2002 Fantasy Football Final Standings
Bristol University (Mike Wakeley)
|* Frozen Tundra (Eric)||11||3||.786||1476.0||1154.5|
|My Dixie Wreck (Matt L.)||8||6||.571||1150.0||1162.0|
|Baby Boom (Brian G.)||5||9||.357||1195.0||1287.0|
|Massive Nassiffs (Jeff N.)||4||10||.286||1109.0||1409.5|
|* N.Q.P. (Mike L.)||9||5||.643||1227.0||1152.0|
|Pride and Poise (Dan)||8||6||.571||1342.0||1293.5|
|Swamee Selects (Rick)||6||8||.429||1296.0||1283.0|
|A.C.L. Pigskin (Scott D.)||2||12||.143||1029.0||1250.0|
|* Bristol University (Mike W.)||10||4||.714||1560.5||1278.5|
|Healthnuts - (Scott K.)||8||6||.571||1202.0||1210.0|
|Grid Iron (Paul)||8||6||.571||1227.5||1265.5|
|The Bigg Doggs (Chris)||5||9||.357||1256.0||1324.5|
Steve Williams decided to focus completely on baseball and decided to fold his football franchise. Scott Ditto, who had last owned a football team in 1994, decided to resurrect his franchise as A.C.L. Pigskin (nee Great Cornholios). We also tweaked the scoring system a little more this season to add extra value to players that have great statistical yardage games.
Top 5 Auction Prices:
$465 - Kurt Warner (Scott Ditto)
$465 - Daunte Culpepper (Rick Brereton)
$370 - Terrell Owens (Mike Wakeley)
$355 - Ricky Williams - (Eric Pellerin)
$305 - Rich Gannon - (Paul DiFilippo)
$305 - Edgerrin James - (Dan Stull)
Championship Game #1: Frozen Tundra (Eric Pellerin) defeated Pride and Poise (Dan Stull), 72.5 - 64.5.
Championship Game #2: Bristol University (Mike Wakeley) defeated the N.Q.P. (Mike Loftus), 125.5 - 67.5.
Toilet Bowl Loser: Massive Nassiffs (Jeff N.)
Fantasy Bowl: Bristol University (Mike Wakeley) defeated the Frozen Tundra (Eric Pellerin), 62.5 - 40.0.
The Frozen Tundra were able to hold onto 1st place from Week 1, right up until the Fantasy Bowl when they were de-cleated by Bristol University. Mike Wakeley was able to put together a powerhouse team through the auction and a few shrewd trades. Bristol University actually led the Scandalous League in scoring for the 2002 season. This marks the 2nd Fantasy Football Championship for Mike Wakeley and his Bristol University squad.