STANDINGS AS OF 1-25-2010            
    College College Pro  Pro   Total      
COLLEGE   Score Game Score Wins Pro Col/Pro Total    
PLACE   Total Wins Total Total Place Score Place    
                     
1 Debbie Cummings 547 21 215 6 9 762 1    
2 Bob Scholl 560 21 209 5 6 769 2    
3 Nelson Slagle 561 20 219 5 12 780 3    
4 Bob Stanley 576 23 216 6 10 792 4    
5 Jim Henning 589 20 217 5 11 806 5    
8 Dick Hammerstrom 594 19 214 5 7 808 6    
11 Jim Slagle   613 17 196 7 2 809 7    
10 Bob Thomas 606 18 203 6 5 809 8    
9 Blake Vasquez 595 18 214 6 7 809 9    
14 Al Manzey 635 17 181 7 1 816 10    
12 Gerry Hamilton 616 17 202 7 4 818 11    
13 Andrew Coates 626 17 196 7 2 822 12    
5 Dick Beeuwsaert 589 19 238 5 13 827 13    
7 Phil Hensley 593 19 256 4 14 849 14    
  Total 8,300 266 2,976 81 0 11,276      
  Avg 593 19 213 6 0 805      
  Odds 599 18 191 7   790      
                     
DEB CUMMINGS WINS 2009-10 BOWL/PRO PLAYOFF PREDICTIONS - MANZEY WINS PRO PORTION  
     Deb Cummings captures 2009-10 College Bowl Pro Playoff predictions by 7 points over runner-up Bob Scholl.  
This is the first time Deb has finished in the top 2.  Bob has finished 1st 4 times, but this was his first 2nd
place finish.  Deb picked 27 winners in the 45 games predicted.   Bob Stanley (29) was the only predictor to pick
more winners.                  
     Five predicted New Orleans to win the Super Bowl with Andrew Coates having the best prediction - NO by 7.
     Al Manzey used the NO victory to capture the Pro Playoff portion of the contest by 15 points over Andrew
Coates and Jim Slagle.                  
     Andrew Coates had the closest pick on 9 games and tied on two others to lead best picks.   
     Deb Cummings also won the college bowl portion of the contest.          
                     
                     
DEB CUMMINGS LEADS BY 16 IN BOWL/PLAYOFF PICKS - JIM SLAGLE LEAD PRO PLAYOFFS - SUPER BOWL LEFT
    Deb Cummings leads Nelson Slagle by 16 points in the combined College Bowl/Pro Playoff Predictions with the 
Super Bowl game remaining.   Jim Slagle leads the Pro Playoffs by 3 over Gerry Hamilton and Al Manzey.
     Big game was NO over Minn that could have gone either way.  If Minn wins in OT, Cap Scholl is a point out of
first and 5 others within 20 points of first.   The x in column T in the Standings above shows who picked the Vikings.
     Al Manzey and Bob Stanley are only predictors to have best picks on two pro games.  For combined Bowl/Pro games
Andrew Coates leads with 8 closest picks and tied for best on two games.      
                     
  DEB CUMMINGS LEADS BOWL & PROS BY 18 - BOB THOMAS LEADS PROS - 3 GAMES LEFT    
     Deb Cummings increased her lead in the Bowl /Pro Playoff contest to 19 points over 2nd place Bob Scholl with 3 games
remaining.  Fourteen points separate 3rd from 10th and only 80 points separate first from last.  The top 4 college predictors
are four of the six worst pro playoff predictors which has tightened up the standings.    
    Bob Thomas leads the pro playoff portion of the contest with Al Manzey 3 points back.   In Overall contest, thirty-five points
separate 2nd from 11th and 84 points separate 1st and last.          
                     
  AFTER BOWL GAMES DEB CUMMINGS LEADS BOB SCHOLL BY 13 POINTS      
     Deb Cummings leads Bob Scholl by 13 points with 11 Pro Playoff games emaining.  Only 46 points separate 
last nine predictors.                  
     Andrew Coates was closest on 8 of 34 bowl games and tied for best on one.  Nelson had 3 best picks and tied 
for 3 best picks including Buckeye and Alabama wins for 2nd best behind Andrew.