SCPC Season II Week 19 Update Sunday, January 12, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 19

Sunday, January 5th thru Saturday, January 11th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

13 new games this week

11 new teams this week

1 owner/coaches this week

No new Guest Coaches this week

190 total games,  168 different teams, 12 owners/coaches, 3 Guest Coaches

0 teams eliminated from bowl eligibility

2 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

0 five win team still alive

10 four win team still alive

24 weeks 2 days remaining

The Northoern Michigan Electric Football League wrapped up week four with five games this week.  UCLA blanked K State 20 – 0, USC ended the Irish’s luck 31 – 17, the Ducks were ten better than the Scarlet Knights 24 – 14, ASU defeated Ole Miss 21 – 13, and Washington won over FSU 26 – 14.  UCLA, Washington*, Colorado, and Hawaii are all 4-0 now.  UCLA entered the top ten at # 9, Colorado is #20, Hawaii # 23, and Washington # 33, but the top ranked NMEFL team is still Michigan, also 4 – 0, at # 4.  The Pac-10 should enter conference play in week 5, but Brain Wittkop announced that Michigan will continue playing as well.  The Wolverines were an upset loss away from going undefeated last year.  Their loss to Purdue likely cost them a shot a the SCPC National Title.

*Brain, check the Washington page.  I only have three games recorded for them.  What game is missing?

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The Major Bowl Implications Electric Football League’s Colorado Buffalos ran their record to 4 – 2 with a big win over Ole Miss, 39 – 6.  The win moved the Buffalos into the top ten at # 8.  Up next  in MBIEFL action is Colorado vs. USC.

After wrapping up the league championship in American Bowl I, the Oakland Raiders defeated the WFL All-Stars in the first of a three game All-Star Series..  This week they took down the NFL All-Stars 25 – 15, and played to a 34 – 34 tie with the AFL All-Stars.  The Raiders remain the # 1 team in the land at 7 – 1 – 3.  The eleventh game does not add SCPC points to the Raiders’ total of 98, which is forty more than the second ranked team.  How long will the Raiders hold the top spot?  Unless Chris plays a bunch of games with the teams Oakland defeated, earning them more QWB points it’s not a matter of if, but when they will be passed up.

One of the favorites to catch LeMay’s Raiders will be whoever becomes the champion of Dream Season II.  Last year the Dream Season champ was also the SCPC Champion.  Ray Sugg’s Chamion 1972 Miami Dolphins haven’t taken the field yet, but Dream Season II is underway.  The 1969 Chiefs defeated the 1970 Colts 28 – 7 and the 1976 Oakland Raiders won over the 1968 New York Jets 21 – 14.  Maybe the Raiders will catch the Raiders.  It sure will be fun following along to see how the top Dream Season teams do in SCPC Season II.  Welcome back Ray.

Former # 1, the Dirty Bird Electric Football League’s 2012 Atlanta Falcons, got back on the field this week.  They defeated the 2013 Carolina Panthers 27 – 14.  The win keeps the Falcons at # 7, but their 6 – 1 record makes them the second bowl eligible team.

C_A_Panther Electric Football had one game this week.  The Bills defeated the Jets 21 – 17.  The Bills are now 2 – 0.

The first round of play-offs wrapped up in Minnesota’s Park Avenue Nine-Man Miniature Electric Football Solitaire League with a 10 – 9 win for the Grattan Swamp Loggers over the Wildwood Woodsmen.  Grattan is now 3 – 0 in SCPC games.  They have won four consecutive games overall.

Here’s the week’s top ten.

Rank

Team Name

Owner

Record

SCPC

Total

Last Week

1

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

7-1-3

98

1

2

Birmingham Americans – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-1

58

2

3

Green Bay Packers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-0

55

3

4

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

4-0-0

54

4

5

Houston Oilers – CL

Chris LeMay

3-2-0

48

6

6

Florida Blazers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-3-1

47

5

7

2012 Atlanta Falcons – AM

Andy McLaughlin

6-1-0

46

7

8

Colorado Buffaloes – M

Mandtaraydre

4-2-0

34

not in top ten

9

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

4-0-0

30

not in top ten

10

Midwest Mennonites – AD

Al Dunham

3-0-0

30

8

Dropped Out: Cleveland Cadavers (AD), Green Bay Packers (CA), Arctic Tundra (AD)

On the Move: Grattan Swamp Loggers (DG), Washington Huskies (BW)

Chris LeMay’s Raiders have a huge lead on the rest of the pack.  A number of undefeated teams are well below them.  This is simply because of the number of games they have played, and the number of games the teams they defeated have played and won.  Teams from leagues that play schedules, and whose owners play multiple games each week, tend to jump out early as they get more QWB points.  Teams from tournaments catch-up as their QWB points don’t come until the end of the tournament when they play other teams with multiple wins.  Teams like Dre’s Buffalos and Andy’s Falcons will have a smaller total initially because the teams they are playing have mostly only played one game.  As other teams play more games teams like these will start earning QWB points and close the gap on # 1.  Don’t let the rankings fool you.  There are some really good teams slowly climbing the ranks.  LeMay’s Raiders won’t stay on top all season.

Who’s going to catch them?

Dream Season II is underway.

Dream Season II is underway.

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