Brian J. Conahan

Brian J. Conahan, aka the “Wild BJC”, has been a member of The League since its inception in 2003. BJC had the notable honor of making the first draft selection in The League’s history, where he memorably selected then-Giants tight-end Jeremy Shockey. Conahan’s League career got off to a fast start, reaching The League Championship Game in his first season and bringing home The League Championship in 2004. Unfortunately, he has not played for the title since. In 2014, he became the first League member to sing the National Anthem at The Draft as punishment for finishing in last place the prior season. He followed up that Anthem performance with a return to the playoffs that will be best remembered for his his defeat at the hands of The Commish in the 2014 Wild Card Game, where he set the records for fewest points scored and largest margin of defeat in a single game in his 217.5 – 34 loss. However, that 2014 season spark a run which led to 4 straight postseason appearances, and BJC’s first playoff victory since 2007 in 2017. 2017 also saw Conahan record both his 100th career win and his 100th career loss. In 2018, he once again finished in last place, becoming the second League owner to perform the Anthem multiple times at the 2019 Draft. Brian bounced back admirably in a rollercoaster of a 2019 season, reaching the postseason for the 5th time in the past six seasons and notching a playoff victory over The League’s top scorer Jay Hey. Though he could not push through to return to the Championship Game, falling to Meade in The League Semifinals, BJC’s 2019 season was also notable for his Week 10 performance against Nicky Diamonds, where he set single game career highs in points (187.66) and margin of victory (119.84); both marks rank second overall in League history.