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CFCC Week 3: Steve's List

by: exRegionalWeenie (9/21/22)


Our Winner
Steve's making a list, he's checking it twice, he's gonna find out who... wins every CFCC game last Saturday. Well, all but one game. That's right - Steve Listemaa bagged 108 points on a 14-1 record to win CFCC's Week 3. Congrats, Steve! Angie's List might work well for repairs, but if you want to win CFCC, you better check Steve's List (at least for last week!).
(Ed. Note: No, Pat Vesper did not write that first paragraph for me!)

Rest of Last Week's Top 10 and a Little Bonus
Ken Gribek took second place with 100 points. Andrew Kennedy and Nathan Patrick tied for third by netting 98 points each. Fifth place was a three-way tie among Cuss Rodder, Rick Hluchan and Chris Charters. Here's a question we've wondered for years about Cuss. Is that a nickname earned by swearing a lot, or does he swear a lot because of his name? We had 5 players tie for 8th place by scoring a 94...so here's the rest of the Top 10 (12): David Kopfmann, Aiden McNeil, Jacob Ventimiglia, Todd Hamil and EJ Leche. Everyone in the Top 10 (12) scored at least 30 points more than the Average Player Score for the week, which was 63.

A Few Thoughts from Week 3
- Did you see Penn State freshman RB Nick Singleton absolutely blow by Auburn defenders on his 54-yard TD run? That man is heading for some serious NIL moolah. Oh, and B1G speed is better than SEC speed. Case closed!
- It's extrmely rare to be able to put double digits on Vanderbilt to win, especially in a road game. Yet, over 2 dozen players did just that - and won handsomely. Kendrick Peters resides in Vegas and must be a gamblin' man. He was the only person to use a 15 (!) on Vandy.
- MANY of us had double digits on Notre Dame and App State to win...so there were some pretty tight sphincters during the ending of both games. First, ND was saved when Cal's Hail Mary pass fell incomplete in the endzone. And then App State saved us with their miraculous Hail Mary completion for a TD to pull out the W. Whew!

CFCC Season Standings
We have completed just three weeks so the year-to-date standings are still very volatile. Nonetheless, we still like to check in on the studs and duds thus far, so...
...Todd Hamil is ranked #1 overall with 248 points. Nathan Binau is #2. Is it my imagnation, or is there always a Binau family member in the Top 10? Jason B. Wright and William Moseley are tied for #3. Andrew Kennedy is #5 while Harold Dippman and Jack Ryder are tied for #6. There's a tie for #8, too, between Robert Barritt and Linda English. Finally, there is a five-way tie for #10. Those players are Craig Sullivan, Michael Jurewicz, John Banghoff, Cody Mize and Bud Hazelwood.

CFCC Group Play Standings
Two very familiar groups are at the top of the early standings. We see The Florida Dummies at #1 with the BoomerBacks at #2.



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CFCC Week 3: Steve's List

by: exRegionalWeenie (9/21/22)


Our Winner
Steve's making a list, he's checking it twice, he's gonna find out who... wins every CFCC game last Saturday. Well, all but one game. That's right - Steve Listemaa bagged 108 points on a 14-1 record to win CFCC's Week 3. Congrats, Steve! Angie's List might work well for repairs, but if you want to win CFCC, you better check Steve's List (at least for last week!).
(Ed. Note: No, Pat Vesper did not write that first paragraph for me!)

Rest of Last Week's Top 10 and a Little Bonus
Ken Gribek took second place with 100 points. Andrew Kennedy and Nathan Patrick tied for third by netting 98 points each. Fifth place was a three-way tie among Cuss Rodder, Rick Hluchan and Chris Charters. Here's a question we've wondered for years about Cuss. Is that a nickname earned by swearing a lot, or does he swear a lot because of his name? We had 5 players tie for 8th place by scoring a 94...so here's the rest of the Top 10 (12): David Kopfmann, Aiden McNeil, Jacob Ventimiglia, Todd Hamil and EJ Leche. Everyone in the Top 10 (12) scored at least 30 points more than the Average Player Score for the week, which was 63.

A Few Thoughts from Week 3
- Did you see Penn State freshman RB Nick Singleton absolutely blow by Auburn defenders on his 54-yard TD run? That man is heading for some serious NIL moolah. Oh, and B1G speed is better than SEC speed. Case closed!
- It's extrmely rare to be able to put double digits on Vanderbilt to win, especially in a road game. Yet, over 2 dozen players did just that - and won handsomely. Kendrick Peters resides in Vegas and must be a gamblin' man. He was the only person to use a 15 (!) on Vandy.
- MANY of us had double digits on Notre Dame and App State to win...so there were some pretty tight sphincters during the ending of both games. First, ND was saved when Cal's Hail Mary pass fell incomplete in the endzone. And then App State saved us with their miraculous Hail Mary completion for a TD to pull out the W. Whew!

CFCC Season Standings
We have completed just three weeks so the year-to-date standings are still very volatile. Nonetheless, we still like to check in on the studs and duds thus far, so...
...Todd Hamil is ranked #1 overall with 248 points. Nathan Binau is #2. Is it my imagnation, or is there always a Binau family member in the Top 10? Jason B. Wright and William Moseley are tied for #3. Andrew Kennedy is #5 while Harold Dippman and Jack Ryder are tied for #6. There's a tie for #8, too, between Robert Barritt and Linda English. Finally, there is a five-way tie for #10. Those players are Craig Sullivan, Michael Jurewicz, John Banghoff, Cody Mize and Bud Hazelwood.

CFCC Group Play Standings
Two very familiar groups are at the top of the early standings. We see The Florida Dummies at #1 with the BoomerBacks at #2.



Another Steve Wins PFCC Week 2; Boomerbacks Rolling in Group Play

by: Sugar (September 21, 2022)


While Steve Listemaa was winning all but one CFCC game this past weekend, another Steve (Travis) was winning Week 2 PFCC on 12 wins. Steve scored 66 points to best Liz Sommerville of Corpus Christi, who finished 2nd with 64 points. That 64 point performance by Liz, however, vaulted her into first place overall in the contest with 122 points and a stellar 22-8 record after two tough weeks of the 2022 PFCC. The average score for Week 2 was an embarrassing 19 points.

Elsewhere in the overall standings we have 2004 Bronze Bone winner Jason Gribek tied with Andy Patrick for 2nd place. And another Gribek, this time 2006 Bronze Bone winner Ken Gribek, resides in 4th place with 84 points. In Group Play, Rumbling, Bumbling, Fumbling all the Way to the Endzone is at the top with 59.14 points. Right behind them is traditional powerhouse, Boomerbacks with 58.57 points. And if you look over at the CFCC Group Standings, you will also see Boomerbacks in 2nd place. Very impressive, Boomerbacks!

We have a more standard PFCC week in store for Week 3 with only one Monday Night game and still no early Sunday kickoffs in London. The Week 3 deadline is also the traditional 12 Noon CDT. Good luck with Week 3. And one administrative note this week: we have changed our email routines here at dirty-dawg.com to hopefully a more stable and reliable framework. Please let us know if you aren't receiving confirmation emails after placing your picks.

Brian Tentinger Wins PFCC Week 1

by: Sugar (September 15, 2022)


The marathon of all dirty-dawg contests is now underway with the kick-off of the 2022 NFL season. And what was the #1 question at dirty-dawg World HQ? Well, after the Colts and Texans couldn't settle their game, the question was, "How are ties scored?". To the joy of PFCC dirty-dawgers everywhere, the answer is that all players get the points for a tie. You're welcome! Despite rumors to the contrary, we do have a heart here at dirty-dawg.com. Just don't let that get around.

Brian Tentinger from Johnson City, NY got off to the best start of the field by winning Week 1 with 62 points on a 9-6 mark. The average score was 17. That's bad. Allan Machika from Terrebonne, Quebec (Quebec??) was the Week 2 runner-up with 60 points on 10 wins. Liz Sommerville from Corpus Christi was 3rd with 58 points. Congratulations to all of our Top PFCC Dawgs for Week 1! Early returns in Group Play have Georgian Bay Connection with a small lead over perennial powerhouse, Boomberbacks.

The Week 2 PFCC form is posted and ready for action. If you are enjoying the Chargers and Chiefs on the Jeff Bezos channel this evening, you can get those picks knocked out and enjoy the weekend. Good luck with PFCC Week 2.

CFCC Top dawgs

Through Week 4

Place Player Pts W L
1 Nathan Binau 326 47 13
2 Todd Hamill 324 46 14
3 Andrew Kennedy 312 47 13
4 Samuel Barritt 306 42 18
5 Raul Reyna 304 44 16
6 Linda English 304 44 16
7 Jeff Raberding 302 44 16
8 John Banghoff 302 44 16
9 William Moseley 300 46 14
10 Robert Barritt 300 45 15
Full CFCC Standings

PFCC Top dawgs

Through Week 2

Place Player Pts W L
1 Liz Sommerville 122 22 8
2 Jason Gribek 88 21 9
3 Andy Patrick 88 19 11
4 Ken Gribek 84 21 9
5 Dale Dues 82 20 10
6 Christine Kruse 82 20 10
7 Chris McKinney 82 19 11
8 John Sikora 82 18 12
9 Ken Swiney 80 20 10
10 Ronald Kennedy 80 18 12
Full PFCC Standings

CBCC Top dawgs

2022 Contest

Place Player Points
1 Robert Ricks 7656
2 John Sikora 7651
3 Tom Fannin 7472
4 Paul Todis 7461
5 Ken Swiney 7429
6 Todd Sander 7402
7 Mark Didrick 7396
8 Howie Moseley 7387
9 Pat Vesper 7376
10 Mark Searcy 7364
Full CBCC Standings

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