WEEK FOURTEEN RESULTS

  • WEEK FOURTEEN WINNER:  Jodie Daft and Brittnee Madden.  Jodie and Brittnee tied with 126 points, outscoring a group of six other people that went 6-0.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were below average: 49.1% and 46.2%, respectively.
  • The average score eclipsed 60 points for the 11th time this year.
  • The 6-0’s outpaced the 0-6’s by a margin of 8-5, bringing the yearly total to 80-58.
  • Favorites were 6-4 ATS in Week 14. Their winning percentage for the year (56.3%) is an all-time PP6 record.
  • For the year, home teams had a record of 101-86-5.
  • The pick distribution for Week 14 was very balanced. There wasn’t one team that received a 75% majority of the picks. In fact, the biggest majority was only 62%.
  • The most popular game of the week was Alabama vs Georgia. Georgia was the most popular side of the week. They failed to cover and lost the game outright, and they are now on the outside looking in at the CFB playoff.
  • The 2nd most popular pick, Tulane, was also an ATS loser.
  • The next 3 most popular picks (FSU, Washington and Michigan) were all ATS winners.
  • There were 4 games played on home fields. In those games, the home team went 2-2 ATS.
  • There were 3 games with double-digit spreads. The favored team covered in all three.
  • Washington, OSU and App State were the only underdogs that received a majority of the picks. Washington was the only one to cover.
  • No surprise, but the “Group of 5” championship games were the least popular of the week.
  • Jodie Daft is your 2023 PP6 Champion, becoming the first woman to ever win. Congratulations to the Queen of the PP6.
  • Jodie Daft not only won the title, she did it in dramatic fashion by also being the high-scorer in the final week. Michael Patton accomplished the same feat back in 2021.
  • Jodie had an amazing back half of the season, especially down the final stretch. She scored 100+ points the final three weeks, which propelled her to the winner of the “Best Finish” award, too. Greedy, I know.
  • Half the people ranked in the final Top Ten were not there after Week 13. The Top Ten participants all earn money.
  • Chris Kinard was the unlucky number 11, finishing just one point out of 10th place.
  • Nick M locked up the lock race after Week 13, but for good measure went ahead and won his lock in Week 14, finishing with a record of 13-0-1.
  • There was a 4-way tie for 2nd place in the lock race. Logan Meyer, Jarrett Wise, Chad Akers and Brian Blum all went 21-2. Logan won the tiebreaker by scoring the most points.
  • Daniel Dowdy had a 1-13 lock record.
  • The elimination bracket champion is Charles Robinson. He had a blessed run to the championship. In the final four weeks of the season, he won each matchup by 3 points or less. In the final week, he defeated Dandrsn by one single point.

WEEK THIRTEEN RESULTS

  • WEEK THIRTEEN WINNER:  Chad Capra.  Chad outscored eight other people that went 6-0, including two family members.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were really good: 56.0% and 56.7%, respectively.
  • The average score eclipsed 70 points for the 6th time this year.
  • Nine people went 6-0, which is a season high.
  • Despite having the fewest total submissions of the year, we had the most people score 100+ points: 72.
  • Favored teams had a winning record for the first time since Week 9.
  • Eight of the 15 games had one side receive at least 75% of the picks. Those teams were 5-3 ATS.
  • Missouri was the most popular pick and lock of the week. They cruised to victory over Arkansas.
  • We had five Friday games in Week 13. All five of the favored teams received at least 100 picks and all five covered the spread.
  • Ohio State and BYU were the only underdogs to receive a majority of the picks. BYU covered the spread in a losing effort. Ohio State neither won nor covered.
  • 9 of the 15 games earned bonus points, including Texas earning the maximum bonus points in their win over Texas Tech.
  • All six of the underdogs that covered the spread earned bonus points.
  • Not a single person locked Georgia Tech. They covered the spread in their game against Georgia.
  • With one week to play, Craig Amick currently occupies the top spot on the leaderboard, but only 40 points separate 1st place from 10th place.
  • The gap between 1st place and 10th place is the same as the gap between 10th place and 41st place.
  • Half the people that were ranked in the Top Ten after Week 12 dropped out of the Top Ten in Week 13.
  • Jodie Daft has been on an impressive run. She has scored 80+ points in four consecutive weeks and 6 out of the last 7 weeks.
  • Nick M has officially locked up the lock race with a record of 12-0-1. It’s now a race for 2nd place, and six people are tied at 11-2.
  • Who has the worst lock record? Daniel Dowdy at 1-12.
  • The elimination bracket will come down to Dandrsn vs Charles Robinson. Jodie got bounced despite scoring 101 points.

WEEK TWELVE RESULTS

  • WEEK TWELVE WINNER:  Kurtis Hanni and Emily Keating.  Kurtis and Emily were the only two people to go 6-0, and they fittingly tied for the best score with 122 points.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were fine: 49.35.2% and 53.6%, respectively.
  • The average score eclipsed 60 points for the 9th time in 12 weeks.
  • For the first time since Week 5, the group majority had a losing record.
  • Only 28 people scored 100+ points, which is the second lowest total of the year.
  • Georgia was easily the most popular pick and lock of the week. Their spread against Tennessee seemed suspiciously small, and they went out and proved Vegas wrong.
  • The two most popular picks of the week, Georgia and Washington, were ATS winners.
  • The next five most popular picks were all ATS losers.
  • The least popular game of the week was also the least popular game of the year. Only 53 people made a pick in the Notre Dame vs Wake Forest game. The Irish cruised to victory.
  • We also saw the “biggest loser” of the year. Iowa was picked over Illinois, 138 to 11. 93% of the people that picked a side in that game lost, although Iowa did win the game.
  • Grayson Gillette is in 1st place and has a 32 point lead over 2nd place.
  • The gap between 1st and 2nd, 32 points, is the same as the gap between 2nd and 20th.
  • Nick M still leads the lock race at 11-0-1. Ryan Kotek is 1/2 game back. Nine others are tied at 10-2.
  • We are down to the final four in the bracket. Dandrsn, Tony Braisher, Jodie Daft and Charles Robinson. Charles advanced despite scoring only 21 points.

WEEK ELEVEN RESULTS

  • WEEK ELEVEN WINNER:  Ryan Woodard.  Ryan and Grayson Gillette were the only two people to go 6-0. Ryan’s 135 points were 50 points higher than his 2nd best week of the season (Week 8).
  • For the first time in forever, the group and lock winning percentages were not good: 45.2% and 36.4%, respectively. It was the 2nd worst group winning percentage of the year and the worst lock winning percentage.
  • The average score, 58.9 points, was the 2nd worst of the year.
  • We only had 23 people score 100+ points, which is the lowest total of the year.
  • Despite it being a poor week, the group majority still had a winning record: 8-6
  • The Majority 6 went 2-4 ATS, which is it’s first losing week since Week One.
  • The three most popular picks of the week (Kansas, OSU and Texas) were all from the Big 12, all received at least 200 picks and all were ATS losers.
  • Those same three teams (Kansas, OSU and Texas) received a combined 201 locks, while their opponents only received a combined 15 locks. That’s 201-15. 15 people got to celebrate.
  • Those three teams represented 41% of the lock selections!
  • In a rare occurrence, we had two teams earn the maximum bonus points in the same week: Missouri and Central Florida. Both teams were narrow home underdogs, and both teams crushed their opponent.
  • Missouri and Duke were the only two underdogs to receive more picks than the favorite. Both teams covered the spread.
  • BYU and Iowa State both received the exact same number of picks: 62 each. ISU rolled.
  • Florida was the only team that didn’t receive at least one lock.
  • Chris Kinard currently sits in 1st place, but only 54 points separate 1st from 10th.
  • The gap between 1st and 10th (54 points) is the same as the gap between 10th and 59th.
  • Despite Grayson missing out on the weekly prize, his score still propelled him from 39th to 4th.
  • Jim Newton is the only person to score 100+ points the last two weeks.
  • Nick M leads the lock race at 10-0-1. Ryan Kotek, Michael Wang and Mark Claunch are 1/2 game back.
  • Caleb Masters is the only person with at least 9 lock wins and a losing overall record.
  • We are down to the Elite 8 in the elimination bracket. 6 of the 8 people advanced while only going 3-3 or worse.

WEEK TEN RESULTS

  • WEEK TEN WINNER:  Jessica Coats.  Jessica outscored 6 other people that went 6-0. It was her first 100+ point week of the year.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were great again: 58.9% and 56.9%, respectively.
  • The group winning percentage has been above .500 for seven consecutive weeks!
  • The average score was 74 points, which is the highest of the year.
  • 69 people scored 100+ points, which is the 2nd highest total of the year.
  • Home underdogs were 5-3. It’s their first winning week since Week One!
  • We had our least popular game of the year. Only 71 people picked a side in the Miami vs NC State game. The Wolfpack covered the spread.
  • A&M and Mississippi gave us our 5th push of the year.
  • Notre Dame was the most popular pick of the week, but they were beaten by Clemson.
  • The next two most popular picks, Washington and Alabama, were ATS winners.
  • Oklahoma State was the most popular underdog of the week. They upset OU in the final scheduled Bedlam.
  • 4 underdogs received at least 100 picks (OSU, Kansas, KSU and Arizona). All four teams covered.
  • Chris Kinard is leading a very tight PP6 race.
  • 4 people are tied with 40 wins.
  • 402 people are averaging at least 60 points per week!
  • Michael Wang and Nick M are leading the lock race at 9-0-1. 5 others are 9-1.