Congratulations to 2014 CFCC Champion Roger Bryan!

Bucknutz roll to Group Play Victory

Bowl Blowout: National Championship on Deck

by: Sugar (January 8)

Bowl Blowout 2014 is down to the final two teams and the final two dirty-dawgers! By most accounts, the first ever National College Football Playoff has been a success and dirty-dawg's CFCC 2014, well, is always a success, so everything is good! I will admit that I thought the bandwagon consensus that Florida State was going down in the playoff (with some thinking they didn't even belong) was going to come back and bite everyone. But Oregon's butt-whooping put an end to any doubt ...
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PFCC Week 17 Wrap and Super Blowout

by: Sugar (Jan 5, 2015)

Let me be the last person to wish you Happy New Year 2015. Busy times at dirty-dawg World HQ with the first ever Bowl Blowout format change for the College Football National Championship Playoff and the final week of the NFL and first round of the playoffs. It may not seem like such a big deal to all of you, but all of these changes means that we have to contact our old programmers who used to work for free to fix our stuff. That takes time and money. Anyhow, let's take a look at how far we have come this season...

So, let's look back at Week 17 of the PFCC where Michael Orosco pulled off a p...
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CFCC 2014 Final Wrap

by: Sugar (January 18)

Just think. Most people didn't even think they belonged in the playoff. A couple of my colleagues suggested that perhaps Wisconsin took a dive, just so a Big Ten team could get in the playoff. Turns out, the Badgers didn't take a dive and Ohio State really was as good as their regular season ending victory, as they upset Alabama in the semi-final game and cruised to an easy victory as an underdog versus Oregon in the National Championship game. So, I would say the playoff committee did a fine job picking Ohio State to play, but TCU probably deserved a chance as well. It's just tough to leave out Florida State when they are undefeated and the defending National Champ. Of course, we all know the solution. Expand the playoffs. Eight teams should be enough, right? I'm sure we will find out before too many more years go by.

Of course, there were several dirty-dawgers that weren't on the Alabama bandwagon and that paid huge benefits with the doubling and tripling of the confidence points. One of those players was our 2014 CFCC Champion, Roger Bryan, from St. Louis. Roger had the Buckeyes all the way with big points and finished 3rd for the Bowl Blowout with 220 points. That was enough to rocket him into 1st place for the contest with a final tally of 1012 points on 156 victories. Congrats, Roger. You have a Gold Bone coming and the admiration of dirty-dawgers everywhere, forever. Another Buckeye faithful, Aidan Binau of Billings, MT and part of the now-feared dirty-dawg veteran Binau Family, is the 2014 CFCC runner-up with 957 points and a 154-81 record. Mike Johnson of San Angelo, TX takes home the bronze bone with 938 points and a stellar 157-78 record. Congratulations to all of our Top 3 players for 2014!

Just out of the bones, we find veteran dirty-dawger Jon Zeitler, who missed 3rd place by only 7 points. Jon will be ...
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Uptime Report for dirty dawg: Last 30 days

College Football

As of Week 15 of the 2014 Competition
1 Roger Bryan1012 156 79
2 Aidan Binau957 154 81
3 Mike Johnson938 157 78
4 Jon Zeitler931 159 76
5 Mike Zwier920 156 79
6 David Rowell917 161 74
7 Michael Boyer916 154 81
8 Kent Kuyper914 156 79
9 Jesse Binau914 149 86
10 David Schomaker914 145 90
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Pro Football

As of Week 18 of the 2014 Competition
1 Mr Brown1228 165 75
2 Bob Fogarty1161 168 72
3 Clay Weir1160 168 72
4 John Settelmaier1156 168 72
5 Gary Petti1155 170 70
6 Brandie Carboni1145 168 72
7 Kirk Caceres1134 166 74
8 Brandon Dunstan1131 168 72
9 Jason Runyen1131 165 75
10 Katie Hippler1126 165 75
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March Madness

For the 2014 Competition
1 Robert Ricks7576
2 Keith Ventimiglia7428
3 Dave Ratzlaff7270
4 Louis Tiberi7234
5 Brian Heath7197
6 Pat Vesper7191
7 Michael Juno7188
8 Cynthia Egbert7182
9 Todd Mogged7177
10 Michael Pence7161
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