SCPC Season II Week 18 Update Sunday, January 5, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 18

Sunday, December 29th thru Saturday, January 4th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

14 new games this week

8 new teams this week

No new owner/coaches this week

No new Guest Coaches this week

177 total games,  157 different teams, 11 owners/coaches, 3 Guest Coaches

0 teams eliminated from bowl eligibility

? bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

? five win team still alive

? four win team still alive

25 weeks 2 days remaining

Let’s begin this week in the Northoern Michigan Electric Football League where the most dominant teams from last season’s Big Ten schedule continued their dominance.  Minnesota handled Cal 24 – 7 and Michigan blanked Arizona 30 – 0.  The only West Coast winner this week was Hawaii 21 – 17 over Colorado.  Hawaii sits at # 23 in the rankings with a 4-0 record.  Michigan with the same record of 4 – 0, thanks to their huge margins of victory and quality win bonus points (they are beating good teams) is at # 4.

In the Dirty Bird Electric Football League the 1972 Monsters of the Midway defeated Green Bay’s 2013 club 21 – 7 and the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles were one better than the 2012 Saints, 15-14.  None of those teams are factoring into the higher rankings yet.  Andy’s former # 1, the 2012 Atlanta Falcons have not played in a while, and have slipped down to # 7.

C_A_Panther Electric Football had a blowout game bigger than Michigan’s win over Arizona in the NMEFL.  Green Bay destroyed Atlanta 38 – 0.  The CAPEF Bears got another Monster of the Midway win too 31 – 24 over the Giants.  The Packers are now 4 – 0 and cracked the top ten at # 10 this week.

In Minnesota’s Park Avenue Nine-Man Miniature Electric Football Solitaire League play-off action the Bears of Northome defeated the team from Caldwell 9 – 3.  The Bears are MPANMMEFSL’s highest ranked team right now at # 44.

That’s three wins this week for ‘Bears’ teams!

ECFA action this week saw new comer to SCPC Season II Texas A & M defeated fellow new member Boston College 31 – 23.  A third newby, Alabama defeated Mississippi 17 – 10.  New teams don’t rank very high initially.  Ed’s top team is the # 20 Kentucky Wildcats.

After wrapping up the World League of American Professional Football American Bowl I Tournament Chris LeMay had a consolation match-up in which the Birmingham Americans defeated the Florida Blazers 34 – 31.  Ironically, the two teams previously played to a scoreless tie.  In a SCPC first Chris put together a team of all starts from his World League teams.  The WFL All-Stars took on the WLAPF AB Champion Oakland Raiders.  The Raiders proved themselves yet again, winning over the All-Stars 28 – 21.  Great idea Chris.  The Raiders are at # 1 for a second consecutive week.  Chris owns six of the SCPC’s top ten teams.  In addition, Oakland is the SCPC Season II’s first bowl eligible team*.

*Due some data entry errors last week some of Chris’s teams had incorrect standings and rankings last week.  Everything is fixed up now. Sorry Chris.*

The Western Michigan League of Miniature Football rolled on with the Pacific Sharks winners over Egypt 38 – 35 and the Arctic Tundra defeating Kansas City 31 – 6.  The Mennonites are Al’s top team at # 8.  His Cadavers are at # 10.  The Tundra are sitting at # 12, but they as well fell prey to  a data entry error.  When corrected the Tundra will receive one additional point which will bump them into the top ten sliding the Cadavers down.  Sorry Al.

Here’s the week’s top twelve exclusive of the Tundra correction.

Rank

Team Name

Owner

Record

SCPC

Total

Last Week (inaccurate due to data entry errors)

1

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

6-1-2

91

1

2

Birmingham Americans – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-1

58

5

3

Green Bay Packers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-0

55

3

4

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

4-0-0

50

7

5

Florida Blazers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-3-1

47

2

6

Houston Oilers – CL

Chris LeMay

3-2-0

46

4

7

2012 Atlanta Falcons – AM

Andy McLaughlin

5-1-0

39

6

8

Midwest Mennonites – AD

Al Dunham

3-0-0

30

10

9

Buffalo Bills – CL

Chris LeMay

2-2-1

30

8

10

Cleveland Cadavers – AD

Al Dunham

4-0-0

29

9

10

Green Bay Packers – CA

Charles Angell

4-0-0

29

NR

12

Arctic Tundra – AD

Al Dunham

2-2-0

29

NR

Dropped Out: None

On The Move: Pacific Sharks (AD) # 14, Hawaii Rainbows (BW) # 23

I apologize for the update being late this week.  The data errors were a bit of a bugge to fix, and now that Christmas break is over life got real again;O)

"I immediately recognized it as a John David Crow and Texas A&M pic." Chris Lemay regarding this photo from the ECFA forum thread.

"I immediately recognized it as a John David Crow and Texas A&M pic." Chris Lemay regarding this photo from the ECFA forum thread.

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