SCPC Week 31 Update Sunday, April 6, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 31

Sunday, March 30th thru Saturday, April 5th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

14 new games this week  2 new teams this week

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

405 total games,  279 different teams, 17 owners/coaches, 5 Guest Coaches

13 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

1 five win team still alive  12 four win teams still alive

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

12 weeks 2 days remaining

For the second straight week fourteen games results were entered into the SCPC.  Also for the second straight week nine different coaches were involved in those fourteen games.  Season II has now eclipsed the 400 game mark, and is also closing in on 300 teams.  We are still a little behind this point last year in total games, but are ahead in teams and coaches participating.  If things continue we’ll surpass Season I in all areas by the end of Season II.  Exciting!

NMEFL action and teams continue to lead the way.  Witkopp’s five games this week kept his teams in complete control of the top ten.  On the field Iowa and Tennessee were led to wins by Morgan.  Iowa won over LSU, 17 – 10, and Indiana was upset by Tennessee, 27 – 26.  Virginia took care of Illinois 13 – 7.  Ohio State easily defeated Auburn 28 – 7, and Northwestern blanked North Carolina 17 – 0.  Several of Brian’s top ten teams picked up QWBP based on the results of these games.  Michigan, top ranked, expanded their lead to eight points.  The Championship will still go through Northern Michigan, but several others are closing in as their leagues/seasons progress.  Brain’s strategy looks to be sound though.  It will be interesting.  The loss by Indiana effectively knocks them out of the running.  They did give Michigan their only loss, but I just don’t see them getting enough GSBP to catch-up having a loss.  That does open the door for Minnesota, 4 – 0 # 35, if they can get to ten wins and pick up enough QWBP along the way.

Mike Velikey’s NJLMFL Super Bowl tournament is sure to provide Witkopp’s Wolverines with some company near the top in coming weeks.  This week Miami defeated Oakland 24 – 21 and San Francisco got past New York 17 – 16.  Here are Mike’s comments.

Marino had 2 TD passes and Kiick a 20 yd TD run. The Dolphins defense created turnover late in the game to close out Oakland.

This was a great defensive battle. The Niners held the Giants to a TD and 3 FGs. The Giants led 16-14 with 2 plays left for SF. Montana hit TE Vernon Davis for 27 yards to the Giants 16. Ray Wershing kicked a 34 yard FG to win it 17-16 as time ran out. This was the best game of SB56 so far.

Miami and San Francisco pick up the sixth and seventh spots in the tournaments final eight.  Miami is no Velikey’s top ranked team at # 66 with twenty-five total SCPC points.  All of the final eight will be 3 – 0 giving each of the winners that advance to the final four six QWBP.  Final four winners will get eight, and the championship game will produce ten.  If I have it all right Mike’s champion will be 6 – 0 and have earned over twenty QWBP in their last three wins.  That won’t get them to the top, but depending on what Mike does with them to close the SCPC season that team will be in a good place.

MPANMMEFSL vs. ONFL action continued with our new guest coach, my older son Conor, leading Owen’s Blue Seals to win over Dad and his Northome Bears 17 – 3.  Look for more of these father/son games in coming weeks.  I also have two teams from LeMay that will be taking the SCPC Team-Go-Round Challenge.

ECFA has a new top dog.  Florida mauled Vanderbilt 34 – 14 to move to 3 – 0.  The Gators are now ranked # 57.

Big – 8 action from David Foster had Illinoise and K-State shutting out their opponents.  The Illini blanked Arkansas 10 – 0, and the Wildcats goose egged The Fighting Irish 14 – 0.  In a huge game Oklahoma State won over in state rival Oklahoma 21 – 16.  OSU has a share of the Big-8 lead along with Nebraska.  Both are now 3 – 0 and are ranked at #’s 55 & 57.  Missouri is the other undefeated team in the Big – 8, but they have played just one game.

The Dream Season got more difficult for Dallas and one step closer for Chicago.  The ‘85 Monsters out did the ‘77 version of America’s Team 24 – 21.  Week two is now complete with the Bears joining the Raiders and the defending SCPC Champion Dolphins at 2 – 0.

The DBEFL game of the week was an easy win for New Orleans over Buffalo 21 – 7.  The win by the Saints pushes the 2012 Falcons back up to # 11 spot.  The 2012 Dirty Birds have two wins over the 2012 Saints.  Perhaps Andy is employing some strategy here as well.  With Atlanta back near the top ten and with an 8 – 1 record, could he be setting the stage for a big game?

That’s it.   Here’s the top ten

#

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

133

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

121

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:  2012 Atlanta Falcons (AM), Oklahoma State & Nebraska (DF), Miami (MV)

Big - 8 OSU vs. OU

Big - 8 OSU vs. OU

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