• WEEK FIFTEEN WINNER:  Brian Patton and Jon Taber.  Nine people went 6-0.  Neither Brian nor Jon had the season they wanted, but they cashed.
  • The group winning and lock winning percentages were great, capping off a historic PP6 season.  They were 58.2% and 56.5%, respectively.
  • The season group and lock winning percentages set all-time records:  52.3% and 53.8%, respectively.  Not only are they records, they absolutely shattered the records.  Typically, the season winning percentages are in the range of 48.2 to 49.7%.
  • For the first time this year, nobody went 0-6.
  • The most popular pick of the week, Ohio State, failed to cover the spread.  However, the next five most popular picks did.
  • The group majority went 7-3 this week.
  • Baylor and Oregon were the only two underdogs to get more interest than the favorites.  They both covered.


  • The final tally for 6-0 vs 0-6 was 102 to 59.  That is a shocking statistic.  The only other time 6-0s outnumbered 0-6s was in 2013, but it was only 60-51.
  • Home Underdogs were 33-50-4, which is by far the worst record in PP6 history.  The previous worst was 39-42-2 in 2015.
  • The average score for the season was 66.2 points per week…another record.  The previous record was 63.7 points in 2012.
  • The Majority Six shattered the previous record.  They were 52-32-3 this year (59.8%).  The previous record was 44-40-1 in 2012 (52.4%).
  • Participants scored 100+ points at a rate of 11.7%, which beat out the previous best of 11.5% in 2012.


  • Chad Capra captured the PP6 2019 title with an incredible record of 60-28-2.
  • The Top Ten didn’t see much movement in Week 15.  Other than Jason Gorsuch and Rick Barrett entering the Top Ten, nobody moved more than two spots.
  • The Lock Race:  Brandon Bains captured the “Lock of the Week” Title.  He finished 13-2, which was 1/2 game better than Rick Barrett, Steve Stephenson and Stuart Rowlan.  Unfortunately for Steve and Stuart, only the top two spots get paid and Rick won the tie-breaker by having more total points.
  • Tyler Armstrong finished in the cellar with a  2-12-1 lock record.
  • The Elimination Bracket:  Chris Kinard beat out GundyonDaHundy for the title.  Chris has been great all year.  He entered the bracket as a 2-seed and was consistent all year.
  • Everyone in the Top Ten had at least two 100+ point weeks.  Everyone except Chris Kinard had at least three 100+ point weeks.
  • Over the final three weeks of the season, the worst score was 60 points by James Welin in Week 15.  40 scores, and nobody did worse than 3-3.
  • Rick Barrett strung together five consecutive 100+ point weeks! During that stretch, he jumped from 191st place to 7th.
  • It should come as no surprise that Rick also won the “Best Finish” award.  He closed the season on a 21-3 run!  The next best was Heidi McAtee with a 18-4-2 record.


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