Joe Kunches Dominates PFCC 2016/Carolina Crushers Group Champs

by: Sugar (February 19, 2017)

Super Bowl 51 was one of the most entertaining championship games in memory, especially if you live in New England. The Falcons were on the verge of making Atlanta great again, and they had all of the Patriot, Brady and Belicheck haters feeling pretty good after scoring (again) shortly after halftime. And then, it all fell apart thanks to collossally bad clock management, a timely Patriot fumble-forcing sack and a couple of Falcon penalties. Or just some Tom Brady magic, however you want to look at it. In the end, Falcon's fans were burying their jerseys they wore during ...
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Aidan Binau/BuckNutz Win CFCC 2016!

by: Sugar (January 14, 2017)

Another outstanding college football season is in the books capped by another very entertaining National Championship game which was won by the Clemson Tigers on an exciting touchdown pass with 1 second remaining. Congratulations to Clemson as well as Alabama for another impressive year. No doubt, the Crimson Tide will be the team to beat once again in 2017!

It was also another entertaining CFCC here at with determination of the contest champion coming down to the National Championship game! Kenneth Entremont from Reserve, Louisiana finished 3rd for the Bowl Blowout and ...
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Round 1: March Madness not that Mad: Jeremy Buckles grabs the early lead

by: The Cold Hard Truth (March 18, 2017)

The first round is in the books and Jeremy Buckles from Strawberry Plains, Tennessee has grabbed the lead with an impressive 1505 point tally. Jeremy successfully picked Middle Tennessee to advance to the next round. I don't know if that's because he's a basketball genius or because he lives in Tennessee and is a homer, but either way, he got it right. The Blue Raiders proved that their 15 seed victory last year against Michigan State was not a one and done deal. They took control early and proved that their 30-4 record was not a fluke. It once again shows that the selection committee's bias for assigning mid-majors to these lower seeds is not always accurate or fair. The Blue Raiders might be poised to win another game in Round 2. They looked very solid in their first game.

Earlier this week, I heard John Calipari mention in an interview that he tells his team to "not be afraid of losing or missing shots". That seemed to happen to SMU in their game against USC, as they squandered a 10 point lead in the second half. We can't be too surprised, as each year since the establishment of the play-in games, a team from that play-in has advanced to the second round. Wichita State was another example of a team who probably should be seeded higher than #10, and I think their Kentucky matchup looks very interesting in the second round. The same goes for Kansas. It is almost unfair for them to see Michigan State in the second round. I know the Spartans had a below average season, but they are young and those freshmen are not the same kids that got pushed around earlier this year. That could be a close matchup - a danger game for the Jayhawks in Round 2.

There wasn't much "madness" in Round 1, unless you count intentionally fouling when you're winning - thank you Vandy - and you can't push a guy and be s...
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Uptime Report for dirty dawg: Last 30 days

College Football

As of Week 14 of the 2016 Competition
1 Aidan Binau899 156 63
2 Kenneth Entremont897 148 71
3 Jeri Adams895 148 71
4 Asam Michael883 148 71
5 Nathan Binau870 152 67
6 Steve Friend862 154 65
7 Phil Grigsby856 147 72
8 Brian Walawender855 149 70
9 Rudy Casias853 153 66
10 Cynthia Egbert853 148 71
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Pro Football

As of Week 18 of the 2016 Competition
1 Joe Kunches1172 156 83
2 John Zittel1137 163 76
3 Heidi Holland1118 164 75
4 Ted Champney1109 153 86
5 Kent Ross1108 161 78
6 Ben Nelson1106 159 80
7 Alan Rezek1105 155 84
8 Carol Overton1102 154 85
9 Deanna Wolfe1100 154 85
10 Jon Zeitler1089 156 83
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March Madness

For the 2017 Competition
1 Justin Weaver7993
2 Bob Fogarty7959
3 David Broxton7941
4 Mike Lowder7918
5 Brian Boyd7866
6 Jeremy Buckles7863
7 Otto Binau7862
8 Dave Ratzlaff7861
9 Brian Gregory7850
10 Mike Zwier7845
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