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Protect Your Unit Week 11 Results: Settling For Three

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Memphis kicker Jake Elliott kicks the game-winning field goal against Temple, and ruins LeavittTown's Sudden Death play.
Memphis kicker Jake Elliott kicks the game-winning field goal against Temple, and ruins LeavittTown's Sudden Death play.
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(DISCLAIMER: This contest is for entertainment purposes only. No actual money is being wagered.)

I have no thematic comments today, so let's get right to the results.

LeavittTown's Sudden Death wager on Memphis -7.5 failed when Memphis had to settle for a field goal on several trips, never opening enough of a lead on Temple to cover. So he's out of the competition.

Next on the chopping block is ULismyhothotsex, who is down to $51.29 after his parlay on NC State, Georgia, and Ohio State failed to come in thanks to Georgia Tech blowing out the Wolfpack.

But at the top of the standings, things are getting tight:

collin 1463.19 BYE
RyanTSmith 1326.76 BYE
jthoma11 1297.89 49.09
kendom 1295.03 -50.91
danj725 1286.97 328.18
iwaswrongabouthowell 1163.44 227.27
ucscott 1150.89 BYE
dsidwell31 994.36 -300.00
JimUSFSig 954.82 BYE
ElliotMoore 943.10 133.64
shadow68 922.73 BYE
diddybull32 922.28 BYE
tacoman206 921.09 -50.00
JasonLoughren 886.36 BYE
DaGata 871.63 -34.55
chuckycrater 772.21 BYE
Snafu13 751.41 -107.27
LrdNorman 707.15 27.41
zls44 643.07 -173.73
GaryStephen 636.46 -87.50
andrewpina 293.25 -67.11
ULismyhothotsex 51.29 -118.99
leavitttown 0.00 OUT

Yes, Collin remains in first place followed by Ryan, but they're our own stafffers and giving them a prize would be kind of a dick move, so let's look at the race after that: danj725 and iwaswrongabouthowell made big leaps up the standings this week. jthoma11, kendom, and danj725 are separated by less than $11 fake dollars. Several other players are still in shouting distance. And yes, there are fabulous prizes to be won, so keep those cards and letters coming, kids.

This week's games include: #1 Mississippi State at #4 Alabama; Nebraska-Wisconsin; Ohio State-Minnesota; Clemson-Georgia Tech; Auburn-Georgia; and Florida State-Miami. In the AAC, a big test for USF at SMU; the Bulls are favored by ten, count'em, ten points in the early lines. East Carolina is at Cincinnati; Tulsa is at UCF; Memphis travels to Tulane. Temple plays a non-conference game at Penn State. Navy counts as an AAC team in our game; they host Georgia Southern.