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2023 MFBCS FINAL TOP 12

RANK TEAM
1 SYRACUSE
2 USC
3 UCONN
4 OLE MISS
5 WASHINGTON STATE
6 MEMPHIS
7 ALABAMA
8 TEXAS
9 MICHIGAN STATE
10 MARYLAND
11 COLORADO C&A
12 PURDUE

Miniature Football Bowl Championship Series

The Miniature Football Bowl Championship Series is presented as a Nation wide league for miniature football coaches to compete leading FBS or FCS Division I college football teams in 10 individual Conference leagues, culminating in a National Playoff that will result in a singular National Champion.   Miniature Football coaches from around the USA have launched  this true National league, and games for the fith season will commence in October of 2023.    Stay posted for exciting miniature football action!

Coaches are competing for the 2024 MFBCS Championship and individual Conference Championships, while vying for a spot at the end of season Bowl Games as well!

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MFBCS 2024 PLAYOFF WEEKEND HOTEL INFO 6/20-6/23/24

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MFBCS 2024 IMPORTANT DATES

10/26/23:  Registration and Dues deadline

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THE LIST OF PAID TEAMS IS IN A CHART BELOW

UNPAID TEAMS ON 10/27/23 WILL BE OPEN TO FIRST COME FIRST SERVE COACHES TO BE TAKEN OVER

10/26/23:  2023 Season Opens!

6/9/24:  Last day to complete 2023 Regular Season Schedule

6/20/24-6/23/24 :  MFBCS 2024 National Playoffs in DFW Westlake, Texas

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JOINING THE MFBCS

The actual final date to register and pay dues for the 2024 season  is 10/26/23.   Should a coach be interested in reserving a team for the upcoming 2024 MFBCS season, he may secure that unselected team by contacting the MFBCS Commisioner and pre-pay dues for the 2024 Season to lock down their chosen team.  At this time we are planning to protect the integrity of existing conferences due to interest from groups of coaches in founding these conferences.   

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50$ to friends/family.  Dues submitted to reserve a team for the 2024 season are non-refundable. 

The MFBCS at this time is underway 2024 with over 121 teams. 

Top 70 RPI Rankings As Of 6/12/24

# Team 8 GM Net Net PPG Win Pts Loss Pts Opp Win Net Pts 8 Gms
1 Washington St (7-2) 490 61.3 75 -30 506.3 551.3 Y
2 Saginaw Valley St (8-2) 489 61.1 95 -30 546.3 611.3 Y
3 Duke (8-1) 475.6 59.4 92.5 -17.5 460 535 Y
4 Syracuse (11-2) 445 55.6 130 -32.5 625.6 723.1 Y
5 USC (7-1) 443.8 55.5 82.5 -15 376.3 443.8 Y
6 Connecticut (8-0) 432.5 54.1 95 0 337.5 432.5 Y
7 Tusculum (8-0) 427.5 53.4 95 0 332.5 427.5 Y
8 Notre Dame (10-0) 424 53 120 0 410 530 Y
9 Nebraska (6-0) 400 66.7 65 0 335 400 N
10 Memphis (9-1) 366 45.8 110 -17.5 365 457.5 Y
11 Purdue (5-3) 365.6 45.7 52.5 -45 358.1 365.6 Y
12 UCLA (5-3) 333.1 41.6 57.5 -45 320.6 333.1 Y
13 Georgia (7-3) 318 39.8 85 -47.5 360 397.5 Y
14 Boise St (8-2) 295 36.9 85 -32.5 316.3 368.8 Y
15 UNLV (8-2) 291 36.4 95 -30 298.8 363.8 Y
16 Florida A&M (9-3) 278.8 34.8 102.5 -47.5 363.1 418.1 Y
17 Harvard (8-1) 268.9 33.6 90 -17.5 230 302.5 Y
18 Texas (6-2) 260 32.5 72.5 -35 222.5 260 Y
19 Michigan St (9-3) 251.3 31.4 110 -47.5 314.4 376.9 Y
20 SMU (6-3) 243.9 30.5 70 -45 249.4 274.4 Y
21 Hampton (6-2) 243.1 30.4 65 -32.5 210.6 243.1 Y
22 Colorado St (6-3) 242.8 30.3 67.5 -47.5 253.1 273.1 Y
23 Northern AZ (7-3) 241 30.1 75 -50 276.3 301.3 Y
24 Stanford (5-3) 236.3 29.5 55 -50 231.3 236.3 Y
25 Florida (6-4) 235 29.4 72.5 -67.5 288.8 293.8 Y
26 Troy (5-0) 227.5 45.5 55 0 172.5 227.5 N
27 Michigan (8-5) 222.3 27.8 95 -80 346.3 361.3 Y
28 Maryland (5-3) 220 27.5 52.5 -50 217.5 220 Y
28 Ole Miss (5-1) 220 36.7 52.5 -17.5 185 220 N
30 East Carolina (6-2) 218.8 27.3 70 -32.5 181.3 218.8 Y
31 North Carolina (7-5) 207.5 25.9 77.5 -80 313.8 311.3 Y
32 Pittsburgh (5-3) 200 25 60 -52.5 192.5 200 Y
32 Oklahoma (5-3) 200 25 62.5 -52.5 190 200 Y
34 BYU (5-5) 195 24.4 55 -85 273.8 243.8 Y
35 Minnesota (6-6) 188.8 23.6 65 -97.5 315.6 283.1 Y
36 Coastal Carolina (7-0) 187.5 26.8 77.5 0 110 187.5 N
37 VA Tech (4-4) 184.4 23 47.5 -60 196.9 184.4 Y
38 John Carroll (4-1) 180 36 45 -15 150 180 N
39 Dartmouth (4-4) 166.3 20.8 45 -60 181.3 166.3 Y
40 Alabama (4-2) 165.6 27.6 50 -30 145.6 165.6 N
41 Miami (6-5) 162.3 20.3 75 -82.5 230.6 223.1 Y
42 Nevada Reno (5-3) 152.5 19.1 62.5 -47.5 137.5 152.5 Y
43 Drury (5-3) 151.3 18.9 60 -47.5 138.8 151.3 Y
44 Buffalo (5-4) 120 15 52.5 -62.5 145 135 Y
44 Findlay (5-2) 120 17.1 55 -35 100 120 N
46 Oregon St (5-2) 118.1 16.9 62.5 -32.5 88.1 118.1 N
47 Texas Arlington (4-3) 110.6 15.8 42.5 -50 118.1 110.6 N
48 Southern (4-3) 108.8 15.5 45 -47.5 111.3 108.8 N
49 Morgan St (5-7) 107.9 13.5 57.5 -115 219.4 161.9 Y
50 Arizona St (4-7) 107.7 13.5 42.5 -115 220.6 148.1 Y
51 Durham (3-1) 91.3 22.8 35 -15 71.3 91.3 N
52 Bowie St (3-7) 89 11.1 32.5 -115 193.8 111.3 Y
53 Georgia So (3-5) 87.5 10.9 30 -80 137.5 87.5 Y
54 Boston (3-5) 73.1 9.1 30 -85 128.1 73.1 Y
55 Citadel (3-0) 67.5 22.5 35 0 32.5 67.5 N
56 UNC Charlotte (3-2) 60 12 35 -32.5 57.5 60 N
57 Temple (4-4) 57.5 7.2 50 -67.5 75 57.5 Y
58 Villanova (3-5) 56.3 7 37.5 -77.5 96.3 56.3 Y
59 San Diego St (1-2) 55.6 18.5 10 -30 75.6 55.6 N
60 High Point (3-2) 51.9 10.4 35 -30 46.9 51.9 N
61 TCU (5-5) 49.5 6.2 57.5 -82.5 86.9 61.9 Y
62 Fresno St (4-5) 48.9 6.1 42.5 -82.5 95 55 Y
63 Miami OH (2-4) 46.3 7.7 20 -62.5 88.8 46.3 N
64 Colorado (2-4) 43.8 7.3 20 -62.5 86.3 43.8 N
65 Idaho St (3-2) 41.3 8.3 35 -32.5 38.8 41.3 N
66 Louisville (3-5) 36.9 4.6 32.5 -82.5 86.9 36.9 Y
67 Indiana (1-0) 35 35 10 0 25 35 N
68 Livingston (2-3) 28.8 5.8 20 -47.5 56.3 28.8 N
69 Louisville Tech (1-1) 28.1 14.1 12.5 -15 30.6 28.1 N
70 Geneva (1-3) 26.3 6.6 10 -45 61.3 26.3 N

RPI RANKING SYSTEM EXPLAINED

MFBCS RPI Methodology Explained:

Dr. Bob explained that he wanted a few key principals: 

  • No subjectivity.  At the beginning of the season everyone is equal and formulaic.  The season will play out for Coach A and Coach B.  The formula doesn’t know that Coach A is a 3 time champion and Coach B is a rookie.  Rankings are all based on points accumulated for wins and close losses this season only. 
  • A decisive win is 10+ points.  No additional credit for running up the score (i.e. a 34-21 victory counts the same as a 34-0 victory). 
  • There needs to be some points given for tough losses. 
  • Who you beat matters – reward coaches for playing and beating successful coaches or playing them close. 

 

Based on these principles, the MFBCS RPI was designed with these calculations: 

 

RANKING IS BASED ON TOTAL VICTORY POINTS + TOTAL OPPONENT WIN POINTS 

YOUR TEAM’S NET WIN LOSS POINTS 

  • 10 points will be credited to a coach for each victory with a margin of 1-9 points.  12.5 points will be credited to a coach for each victory with a margin of 10+ points 
  • 15 points will be deducted from a coach for each loss with a margin of 1-9 points.  17.5 points will be deducted from a coach for each loss with a margin of 10+ points 
     

YOUR TEAM’S OPPONENT WIN POINTS FOR PLAYING A TOUGH OPPONENT 

  • When your team beats another opponent it also gets their WIN POINTS added as bonus points. 
    • i.e. Coach Daltrey going into the game has 4 wins all by 10+ points therefore he has 50 WIN POINTS (4*12.5).   
    • You beat Coach Daltrey by 6 points so now he is 4-1.  He still has 50 WIN POINTS AND 35  NET WIN LOSS POINTS (50-15) 
    • In addition to your 10 points for beating Coach Daltrey, his 50 win points also are tentatively added to your OPPONENT WIN POINTS.
    • As Coach Daltrey racks up more wins in the season (let’s say he has 110 WIN POINTS – you’d also get whatever victory points he has for WIN POINTS as your final OPPONENT WIN POINTS.
  • When your team loses by 7 or less points you get 25% of the opponent’s WIN POINTS.  Therefore, in this example if you didn’t beat Coach Daltrey but lost 34-31 you’d get 25% of his season’s WIN POINTS.  If Coach Daltrey ended up the year with 100 WIN points, you’d get 25 OPPONENT WIN POINTS. 

    Small Change - 3/31/22.  In responding to feedback we made one small tweak.  Once you've played 8 games, we will be using an average of your net points per game played and then multiplying it by 8.  That way everyone over 8 games is evaluated by their overall averages as opposed to a 10-3 coach potentially being ranked ahead of a 9-0 coach just because they played more games.

MFBCS AWARDS AND TROPHIES FOR 2022

At the conclusion of scheduled Conference game play, an Awards Committee which was formed from distinguished individuals with a passion for miniature football  convened to select awardees for all Individual awards to include the Heisman Trophy.   Additionally, the MFBCS coaches were polled to select All-Conference players from their respective conferences, as well as All-American awardees and the Coach of the Year.  All  dues paying coaches had an equal vote.  Awards and Trophies were announced and distributed at the National MFBCS Playoff weekend!

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MFBCS TEAMS CURRENTLY REGISTERED AND PAID FOR 2024

PAC 12 PAC 12 Coaches BIG 12 BIG 12 Coaches BIG 10 BIG 10 Coaches ACC ACC Coaches SEC SEC Coaches AAC AAC Coaches SOUTHERN SOUTHERN Coaches MWC MWC Coaches MEAC MEAC Coaches SUN BELT SUN BELT Coaches IVY LEAGUE IVY LEAGUE Coaches
1 Utah Harold Plummer UT Brandon Woodard PAID Illinois Jimbo Dunagan PAID Virginia Georgia Rafiyq Mcdanul Cincinnatti James Barnes PAID High Point Phil Ponder PAID Utah State Jason Leiker PAID NC Central Jasper Scott Troy Selby Primus PAID Delaware Fetto Shumard PAID
2 Washington Darren Hunter Rice John Rowon Michigan Damon Lucas PAID Virginia Tech Levi Franklin PAID Arkansas ? Conn Bryan Newton PAID Citadel Joel Pritchard UNLV Jaron Turner Alabama State Al Kyle NCAT Jamie Ellerbe PAID Brown Richard McNeil PAID
3 Colorado Bobby Mendoza West Virginia Kevin Mathis Nebraska Phillip Rawlings PAID Syracuse Brian Phillips PAID UT Arlington Oscar Woodard Houston Livingston Bennie Gibson Wyoming Steven Lucero PAID Howard David Hill PAID Durham William Hayward John Carroll Frank Jacobs PAID
4 San Jose State Charles Taylor Oklahoma State Doug Shanafelt Iowa Aron Johnson PAID Johnson C Smith UTSA Robert Jackson Memphis Kelley Newton Coastal Caronlina Mack Daniels PAID Northern Arizona Mark Holguin Florida A&M Warren Ritter PAID UNNC Kevin Brown
5 Oregon Mert Perkins PAID TCU Steven Gray PAID Ohio State Aric Johnson PAID Louisville Glen Phoenix PAID Mississippi State John Sullivan Drury Elijah Bartels PAID South Carolina State Henry Crosby PAID Boise State Mike Turner West Virginia State Lonnie Devan Yale Ricky Beams PAID Mt. St. Jo Austin Womack PAID
6 Eastern Washington Eddie Kim Kansas State Mark Sheeter Michigan State Jim Davis PAID Clemson Clay Lomax Texas A&M Paul Alvarez Temple Greg Burch PAID Charleston Southern Daryl Hall PAID Fort Hays State Chris Sorenson Hampton Ed Morgans PAID St. Paul's College Aaron Marron PAID Jeff Priest PAID 100
7 USC Bob Owens PAID Texas Tech Mark Mcvey PAID Saginaw Valley State Greg Hardmon PAID Maryland Dearell Brevard PAID East Carolina Paul Bartels PAID High Point University Phil Ponder PAID Fresno State Augustin Torres Toledo Dave Keaton UNC Wake Mike Davis PAID
8 UCLA Marcelo Troilo PAID OU Ira Meachum Wake Forest James Martin Tennessee Beenutt Middle Tenn State Jeff Fellers PAID Gardner Webb Daniel Huggins University of Nevada Reno Perry Burke Marshall Louisville Tech Chaz Fennell PAID
9 Arizona State Tim Riley PAID Iowa State Bobby Stocks Indiana Edgar Downs PAID Pittsburgh Paul Woody PAID Florida Pep Woods Tulane Billy Rodgers PAID Presbyterian Jeff Cameron Weber State Nick Roberts PAID Southern Marvin Winn PAID
10 Colorado State Chet Haptonstal NAVY Rick Cabell Northern Illinois Ty Williams PAID Duke Chris Stringer PAID Ole Miss Logan King NW Missouri State Wayne Wheeler PAID Wofford Kyle Perry PAID Idaho State Universty Greg Davis PAID Bowie State Brad Sims PAID
11 Cal Brandon Hardy SMU DeWonne Mcdaniels PAID Rutgers Simmie Lassiter PAID North Carolina Jeff McCauley PAID Alabama Don Hudson Furman Carroll Kelley PAID University of San Francisco Barbara Burke Lincoln Bobby Bush PAID
12 Stanford Matt Riley PAID Kansas Reggie Edwards PAID Northwestern Chuck Lawrence PAID Miami Charles Lane PAID LSU John Carodine 8 Limestone Kolten Perry Hawaii John Medieros Morgan State Charles Motle PAID
13 San Diego State Sam Warren Southwest Texas State Stephen Legrow Purdue Frank Johnson PAID Georgia Southern Darrian Ross PAID UAB Paul Hersey Air Force Matt Finley PAID Tuskeegee Moe Woody
14 Washington State James Crews Minnesota Brian Perry PAID Georgia Tech Steve Brown PAID UTSA Robert Jackson PAID Norfolk ST Eric Toxey PAID
15 Arizona Jessica Florida State Sean Carter PAID 13 New Mexico Marcus Catano PAID Villanova Bernard Alonge PAID
16 BYU Tom Ruesink 13
17 Notre Dame JC Davis Boston College Kevin Thrower PAID
18 Oregon State Jeff Warren 16
19 15

Bob Owens, M.D.

Miniature Football Bowl Championship Series Commissioner

Phone: 214-938-2487