SCPC Season II Week 24 Update, Sunday, February 16th, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 24

Sunday, February 9th thru Saturday, February 15th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

22 new games this week

8 new teams this week

0 new owner/coaches this week

No new Guest Coaches this week

272 total games,  213 different teams (Last week was a typo.  Should have been 205.), 13 owners/coaches, 3 Guest Coaches

10 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

0 five win teams still alive

9 four win teams still alive

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

19 weeks 2 days remaining

Al Dunahm turned in the first games of week 24.  His WMLMF is nearing the halfway point of the season as week five moves on.  The Zombies sent the Cherokee Nation further down the Trail of Tears 24 – 21.  Kalamazoo would have no part of a lunar landing 24 – 17 over Munich’s Moon Sharks.  The Bees are now 4 – 1 and are Al’s top buzz at # 17.  The Fire Lizards melted the Tundra 41 – 26.  In what Al called ‘the biggest blowout in WMLMF history’ the Weirdwolves took advantage of six Mennonite turnovers en route to a 63 – 14 route.  The win may have saved the Werewolf season and set the Mennonites to prayer for theirs.  Both squads are now 3 – 2.  The Rams still look like the team to beat, but the untested Cadavers are the only undefeated in the league.

The Legends II Tournament is nearing it’s crescendo.  The Browns won the Century Division championship with a 28 – 21 win over the Cardinals.  In the NFL semi-final round the Browns will face the Cowboys and the Colts will take on the Lions.

In the AFL the Broncos defeated San Diego 30 – 24, and the Chiefs took down Cincinnati 14 – 0 setting up a head-to-head meeting between the two winners.  When the two teams squared off the Broncos came out on top 20 – 17.  Denver’s run came to a screeching halt however at the hands of the Raiders 17 – 3.  With the win the Raiders win the AFL West and advance to the AFL Championship where they will face the winner of the AFL East..

WLAPF AB II kicked off with two new World Division teams going at it.  The New York Stars rang the Philadelphia Bell 21 – 17.  Nice looking teams Chris.

NJLMFL is off and running in the Super Bowl tournament.  Last week the Cannons defeated the Wranglers 20  – 17 and the Giants won over the Bandits 21 – 17.  Mike reported that the Giant’s win came on the final play of the game when Phil Simms hit Amani Toomer on a thirty-five yard game winning touchdown strike.

ECFA got a challenge game in last week.  Ed’s Ol’ Miss Rebels defeated LeMay’s Vandi team 38 – 20.  Ed reported that this was a challenge game in the forum, but I didn’t catch that when entering games this morning.  It is in the database as Ed’s Vanderbilt team.  Sorry, I’ll fix it ASAP, but I still need Corey’s brain to do such technical things within the database.  I hope to catch-up to him this evening.

The NMEFL continued it’s intense pace with another six games this week that separated the men from the boys.  Two of the three undefeated teams fell.  UCLA stayed undefeated and moved into the lead out west and # 2 in the SCPC as a result of knocking off previously undefeated Washington 28 -20.   USC took care of Colorado, who came in undefeated, 24 – 21.  Cal took out Arizona.  Hawaii was one better than Oregon, and young Morgan Wittkop coached Grandpa’s Stanford Cardinal to a win over ASU.  Michigan remained the pride of the mid-west with a blowout win over in state rival MSU.

The NMEFL now has the #’s 2 (UCLA), 3 (Michigan), 4 (USC), and 5 (Colorado & Washington) teams in the land.  Arizona, Arizona State, and Hawaii are all in the top twenty as well.  I believe there are just two weeks remaining on the schedule.  Somebody from the NMEFL is destined to take over number one soon.  Who’s it going to be?

Dirty Bird Electric Football put the 1989 San Francisco 49ers up against the 2012 Seattle Seahawks.  The Niners prevailed 21 – 17.

Dream Season II got week two underway with the Raiders from 1976 winning over the Colts from 1970, 28 – 7.

Mantaraydre’s MBIMFL got over it’s TudorCon hangover and put it’s Colorado Buffalos into the postseason with a 40 – 14 thumping of USC.  The Buffs are now 6 – 2, leading the SCPC Unlimited Division at # 12 in the rankings.  Now that they are bowl eligible their sights are set on gaining a SCPCBCS bid in the Unlimited title game next summer.

That’s it.  Twenty-two games this week makes a second consecutive Season II high.  Things are really rolling now.  What I like even more than twenty-two games is that nine coaches entered results.

There is a lot of buzz around the SCPC recently.  Chris and I have both had contact with solitaire players planning to join in, hopefully in the near future.  Inquiries from these coaches has sparked some great conversation about the SCPC going forward.  The SCPC is getting bigger and better each and every week.  It’s going to keep doing just that until it is synonymous with Miniature Electric Football.  The SCPC is going to be HUGE!

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

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

8-0-0

93

3

3

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-1-0

90

2

4

USC Trojans – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-1-0

83

5

5

Colorado Buffaloes – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-1-0

68

7

5

Washington Huskies – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-1-0

68

4

7

2012 Atlanta Falcons – AM

Andy McLaughlin

8-1-0

61

6

8

Green Bay Packers – CA

Charles Angell

6-1-0

58

9

9

Birmingham Americans – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-1

58

8

10

Green Bay Packers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-0

55

10

Dropped Out: None

On the Move: Hawaii (BW)  Colorado (M) Kalamazoo (AD)

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