includes any dispute, action or other controversy between you and us concerning the Services or these Terms, whether in contract, tort, warranty, statute or regulation, or other legal or equitable basis. You and SharkHuntersDFS.com empower the arbitrator with the exclusive authority to resolve any dispute relating to the interpretation, applicability or enforceability of these terms or formation of this contract, including the arbitrability of any dispute and any claim that all or any part of these terms are void or voidable.

 

 

In the event of a dispute, you or SharkHuntersDFS.com must send to the other party a notice of dispute, which is a written statement that sets forth the name, address and contact information of the party giving the notice, the facts giving rise to the dispute and the relief requested. You must send any notice of dispute to Thomas Kennedy, SharkHuntersDFS.com LLC, 240 E Illinois St, Ste. 905, Chicago, IL 60611, USA, Attention: Legal/Arbitration Notice. We will send any notice of dispute to you at the contact information we have for you. You and SharkHuntersDFS.com will attempt to resolve a dispute through informal negotiation within sixty (60) days from the date the notice of dispute is sent. After sixty (60) days, you or we may commence arbitration. You may also litigate a dispute in small claims court if the dispute meets the requirements to be heard in small claims court, whether or not you negotiated informally first.

 

 

If you and SharkHuntersDFS.com do not resolve a dispute by informal negotiation or in small claims court, the dispute shall be settled by binding arbitration before a neutral arbitrator whose decision will be final except for a limited right of appeal under the U.S. Federal Arbitration Act. YOU ARE GIVING UP THE RIGHT TO LITIGATE A DISPUTE IN COURT BEFORE A JUDGE OR JURY. Arbitration will be administered by the American Arbitration Association (the “AAA”) under its Commercial Arbitration Rules and its Supplementary Procedures for Consumer Related Disputes. For more information, visit www.adr.org or, in the United States, call 800-778-7879. Arbitration may be conducted in person, through the submission of documents, by phone or online. The arbitrator may award damages to you individually as a court could, including declaratory or injunctive relief, but only to the extent required to satisfy your individual claim.

 

If you are a resident of the United States, arbitration will take place at any reasonable location convenient for you. For residents outside the United States, arbitration shall be initiated in the State of Illinois, United States of America, and you and SharkHuntersDFS.com agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of the federal or state courts located there, in order to compel arbitration, stay proceedings pending arbitration, or confirm, modify, vacate or enter judgment on the award entered by the arbitrator.

 

 

PROCEEDINGS TO RESOLVE OR LITIGATE A DISPUTE IN ANY FORUM WILL BE CONDUCTED ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS. Neither you nor SharkHuntersDFS.com will seek to have a dispute heard as a class action, private attorney general action, or in any other proceeding in which either party acts or proposes to act in a representative capacity. No arbitration or proceeding can be combined with another without the prior written consent of all parties to the arbitration or proceeding. If the class action waiver is found to be illegal or unenforceable as to all or some parts of a dispute, those parts will be severed and proceed in a court of law, with the remaining parts proceeding in arbitration.

 

 

Choice of Forum

 

You agree that any action at law or in equity arising out of or relating to these Terms or the Services that is not subject to arbitration shall be filed, and that venue properly lies, only in the state or federal courts located in the State of Illinois, United States of America and you consent and submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purposes of litigating such action.

 

 

Choice of Law

 

These Terms are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois and the laws of the United States, without giving effect to any conflict of law principles.

 

 

Severability

 

If any provision of these Terms shall be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from these Terms and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.

 

 

Survival

 

The provisions of these Terms which by their nature should survive the termination of these terms shall survive such termination.

 

 

Waiver

 

No waiver of any