SCPC Weekly Update

Week 30

Sunday, March 23rd thru Saturday, March 29th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

14 new games this week  7 new teams this week

1 new owner/coaches this week  No new Guest Coaches this week

390 total games,  277 different teams, 17 owners/coaches, 4 Guest Coaches

13 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

1 five win team still alive  12 four win teams still alive

5 teams eliminated from bowl eligibility (five or more losses)

13 weeks 2 days remaining

Week 30’s action in Season II of the SCPC was unique.  There were fourteen games entered during the week.  That is about average I suppose.  What was unique was that the fourteen games involved nine different coaches.  I take this as yet another great sign of growth for the SCPC.  We’ve had many weeks with more than fourteen games.  We’ve had weeks where a single coach entered more than fourteen games.  We haven’t had very many weeks that involved nine coaches however.  The number of games reported each week is stabilizing more and more because there are more coaches playing consistently and that is AWESOME!

Let’s start in Northern Michigan where Brain Wittkop’s teams from the NMEFL’s Big Ten continue to play games.  Each game, giving more and more points to his Pac-10 teams and Michigan whom have all played their allotment of ten SCPC contests.  With each Big Ten win MIchigan and the Pac-10 teams earn more QWB points.  As they earn more points they increase the strength of their stranglehold on the top ten.  This week Nebraska defeated Texas A&M 21 – 14, and Michigan State took down Notre Dame 28 – 17.  The win was Nebraska’s first of the year.  It gave Colorado and Cal each two QWBP.  The win by MSU evened their season mark at 2 – 2 and gave number three UCLA and top ranked Michigan each two more QWBP.  Whether by design or happenstance Brain’s strategy is going to make it tough for anyone to topple Michigan.  There are some teams out there that can do it, but no one is getting enough games right now to identify themselves as a clear cut threat.

The VEFL played a classic matchup this week.  The Dallas Cowboys pummeled the Green Bay Packers 31 – 7.  It was the first game for both clubs.

Big – 8 action had a huge blow out, one of the biggest in SCPC history, in Missouri embarrassing Illinois 52 – 3.  Nebraska and Kansas State played a thriller in which the Huskers prevailed 41 – 35.  The win puts Nebraska at 3 – 0, pushing them up to the number fifty-nine spot in the rankings.  The Huskers are the early favorite in the Big 8 and could be one of those teams fighting to emerge as a threat to the Wittkop dynasty.

ECFA is back to the consistency that has made it’s thread one of the cornerstones of the MFCA Forum.  This week Georgia up ended Mississippi 24 – 10 and LSU stole on from Tennessee 23 – 21.  Mississippi, despite the loss, is now Ed’s most highly ranked team with their 3 – 2 record earning them 27 SCPC Points and the number fifty-six rank.

The DBEFL was back this week making up for an off week the week prior with two games.  The 1972 Dolphins just don’t loose in any league.  They defeated the 1998 Broncos 14 – 13.  The 2012 Seahawks blanked the 2013 Lions 21 – 0.  The Dolphins join the 1980 Falcons at 3 – 0, but have a much higher point total with 33 placing them at number 49.

The MPANMMEFSL champion Northome Bears played an exhibition vs. the ONFL’s Black Bulls.  The Bulls are owned by our newest Season II Coach, Owen.  Following a short game format the Bears had little trouble with the Bulls 12 – 3.  They are now 5 – 1 and on the brink of becoming my first bowl eligible team.  They will continue playing ONFL teams coached by Owen.  I also hope to get my older son on board.

NJLMFL wild card games continued.  Here are the results and Mike’s comments on each.

Baltimore Ravens 24 Virginia Brigade 13

Teddy Bridgewater made his NJLMFL debut for Virginia and the tough Ravens defense had him confused all game. Joe Flacco threw for 2 TDs to Todd Heap and Jaamal Lewis and Ray Rice had an 11 yd TD run for the Ravens. Baltimore is the highest seed remaining in the AFC. They will host the Miami/Oakland winner in the Divisional Round and Tennessee will play the Chargers in San Diego.

Rams 17 Cardinals 13

Great defensive game. Cardinals dominated early. Rams DB LeRoy Irvin had a INT on the first play of the second half. Down 10-0 the Rams rallied for 17 second half points. The deciding play was a 30 yard TD pass from Jim Everett to Flipper Anderson.

Both winners join Minnesota, Tennessee, and San Diego at 3 – 0 a top the NJLMFL.  Someone from this group is sure to challenge Wittkop’s teams.

The WMLMF’s sixth week moved on with the South Park Cows wasting the Toxic Waste 34 – 14 (that pun never gets old) and the Harry Canadians with big feet stepping on the Fire Lizards, but not getting burned, as the final score was the Squatch 35 the Lizards 21.  Both games bode well for the Misfits whom had Stan, Ho, Simpson, and Baker all playing.  Go MISFITS! The preceding comment was a shameless promotion of my WMLMF fantasy team.  So to make it right I’ll say that if you don’t follow Al’s league and fantasy league you’re really missing out on great fun.

That’s it.   Here’s the top ten

#

TEAM

Owner

Division

LEAGUE

W

L

T

Points

Prv.

1

Michigan Wolverine@s – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

9

1

0

127

1

2

USC Trojans – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

123

2

3

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

119

3

4

Colorado Buffaloes – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

99

5

5

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

3.3 Box Stock

7

1

3

98

4

6

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

92

6

7

Arizona State Sun Devils – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

6

4

0

90

7

8

Stanford Cardinals – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

6

4

0

87

8

9

Washington Huskies – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

7

3

0

84

9

10

Oregon Ducks – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

4

6

0

79

10

Dropped Out: None

On the Move:  Canadian Sasquatch (AD) Northome Bears (DG) 1972 Dolphins (AM) Nebraska Cornhuskers (DF)

You just have to love the DBEFL!

You just have to love the DBEFL!

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