• WEEK SIX WINNER:  Bryce Cummings.  Bryce and Craig A both went 6-0, but Bryce edged out Craig by a single point. To say Bryce was having a bad year would be an understatement. He was in 372nd place coming into the week. He is now in 296th place, which is nothing to write home about, but at least he laid claim to the weekly prize.
  • The group and lock winning percentages were respectable again:  51.5% and 53.1%, respectively.
  • For the first time this year, the lock winning percentage eclipsed the overall winning percentage.
  • Only two people went 6-0 this week. However, only one person went 0-6, which is the lowest total of the year.
  • John Mellish held on to the top spot for the second straight week.
  • Nobody ranked 7th thru 10th was able to maintain their position in the Top Ten.
  • The gap between 1st place and 10th place (62 points) is the same as the gap between 10th place and 55th place.
  • Michael Patton has now strung together five consecutive 4-2 weeks.
  • Dusty Weatherly is still in the lock lead with a 6-0-1 record. Six people are at 6-1.
  • Of the six people with a 6-1 lock record, three of them are ranked 223rd or worse overall.
  • 4 people have an 0-7 lock record.
  • Home underdogs were on fire to begin the season, but have combined to go 4-7 over the last two weeks.
  • Favorites have enjoyed their second straight winning week.
  • Almost half of the PP6 participants picked Alabama to bounce back from their loss, making their game with MSU the biggest pick disparity of the year (178 picks to 19). Tide fans were rewarded with a blowout victory.
  • The next two most popular picks, Arkansas and Iowa, were ATS losers.
  • This might be a PP6 first: The exact same number of people picked a side in the Texas vs Oklahoma State (113 each) and the exact same number locked each side (16 each). OSU won the game outright as an underdog.
  • Kentucky was the most popular underdog of the week. They scored a TD with 0:04 in the 4th quarter to cover the spread.

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