SCPC Season II Week 32 Update Sunday, April 13, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 32

Sunday, April 6th thru Saturday, April 12th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

17 new games this week  5 new teams this week

No new owner/coaches this week  1 new Guest Coach this week

422 total games,  284 different teams, 17 owners/coaches, 5 Guest Coaches

13 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

2 five win team still alive  15 four win teams still alive

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

11 weeks 2 days remaining

Week 32 consisted of seventeen new games and involved seven coaches/owners.  There was again no movement in the top ten, but several coaches have their leagues and teams in position to make moves in the coming weeks.

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Wittkop’s NMEFL PAC-10 teams still dominate the top of the charts, but some other NMEFL clubs, mainly BIG-10 teams, are pushing up the charts in an effort to join Michigan who still holds the number one spot.  Four more QWB points for the Wolverines this week stretched their lead out to twelve points.  The points came as a result of wins by Michigan State and Iowa.  The Spartans defeated Texas A & M 21 – 3 while Iowa took care of Navy 18 – 13.  In other NMEFL action Indiana got past Auburn 21 – 14.  The win pushes the Hoosiers up to # 22 making them the highest ranked NMEFL team not in the PAC-10 other than the top ranked Wolverines.  Ironically, Michigans one and only loss on the season came against the Hoosiers.  I’ll be looking for the undefeated Gophers to take the field next week.

Big – 8 action kept up a feverish pace this week.  Missouri moved to 2 – 0 with a 41 – 10 pounding of Iowa.  Oklahoma had a closer game, but also defeated Iowa 21 – 14.  Iowa is now 1 – 3 while the Sooners are 3 – 1.  Notre Dame got their first win of the year over Iowa State 14 – 7.  Both teams join Iowa at 1 – 3.  Illinois evened their record at 2 – 2 and dropped Kansas State to 3 – 2 with a 17 – 14 win.  Finally, Nebraska made a statement with a 28 – 0 whooping of Kansas.  Kansas drops to 0 – 2 while Nebraska takes control of the Big-8 at 4 – 0.  The Huskers jump up to # 45. Another win could launch them into the top 30.

DBEFL action doubled it’s usual output this week.  The 2003 Patriots gave the 2012 Seahawks another loss 24 – 14 and two newcomers to the SCPC, the 2002 Buccaneers and 2003 Panthers met.  The Bucs prevailed 21 – 20.  Andy has several undefeated teams, but with only two or three wins, and the 2012 Falcons sit just outside the top 10 at 8 – 1.  It will be interesting to see how Andy plays out the season with these clubs.

Al made up for no WMLMF games being reported last week with four entries this week.  The New Zealand Zombies defeated The Battlin’ Bozos of Battle Creek 30 – 26.  The Munich Third Reich also narrowly won by a score of 34 – 31 over the Kalamazoo Killer Bees.  In a third nail bitter Weirdwolf’s Werewolves got by a team owned by their namesake, the Kansas City Super Sumos, 30 – 28.  Finally, in a very rare WMLMF defensive contest That 70’s Rams Team survived the frozen Tundra 16 – 7.  Al’s teams are the largest bulk threat to the NMEFL dynasty right now.  Al has 5 teams ranked between # 20 and # 30.  He has another 4 teams in the top twenty.  The Werewolves, along with the Sasquatch, lead the way with records of 4 – 2 and the # 14 & # 15 ranks.  That 70’s Rams team is a few slots back at # 17, but have a better record at 5 – 1.  A number of WMLMF teams should crack the top ten in coming weeks.

Only one NJLMFL game this week.  The Elpaso Warriors captured the eighth and final spot in the semi-final round of the Super Bowl Tournament with a 20 – 13 win over Dayton. Mike reported that Jaamal Charles had a TD run leading the El Paso Warriors to victory in claim of the final spot in the NFC Divisional Round. They are the only expansion team to reach the final 8.  The eight remaining team range in rank from Miami at # 68 to San Francisco at # 86, but the eight team are separated by just 4 points.

Last but not least, SCPC Team-Go-Round Challenge action got underway.  Chris LeMay sent two teams north to take the challenge.  LeMay’s Tennessee Oilers and Montreal Concordes took on one another first with Montreal coming out on top 34 – 20.  Then the Oilers faced my Minnesota Golden Gophers.  The Gophers prevailed 20 – 14.  Next up, Montreal will challenge Minnesota.  Another of my teams will be heading south to face a challenge from one of McLaughlin’s teams.

That’s it.   Here’s the top ten

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TEAM

OWNER

DIV.

LEAGUE

W

L

T

Pnts

Prev

1

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

9

1

0

137

1

2

USC Trojans – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

125

2

3

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

123

3

4

Colorado Buffaloes – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

99

4

5

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

3.3 Box Stock

7

1

3

98

5

6

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

8

2

0

92

6

7

Arizona State Sun Devils – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

6

4

0

92

7

8

Stanford Cardinals – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

6

4

0

89

8

9

Washington Huskies – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

7

3

0

86

9

10

Oregon Ducks – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

Unlimited

Northern Michigan Electric Football League

4

6

0

79

10

Dropped Out: None

On the Move:   Nebraska (DF), Werewolves & That 70’s Rams (AD)

SCPC Team-Go-Round Challenge teams from Chris LeMay & Gridiron Games

SCPC Team-Go-Round Challenge teams from Chris LeMay & Gridiron Games

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