SCPC Season II Week 22 Update Sunday, February 2, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 22

Sunday, January 26th thru Saturday, February 1st, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

11 new games this week

7 new teams this week

No new owner/coaches this week

No new Guest Coaches this week

230 total games,  187 different teams, 12 owners/coaches, 3 Guest Coaches

0 teams eliminated from bowl eligibility

6 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

4 five win team still alive

4 four win team still alive

21 weeks 2 days remaining

As the SCPC passed the halfway point of Season II, a bit of a lul hit the solitaire world.  It could be that TudorCon hype caused a bit of a let down in the week following.  It could be that the Super Bowl is today.  Either way, despite the little lul, it’s an exciting time in the world of Miniature Electric Football.

With the coming and going of TudorCon there is a lot of excitement – a buzz even – in the air.  When will the SCPC see the first Invisabases take to the solitaire field?  When will we get to play on the new game boards?  Maybe today, as part of Super Bowl festivities, we’ll get off to a big start, and turn in a record setting SCPC week.

Here we go with week 22 results.

The NMEFL had a double header this week.  Washington continued their winning ways, 24 – 16 over Arizona State.  Michigan bounced back from a deflating loss, taking their frustrations out on Iowa, 28 – 7.  The win puts Michigan one win away from gaining bowl eligibility and moves them up to the # 2 spot in the rankings.  Washington is now bowl eligible at 6 – 0 and sits at # 8.

Dream Season II put some Black-and-Blue Division teams on the field this week.  Lombardi’s 1966 Packers took care of Parcell’s 1986 Giants 10 – 7.  Ditka’s 1985 Bears easily defeated the Joe Gibbs coached 1982 Redskins 24 – 7.

The Legends II Tournament rolled along.  The Lions joined the ranks of division champions with three big wins this week, 27 – 21 over Green Bay, 20 – 7 over Chicago, and 14 – 10 over Minnesota.  The Colts also took care of the Rams 20 – 17.  I believe this gives the Colts a division title as well, but I think we’re missing a game here………. The losses by the Packers and Rams take a little bit of momentum away from CAPEF teams in the top ten, but the Lions debut at # 17.

ATTN Charles – Looking at your forum thread it looks like you need to report the Rams over 49ers game.  I don’t have that one in the data base.

Dirty Bird Electric Football action saw the highly ranked 2012 Falcons get a win over the 1990 Bills 14 – 7.  The win moves the Falcons to # 3 in the rankings.  At 8 – 1 the Falcons get just one more SCPC game.  Then it will be up to the teams they’ve defeated to get wins, earning them more bonus points, to try and push them over the top.

Al reported two WMLMF games.  London defeated Egypt 28 – 21 and Kansas City pulled off a major upset 31 – 28 over the Sasquatch.  It was just the second win for both London and Kansas City.  Egypt is now 0 – 5!  The Sasquatch will feel that loss in both the WMLF Paranormal Division and the SCPC Rankings.

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

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

5-1-0

70

2

3

2012 Atlanta Falcons – AM

Andy McLaughlin

8-1-0

59

6

4

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

6-0-0

58

3

5

Birmingham Americans – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-1

58

4

6

Green Bay Packers – CA

Charles Angell

6-1-0

56

7

7

Green Bay Packers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-0

55

5

8

Washington Huskies – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

6-0-0

51

not in top 10

9

Houston Oilers – CL

Chris LeMay

3-2-0

48

8

10

Florida Blazers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-3-1

47

10

Dropped Out: Colorado Buffalos (BW)

On the Move: Detroit Lions (CA)

Sweatness!

Sweatness!

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