Archive for the '2006 CFL Pool' Category

Predictions Come Home to Roost

Friday, November 3rd, 2006 by Jon

A poor final week of predicting hurt our overall record, making us practically equivalent to flipping a coin. In review, we strayed from any one method of making our picks, which led to wild week-to-week swings in results.

Our Record Last Week: 0-3 (0%)
Our Final Record Overall: 38-34 (52.8%)
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2006 CFL Pool Post-Season Awards

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006 by Jon

Congratulations to CFL4ever! Do not spend it all in one place!

The following awards were handed out in a ceremony before this broadcast.
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CFL4ever Wins 2006 CFL Pool

Monday, October 30th, 2006 by Jon

From what looked like a impossibility weeks ago with a commanding lead to only a two point lead three weeks ago, CFL4ever hung on to eek out a win in the Overtime Central 2006 CFL Pool.
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October 2006 CFL Pool Segment Winner

Monday, October 30th, 2006 by Jon

Congratulations to BestGuess for finishing first in the October Segment of the 2006 Overtime Central CFL Pool.

BestGuess, coached by Cindy Kreutzer, finished with a total of 96 points for September. That total, out of a possible 206 points, equals a 46.60% pick accuracy rate, our highest segment percentage this season. Close behind this month was FaragallisAverageJoes, who fell short by 7 points.

Cindy wins her choice of either a $5 gift certificate at Cineplex Odeon/Galaxy Theatres or a $2 credit on her account. Cindy has until November 6th to email Overtime Central regarding her choice in order to collect her prize.

CFL Pool Preview Report – Week 20

Thursday, October 26th, 2006 by Jon

We head into the final week coming off a mediocre 2-2 record last week. We are just glad this very difficult predicting season is almost over.

Our Record Last Week: 2-2 (50%)
Our Record Overall: 38-31 (55.1%)
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OC Jottings

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  • January 7, 2007
    More Bomber Sale Details → Franchise is worth $8-10 million (by new standards) so Asper gets a portion or all of it for partly funding new $100 million stadium. I cannot see how a private/public partnership could work; if Asper buys the Bombers, I think it would have to be 100%. I think there will be a lot more questions asked before this goes through. #
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