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Week 12 Combo Wrap for CFCC and PFCC

by: exRegionalWeenie (12/3/20)


Week 12 was the longest week of football we've ever seen. It began with early deadlines and lots of Thanksgiving over-eating, then descended into chaos with a record FIVE cancellations of our 15-game college slate. The week ended on the following Wednesday night when the Ravens-Stillers game was FINALLY played. You waited and waited to learn your CFCC/NCAA scores...and waited even longer to see how your PFCC/NFL scores fared. Many familiar names filled the leaderboards once the dust settled. We'll look at the college heroes first before recognizing the NFL winners.

Week 12 CFCC Stars: Woodrum, Douglas and Dunn
Shreveport, Louisiana's, Charlie Woodrum won the week by netting 77 points on a 9-1 record losing "just" his 14 game. Congrats, Charlie! Jerry Douglas also went 9-1 and only lost his 11 game, yet he lost to Charlie by 10 points. What?!?! That's not a typo. Charlie smartly used his 1 through 5 ranks on all 5 canceled games but Jerry used medium ranks on those same games. Remember - canceled games don't count so any points you put on those games can't count toward your score. Texan J. R. Dunn was tied with Jerry for second place with 67 points. Fourth place went to Dan Spaeth while two other Texans tied for fifth as Pat Vesper and Tim Garner both scored 61 points.

CFCC Season Standings: Stability at the Top
The Top 3 players heading into Week 12 made it through the week unchanged. The contest leader remains Mark Didrick and he's still followed by Steve Beaver in second place and Matt Hemingway in third. The overall Top 5 is rounded out by Larry Vannozzi and Tom Dang.

CFCC Group Play Standings: Separated by a Sliver
The Top 3 teams in group play are CLOSE - they're separated by just 2 points! At the moment, BuckNutz (comprised of Dirty Dawg's First Family - the Binau's) has the lead. The MVFRs and the Padookie Possum Trotters (wth?) are second and third, respectively.



...And now, onto the NFL...

Week 12 PFCC Studs: Avery Labeled #1
Glasgow is a tiny outpost in Montana with just 3,000 people. One of those people is Week 12 PFCC winner Mark Avery. Mark went 13-2 with 96 points - nice work! Ray Sondag and Loretta Harral had nice weeks, too, as both scored 88 points to tie for the week's second-highest score. Gregory Meffert and Steven Tensfeldt were close behind in fourth and fifth place, respectively.

PFCC Season Standings: O'Neill Maintains Large Lead
Matthew O'Neill had a mediocre week by scoring just 50 points in a week where the average score was 54. That was enough, though, for him to maintain a large lead in the year-to-date standings. One of the week's high scorers, Steven Tensfeldt moved up three slots and now holds onto second place. Barb Mayes Boustead slipped a notch into third place and is clinging to a one-point lead over Jonathan Guseman. Jonathan moved up three places and forced Greg (Wally) Waller down one slot into fifth place overall.

PFCC Group Play Standings: More Padookies
Leading a field of just 12 other competitors isn't typically such a great feat, but it's enough to get you mentioned on dirty-dawg.com. The Padookie Quack Attack holds the lead position. They appear to be highly correlated with a top CFCC team mentioned earlier - the Padookie Possum Trotters. Covid yur (sic) taters hold second place with a healthy lead over the BoomerBacks.



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Week 12 Combo Wrap for CFCC and PFCC

by: exRegionalWeenie (12/3/20)


Week 12 was the longest week of football we've ever seen. It began with early deadlines and lots of Thanksgiving over-eating, then descended into chaos with a record FIVE cancellations of our 15-game college slate. The week ended on the following Wednesday night when the Ravens-Stillers game was FINALLY played. You waited and waited to learn your CFCC/NCAA scores...and waited even longer to see how your PFCC/NFL scores fared. Many familiar names filled the leaderboards once the dust settled. We'll look at the college heroes first before recognizing the NFL winners.

Week 12 CFCC Stars: Woodrum, Douglas and Dunn
Shreveport, Louisiana's, Charlie Woodrum won the week by netting 77 points on a 9-1 record losing "just" his 14 game. Congrats, Charlie! Jerry Douglas also went 9-1 and only lost his 11 game, yet he lost to Charlie by 10 points. What?!?! That's not a typo. Charlie smartly used his 1 through 5 ranks on all 5 canceled games but Jerry used medium ranks on those same games. Remember - canceled games don't count so any points you put on those games can't count toward your score. Texan J. R. Dunn was tied with Jerry for second place with 67 points. Fourth place went to Dan Spaeth while two other Texans tied for fifth as Pat Vesper and Tim Garner both scored 61 points.

CFCC Season Standings: Stability at the Top
The Top 3 players heading into Week 12 made it through the week unchanged. The contest leader remains Mark Didrick and he's still followed by Steve Beaver in second place and Matt Hemingway in third. The overall Top 5 is rounded out by Larry Vannozzi and Tom Dang.

CFCC Group Play Standings: Separated by a Sliver
The Top 3 teams in group play are CLOSE - they're separated by just 2 points! At the moment, BuckNutz (comprised of Dirty Dawg's First Family - the Binau's) has the lead. The MVFRs and the Padookie Possum Trotters (wth?) are second and third, respectively.



...And now, onto the NFL...

Week 12 PFCC Studs: Avery Labeled #1
Glasgow is a tiny outpost in Montana with just 3,000 people. One of those people is Week 12 PFCC winner Mark Avery. Mark went 13-2 with 96 points - nice work! Ray Sondag and Loretta Harral had nice weeks, too, as both scored 88 points to tie for the week's second-highest score. Gregory Meffert and Steven Tensfeldt were close behind in fourth and fifth place, respectively.

PFCC Season Standings: O'Neill Maintains Large Lead
Matthew O'Neill had a mediocre week by scoring just 50 points in a week where the average score was 54. That was enough, though, for him to maintain a large lead in the year-to-date standings. One of the week's high scorers, Steven Tensfeldt moved up three slots and now holds onto second place. Barb Mayes Boustead slipped a notch into third place and is clinging to a one-point lead over Jonathan Guseman. Jonathan moved up three places and forced Greg (Wally) Waller down one slot into fifth place overall.

PFCC Group Play Standings: More Padookies
Leading a field of just 12 other competitors isn't typically such a great feat, but it's enough to get you mentioned on dirty-dawg.com. The Padookie Quack Attack holds the lead position. They appear to be highly correlated with a top CFCC team mentioned earlier - the Padookie Possum Trotters. Covid yur (sic) taters hold second place with a healthy lead over the BoomerBacks.



CFCC Week 10: COVID 15 Rather than COVID 19


by Shudda, Cudda, Wudda



It's absolutely great to have college football. The headlines most of the week were how many games had been called off due to COVID--15 games!!! We'll call it COVID 15. Ok, there we lost 15 games, but there were 44 that we played--about 75%. So get a life all you Glass is 1/4 empty people!; we had 3/4 of the games. However, I'm glad that these 15 games were not our 15 CFCC games.

There is one thing I'm still waiting for--the Conference Commissioners to address a contingency for if a team can't play in a championship game. They all seem very confident that the December 19th Championship Games will be played--have the back-alley payoffs already started?

Ok--enough of that--sorry. This week we actually had a docile week with only two mild upsets--Nebraska held on to beat Penn State in Lincoln, and Miami held on to beat Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. We lost two of our games due to COVID, leaving us with 13 games. Of those, we had four players who went 13-0. With the points not counting in these games, the highest possible score was 117, exactly what Dan Spaeth, Paducah, KY, and Matt Hemingway, Shreveport, LA scored.

Highlights of our games--man, how good is Indiana? Blanked Michigan State, 24-0--up to AP #9 now. Of the teams that might be flat on Saturday (Notre Dame after the big Clemson win and Florida after the big Cocktail Party win), neither team had any real issues with Notre Dame beating Boston College on the road, and Florida scoring at will on Arkansas.

In the overall standings, we have a few leader, Steve Beaver, Plymouth, MI, who moved from #4 to #1 this week, and has slowly reeled in the field, after starting in Week 1 at #96. Greg Meffert, Paducah, KY holds at #2, and Ted Champney who held #1 last week slid to #3. With Matt Hemingway's clean sheet this week, he blasted up from #33 to #6.

In team play, the Scurvy Dawgs elevated to #1 this week, with The Andy Griffith Show and Bucknutz sliding up one slot each to #2 and #3, respectively. Dawgzilla, last week's #1 started making their move toward "We're ready to take seventh place again!", by sliding back to #5. Padookie Possum Trotters has moved up into #4.

Next week, let's hope for better health with a real test (and how!) for Indiana as they travel #3 Ohio State, #10 Wisconsin visits #19 Northwestern, and Bedlam ensues in Oklahoma as #14 Oklahoma State travels to #18 OU. Stay safe--matter of fact, just stay home and watch these great games! Take care.

CFCC Week 9: The Race is Called - Robert Ricks WINS!

by: exRegionalWeenie (11/8/20)


Non-fraudulent ballots were cast all week, right up until the 11am CST Saturday deadline as the entire dirty-dawg world bid to win Week 9. Observers were on hand to ensure no voting irregularities, so keep your lawsuits to yourself. It was a close race and wasn't decided until the Golden Domers edged #1 Clemson in a double overtime thriller late Saturday night.

Week 9 Winner: Robert Ricks
Landon, Mississippi's Robert Ricks took home the weekly crown. Robert had 79 points in a week which the average player scored just 5. How'd he do that? Well, Robert deployed the 'ol "1 thru 15 in sequential order" trick where he put a 1 on the first game listed (OK State) and went in order all the way to the last game listed (15 on Arkansas). This trick is occasionally deployed during the Bowl Blowout but Robert knew that Week 9 was his time to pounce. This strategy drastically limited his Penn State damage (only had a 3 on the Nits). You have to pick the winners, though, and he sure did by selecting Liberty (7), Colorado in an upset (a 13!) and Notre Dame (his 14 - talk about the pucker factor!).

Other Week 9 Kudos
Dan Dixon had an awesome week (75 points) and took second place but could have easily beaten Robert. It was too bad that Dan wasted his 15 on the canceled Utah game. Remember - no points earned on canceled games! Bruce Comer took third place by brazenly risking his 14 on 3-touchdown underdog Maryland. Bruce, you dawg!!

The rest of the week's Top 10 scorers included Caiden Orosco (4th), Brandon Thorne, Linda Kunches, Jeremy Buckles, Benjamin Lott, Mitchell Gaines, and Dennis Sleighter. Nice job, gang.

Penn State & 2 Other Low Lights
Penn State was more than a 3-touchdown favorite at home yet they screwed the pooch by getting dominated by Maryland. I guess the Terps wanted revenge for last year's 59-0 embarrassment. Jerald Meadows and Hayley Adams were the Penn States of the CFCC. Jerald was next-to-last in the weekly standings with -62 points. He tied for the worst W-L record at 4-10. Yikes. Not to be outdone, Hayley lost EACH of her double digit games. That's right - she lost her 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 AND 15 games to nail down last place with a -67 score. Holy cow.

Shakeup in the Overall Standings
We have a new overall leader. Ted Champney moved up from second place even though he only scored 18 points. Michael Orosco was our previous leader but he had an awful week (-34). Luckily for him, it only cost him 2 places as he now sits in third. Gregory Meffert jumped 12 slots into second place. Steve Beaver and Fernando Salas made big moves, too, as both jumped 14 places into fourth and fifth place, respectively.

Group Play Standings: Dawgzilla Leads
Dawgzilla still leads the group play standings. Their team motto is "We're ready to take seventh place again!" but they need to start losing some games for that to happen. Scurvy Dawgs own second place. Just a sliver of a point separates our third and fourth places teams, BuckNutz and The Andy Griffith Show. Fifth place belongs to MVFRs. Somewhat clearly, they're a bunch of aviation weather weenies.



CFCC Top dawgs

Final Standings

Place Player Pts W L
1 Mark Didrick 1114 147 56
2 Mike Zwier 982 146 57
3 Laura Jones 980 143 60
4 Darone Jones 975 139 64
5 Steve Beaver 970 146 57
6 Matt Hemingway 970 140 63
7 Nick Hampshire 968 143 60
8 Ted Champney 964 144 59
9 Mike Seaman 963 143 60
10 Gregory Meffert 963 141 62
Full CFCC Standings

PFCC Top dawgs

Through Week 18

Place Player Pts W L
1 Tammy Meffert 1074 163 77
2 Ted Champney 1065 170 70
3 Steven Tensfeldt 1062 167 73
4 Matthew O\'Neill 1061 167 73
5 Jared Lee 1059 166 74
6 Tyler Castillo 1055 168 72
7 Barb Mayes Boustead 1054 164 76
8 Gibson Rothschild 1053 170 70
9 Mike Zwier 1049 169 71
10 Melissa Harral 1042 166 74
Full PFCC Standings

CBCC Top dawgs

2019 Contest

Place Player Points
1 Eric Adams 8204
2 Seth Binau 8196
3 Mark Conder 8195
4 JOHN FRIEND 8185
5 Don Baker 8174
6 Sandra Gaskins 8162
7 Ryan Hamill 8155
8 Mike Coyne 8148
9 Jonathan Guseman 8145
10 Dale Ganus 8138
Full CBCC Standings

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