5 + 5 Pick’Em Contest: Week Six Recap (NCAA Picks)

There is a new leader, actually a couple of them, at the top of the first ever isportsweb “5+5 Pick’Em Contest”. While the leader from basically the get go is now in third place, half a game behind the two front runners. Followed by three participants that are all one game behind the other, and all are within reach of the top players if they have a good session. Star News Online had the best movement of the day, now in ninth place, while @bpcoxjr had the best picking session, going 3-1-1, but is still in last place. But enough of my talk, check out the session yourself…

[#1] Michael Pichan (@FantasyNomad on twitter), a host/co-host of several podcasts for RotoInfo.com goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 26-1-23 in the contest.

  • Michigan State -15.5 over Indiana
  • Missouri -7 over Vanderbilt
  • UCLA -2.5 over California
  • Michigan -3 over Purdue
  • Mississippi State -10 over Kentucky

[#1] Andrew C. an ex sports reporter for a national newspaper goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 26-1-23 in the contest.

  • Ohio State -3 over Nebraska
  • Texas -7 over West Virginia
  • Notre Dame -14 over Miami (Fl)
  • LSU -2.5 over Florida
  • Michigan State -15.5 over Indiana

[#3] Lauren Brownlow (@lebrownlow on twitter), a freelance sportswriter with her own blog goes 1-4 with these picks and has an overall record of 26-24 in the contest.

  • Ohio State -3 over Nebraska
  • Maryland -7 over Wake Forest
  • Virginia Tech -5.5 over North Carolina
  • Kentucky +10 over Mississippi State
  • Michigan State -15.5 over Indiana

[#4] Scott (@ScottPeceny on twitter) blogger for isportsweb for both Lions & Red Wings goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 25-25 in the contest.

  • Ball State +2.5 over Northern Illinois
  • Clemson -10 over Georgia Tech
  • Northwestern +2.5 over Penn State
  • West Virginia +7.5 over Texas
  • Auburn -7 over Arkansas

[#5] David Kerr playing at Dynasty Sports Empire goes 3-2 with these picks and has an overall record of 24-26 in the contest.

  • Stanford -10 over Arizona
  • Oklahoma -4 1/2 over Texas Tech
  • Georgia +1 over South Carolina
  • Ohio State -3 over Nebraska
  • California +2 1/2 over UCLA

[#6] A. Mazzolini (A_E_M on twitter), blogger at isportsweb goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 23-27 in the contest.

  • LSU -2.5 over Florida
  • Texas -7 over West Virginia
  • Penn State -2.5 over Northwestern
  • Michigan -3 over Purdue
  • UCLA -2.5 over California

[#7] Tim Griffin (@THEGRIFSAYS) isportsweb correspondent for the Seattle Mariners goes 1-4 with these picks and has an overall record of 22-1-27 in the contest.

  • Miami, FL +14 over Notre Dame
  • Auburn -7.5 over Arkansas
  • LSU -2.5 over Florida
  • Michigan -3 over Purdue
  • Missouri -7 over Vanderbilt

[#7] M.K. owner of sports bar in the down state area and avid fan of all things Big East goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 22-1-27 in the contest.

  • Florida State -15.5 over N.C. State
  • Michigan State -15.5 over Indiana
  • Texas -7 over West Virginia
  • San Diego State -21.5 over Hawaii
  • Cal +2.5 over UCLA

[#9] Joe White (@isportsJoe on twitter) co-founder of isportsweb goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 20-1-29 in the contest.

  • Michigan State -15.5 over Indiana
  • Penn State -2.5 over Northwestern
  • Illinois +14.5 over Wisconsin
  • Purdue +3 over Michigan
  • Ohio State -3 over Nebraska

[#9] Andrew Rush (@idiotsonsports on twitter) owner of the site named Idiotsonsports goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 20-1-29 in the contest.

  • South Florida -3.5 over Temple
  • Connecticut +7 over Rutgers
  • Clemson -10 over Georgia Tech
  • West Virgina +6.5 over Texas
  • Southern Miss +10 over Boise State

[#9] Star News ACC (@starnewsacc on twitter) covering the ACC for the Star News Online goes 3-2 with these picks and has an overall record of 20-1-29 in the contest.

  • Virginia Tech +5.5 over North Carolina
  • Miami (Fl) +13 over Notre Dame
  • South Carolina -2 over Georgia
  • Clemson -10 over Georgia Tech
  • LSU -2.5 over Florida

[#12] Gary Gerba (@DSEmpireG2 on twitter) Editor-in-Chief for Dynasty Sports Empire goes 1-4 with these picks and has an overall record of 20-30 in the contest.

  • Georgia “PickEm” over SC
  • Oklahoma -5 over Texas Tech
  • Michigan State -15.5 over Indiana
  • Syracuse -2 over Pittsburgh
  • Rice -5.5 over Memphis

[#13] Cory Morris (@coryfly on twitter) poster on Tar Heel Illustrated goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 19-1-30 in the contest.

  • USC -14 over Utah
  • Indiana +15.5 over Michigan State
  • Cincinnati -19.5 over Miami (Oh)
  • Auburn -7.5 over Arkansas
  • Kentucky +10 over Mississippi State

[#14] Gina A. an ex blogger and now just enjoying SU and the Big East, and soon hating to have to watch the ACC goes 1-4 with these picks and has an overall record of 18-2-30 in the contest.

  • Boston College -7 over Army
  • Penn State -2.5 over Northwestern
  • Virginia Tech +5.5 over North Carolina
  • Virginia +1 over Duke
  • Texas -7 over West Virginia

[#15] Casey Yandle (@fantasysprtsdsh on twitter) owner of the site Fantasy Sports Dish goes 2-3 with these picks and has an overall record of 17-33 in the contest.

  • Duke -1 over Virginia
  • Clemson -10.5 over Georgia Tech
  • Georgia +1.5 over South Carolina
  • Northwestern +2.5 over Penn State
  • UCLA -2.5 over CAL

[#16] Patrick Cox (@bpcoxjr on twitter) goes 3-1-1 with these picks and has an overall record of 13-2-35 in the contest (he did not pick last week).

  • Kansas State -25 over Kansas
  • Rutgers -7 over Connecticut
  • Fresno State -17.5 over Colorado State
  • Louisiana Lafayette -28 over Tulane
  • Maryland -7 over Wake Forest

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