• WEEK ONE TOP SCORE:  Six people tied for the top score: Richard Magann, Brett Fry, Max Briese, Michael Falen and Chris Robinson.   Its for that reason that we aren’t doing a “weekly winner” prize this year. I suspect we have some weeks where we have even more ties at the top.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were abysmal:  31.9% and 15.6%, respectively. A fitting start, really. 2020 continues to rear its ugly head.
  • Since only five games were played, participants were spared the shame of an 0-6 week. However, we did have 17 people go 0-5.
  • Only 9 people scored at least 100 points.
  • Favorites were only 1-5, hence the terrible group winning percentage.
  • The group majority was 0-6. In other words: zero and six.
  • The group majority was 9-5-1.
  • Syracuse was the only underdog to receive the majority of the picks. They had the game covered until late in the 4th quarter.
  • Iowa State was the most popular lock. Loser.


  • WEEK TWO TOP SCORE:  Reid Ainsworth. He was the only person to go undefeated. 17 people went 4-1.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were better than last week, but still terrible:  40.0% and 30.7%, respectively. There is always next week.
  • The average score was 43.1 points. Thru two weeks, the average is 41.4 points. Last year, the weekly average was 66.2 points.
  • The group majority was only 1-4, bringing the yearly total to 1-10.
  • OSU was easily the most popular pick of the week. They barely escaped with a win, let alone covering the spread.
  • The leaderboard is pretty ugly right now. Reid Ainsworth leads the way with a 9-2 record.
  • Only 4 people have at least 8 wins. Last year, there were 85 people that had 8+ wins thru two weeks. Granted, we are a game short, but still.

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