SCPC Season II Week 29 Update Sunday, March 23, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 29

Sunday, March 16th thru Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

17 new games this week  4 new teams this week

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

376 total games,  270 different teams, 16 owners/coaches, 4 Guest Coaches

13 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

0 five win teams still alive  12 four win teams still alive

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

14 weeks 2 days remaining

NMEFL action this week was all Big Ten as Michigan St. Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Penn St. were all winners.  The Spartans defeated Alabama 17 – 14.  The Golden Gophers defeated Virginia Tech 24 – 10.  The Badgers got by Rutgers 19 – 16, and the Nittany Lions were a point better than Maryland 14 – 13.  Minnesota is the best of the group with a 4 – 0 record good for 41 points and the # 33 ranking.  Michigan is the big winner this week though.  The wins by Penn St. and Michigan St, both teams Michigan defeated, give the Wolverines an additional four Quality Win Bonus Points.  The four points is enough to propel Michigan to the top of our rankings.  How long will they stay there?  How many more QWB points can Wittkop get them?  It took 142 points to win it last year.  I see Michigan top five again, but I’m not sure with one loss they can stay on top even with additional points.  Time will answer all questions.

Big – 8 action, in this their second week of SCPC participation, totaled six games.  Oklahoma won twice defeating Notre Dame 28 – 7 & Iowa St. 28 – 14.  Iowa State went 1 – 1.  Prior to the Oklahoma loss the Cyclones defeated Arkansas 14 – 7.  Nebraska handed Arkansas their second loss of the week 21 – 0.  Oklahoma State got by Iowa 6 – 0.  Finally, Kansas State handed Notre Dame a second loss 21 – 0.  Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kansas State, and Oklahoma State are all 2 – 0 and already ranked in the top 100.  Look for a Big 8 team out of this group to begin to climb the rankings and contend.

NJLMFL action continued the wildcard round this week.  The first two games I believe were games previously played and not entered.  In those San Diego defeated Cincinnati 7 – 6 and El Pase won over Green Bay 10 – 7.  In Sweet Sixteen Wildcard games this week Tennessee handled Vicksburg 24 – 6.  Mike reported that this was a game where the Titans defense really dominated.  “The Titans have a good defense and a pretty good offense.” said Mike, “They will be tough to beat.”.  San Diego also advanced to the round of eight 45 – 27 over the New Jersey Generals.  Here Mike mentioned that some adjustments he and I made to our short game system to reward defensive performance are actually boosting the scoring of games.  The Chargers, he added, have a great running attack.  Tomlinson, Muncie, and even Fouts had rushing touchdowns in this game.  The Chargers and Titans join the Vikings at 3 – 0 and qualified for the quater final round of eight teams.  The Titans are the most highly ranked of the trio at number 63.

ECFA action got back into the SEC this week.  Auburn made a statement in pounding Kentucky 31 – 7.  Auburn joins Florida and Alabama at 2 – 0 in SCPC games.  Iowa State is 3 – 0.  Kentucky, 2 – 2, is still Ed’s top ranked team though at number 56.

WMLMF action was all Sharks this week.  The Sharks from the Pacific won a shootout over London 42 – 28 while the Sharks from Munich surprised the Mennonites 31 – 20.  The Pacific version of the Sharks are now 4 – 2 and are Al’s second most highly ranked team at 19, just a few points behind the 3 – 3 Fairies.

There’s the action for week 29.  For the first time in several week we had no games from the Dream Season, Dirty Birds, or Legends.  That should mean another big week next week if these guys get back on their game.  A number of coaches are aligning their teams well for the final run.  Wittkop still has a strangle hold on the top ten.  For now……………………..

Here’s the top ten

#

Team

Owner

Division

League

W

L

Points

Last Week

1

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

9

1

125

2

2

USC Trojans – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

123

1

3

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

117

3

4

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

3.3 Box Stock

7

1

98

4

5

Colorado Buffaloes – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

97

5

6

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

92

6

7

Arizona State Sun Devils – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

6

4

90

7

8

Stanford Cardinals – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

6

4

87

8

9

Washington Huskies – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

7

3

84

9

10

Oregon Ducks – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

4

6

79

10

Dropped Out: None

On the Move:  Pacific Sharks (AD)

Big-8 action and the first Invisabases being used in SCPC play

Big-8 action and the first Invisabases being used in SCPC play

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