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.

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