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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 individual Power 5 Conference leagues, culminating in a National Playoff that will result in a singular National Champion.   Miniature Football coaches from around the USA have launched  the inaugural season, and games have been played and filmed over the last several weeks.  Due to the Pandemic, game play has been understandably delayed, but still present.   Stay posted for exciting miniature fooball action!

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


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we have decided to delay the final day to complete games until 8/2/20.  Initially, we planned for each team to complete between 9-11 games during the season.  Therefore, the minimum number of games completed in order to potentially qualify for the National Playoffs was 9 games.

Due to the strain of the pandemic, we have lowered the requirement to 7 games completed.

Note that the new dates for the MFBCS National Playoff Weekend are 8/28/20-8/30/20.  See below for details regarding the Playoff Weekend.

Additionally; and coach who feels they cannot complete 7 games or in fact need to forego completing MF games played in close contact for personal reasons may "opt out" of this season without penalty, or ban.  They will retain their individual teams for competition in 2021.


1 Cincinnati
2 Texas
3 Georgia
4 Syracuse
5 Utah
6 Hawaii
7 North Dakota State
8 Auburn
9 Florida
10 Stanford
11 Oregon
13 North Carolina
14 NC State
15 Nebraska
16 Michigan
17 Oklahoma
18 San Diego State
19 Oklahoma State
20 Clemson
21 San Jose State
22 Arizona
23 Ole Miss
24 Wisconsin
25 Tennessee


DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC; the National Playoffs have been tentatively rescheduled.  The MFBCS Championship Playoff Weekend is now set for 8/28/20 through 8/30/20 in the DFW area in Southlake, Texas, at the Hilton Southlake Town Center.   A block of rooms have been reserved, and a banquet is planned for Friday night as well as dinner on Saturday night.  A link to the hotel is provided beneath this block of information.  The last day to reserve a room using the block rates is 8/21/20.

32 Teams will qualify for the single elimination playoff, with the 4 top qualifiers facing off to determine the National CFP Champion.  

The tentative schedule will include:

Friday 8/28/20 (5:00 pm):  MFBCS Banquet: Presentation of all Individual Player and Coach awards. 

Friday 8/28/20 (7:30):  Power Five Conference Championship Games.  Two rounds, one game per round broadcast by GBN.

Saturday 8/29/20 (9:00 am):  First two rounds of the playoffs (Round 1a and 1b);  8 games played back to back, 32 teams.

1:30 pm:  Lunch break

2:30: Round two of the playoffs; 8 games, 16 teams

5:00: Round three of the playoffs; 4 games, 8 teams

7:30:  Dinner break; Sponsored by MFBCS.

8:30:  Bowl Games: 28 teams square off in 14 major NCAA historic bowl games to fight for a Bowl Game win.

Sunday 8/30/20 

9:00  Fiesta Bowl: 2 of the top 4 teams compete

12:00 Peach Bowl: 2 of the top 4 teams compete

3:00:  MFBCS National Championship Game

6:00:  Adjourn

All playoff games will be played on EM boards constructed by Roger Fisher, achieving much needed standardized fields of play for the entire playoffs.  Each field will be custom designed to represent all 17 Bowl Game and Championship Game venues.  All games during the 32 team playoff will be refereed by the qualifying coaches.

Gridiron Buzz Network will be on hand to broadcast live multiple games and announce the progression of the playoff teams!



At the conclusion of scheduled Conference game play, an Awards Committee which has been formed from distinguished individuals with a passion for miniature football will convene to select awardees for all Individual awards to include the Heisman Trophy.  Each coach in the MFBCS will be allocated a ballot to vote for the  awards and trophies, to be factored into the final voting for major awards.  Additionally, the MFBCS coaches will be 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 have an equal vote.  Awards and Trophies will be announced and distributed at the National MFBCS Playoff weekend!

2020 MFBCS Individual Awards

Keith "Big Salty" Chalmers Award:          MFBCS Coach of the Year

Heisman Trophy:      Player of the Year

  • Sam Ehlinger QB Texas
  • Ronnie Hillman RB San Diego State
  • Brian Johnson, Jr. QB Utah
  • Donovan McNabb QB Syracuse
  • Always Open TE Syracuse

Davey O'Brien Award:     Best QB

  • Kerwin Bell QB Florida
  • Sam Ehlinger QB Texas
  • Brian Johnson Jr. QB Utah
  • Donovan McNabb QB Syracuse
  • Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State

Jim Thorpe Award:      Best Defensive Back

  • Sam Garnes S Cincinnati
  • Michael Huff S Texas
  • William Mauga S Hawaii
  • Sean McCauley S North Carolina
  • Sean Smith S Utah

Doak Walker Award:      Best RB

  • Ronnie Hillman RB San Diego State
  • Barry Sanders RB Oklahoma State
  • Emmitt Smith RB Florida
  • Herschel Walker RB Georgia
  • Jamal Willis RB BYU

Biletnikoff Award:   Best Wide Reciever

  • Quan Cosby WR Texas
  • Jabar Gaffney WR Florida
  • Percy Harvin WR Florida
  • LaMichael James WR Oregon
  • Steve Smith WR Utah

Butkus Award:      Best Linebacker

  • Clinton Brown LB Syracuse
  • Aundray Bruce LB Auburn
  • Paul Kreuger LB Utah
  • Wilbur Marshall LB Florida
  • Cory Redding LB Texas

Outland Trophy:      Best Interior Lineman

  • Lomas Brown T Florida
  • Billy Turner T North Dakota State
  • John Flannery G Syracuse
  • Jerry Sisemore T Texas
  • Jordan Gross T Utah

Bednarik Award:      Best Defensive Player

  • Kiki DeAyala DE Texas
  • Aundray Bruce LB Auburn
  • Paul Kreuger LB Utah
  • Cory Redding LB Texas
  • Keith "Salty" Chalmers DE Syracuse

John Mackey Award:     Best Tight End

  • Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
  • Coby Fleener TE Stanford
  • Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati
  • Randy McMichael TE Georgia
  • Always Open TE Syracuse

Lou Groza Award:       Best Placekicker

  • Russel Erxleben K Texas
  • Icick Good K Syracuse
  • Adam Keller K North Dakota State
  • Johnathan Rucker K Cincinnati
  • Caleb Sturgis K Florida
  • Jordan Williamson K Stanford

Johnny Rogers Jet Award:   Best Kick Returner

  • Jerome Bettis ND
  • Shamari Brooks Tulsa
  • Steven Petterson Texas A&M
  • Emmitt Smith Florida
  • James White IV Utah

Manster Award for Best Defensive Lineman

  • Keith "Salty" Chalmers DE Syracuse
  • Karlos Dansby DE Auburn
  • Kiki DeAyala DE Texas
  • Julius Peppers DE North Carolina
  • Michael Dean Perry DT Clemson


The actual final date to register and pay dues for the 2020 season  was 2/8/20.   Should a coach be interested in reserving a team for the upcoming 2021 MFBCS season, he may secure that unselected team by contacting the MFBCS Commisioner and pre-pay dues for the 2021 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.   Examples include the MAC, AAC, MWC and Ivy League conferences.


50$ to friends/family.  Dues submitted to reserve a team for the 2021 season are non-refundable. 

The MFBCS at this time is underway with 55 teams. 



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PAC 12 PAC 12 Coaches BIG 12 BIG 12 Coaches BIG 10 BIG 10 Coaches ACC ACC Coaches SEC SEC Coaches AAC AAC Coaches IVY IVY Coaches MWC MWC Coaches
1 Utah JC Davis UT Bob Owens Illinois Jimbo Dunagan Virginia Brian Puryear Auburn Doug Shanafelt UCF (2021) Open Princeton (2021) Open Utah State (2021) Open
2 BYU Tucker Davis OU Barry Stephenson Michigan Joe Allore Virginia Tech Paul Woody/Jasper Scott Georgia Rafiyq Mcdanul East Carolina (2021) Open Yale (2021) Open Wyoming (2021) Open
3 Washington Mike Beal OSU Pat Morris Ohio State Jeff Priest Syracuse Brian Phillips Alabama Reggie Edwards Houston (2021) Open Harvard (2021) Open Colorado State (2021) Open
4 USC Jeff Warren Tulsa Chris Chambers Hawaii Bobby Moore NC State Jami Taylor Tennessee John Carodine Memphis (2021) Open Cornell (2021) Open New Mexico (2021) Open
5 UCLA Marcelo Troilo SMU DeWonne McDaniels North Dakota State Tom Ruesink Air Force Stephen Toth Florida Pep Woods USF (2021) Open Columbia (2021) Open Nevada (2021) Open
6 Arizona State Tim Riley Texas Tech Curtis Kitchen Maryland Mark Kistner Cincinnati Darren Jahmani Texas A&M Paul Alvarez Temple (2021) Open Penn (2021) Open UNLV (2021) Open
7 San Jose State Charles Taylor Notre Dame John Rowan Purdue Frank Johnson Clemson Dearell Brevard Ole Miss Logan King Tulane (2021) Open Brown (2021) Open Boise State Currently in PAC 12
8 Washington State Daniel Kerrick Baylor Rick Cabell Wisconsin Ron Christianson North Carolina Jeff McCauley Arkansas Eric Loveless Wichita State (2021) Open Dartmouth* Currently in Big 10 Air Force Currently in ACC
9 Oregon Mert Perkins TCU (2021) Steven Gray. Nebraska Phillip Rawlings Pittsburgh Kevin Smith Vanderbilt (2021) Vince Stone Navy Open Hawai'i Currently in Big 10
10 Colorado Darren Hunter Kansas (2021) Colson McCullough Iowa Bryan Carter Howard Steve Brown Mizzou(2021) Reggie Edwards* Cincinnati* Currently in ACC San Diego State Currently in PAC 12
11 Cal Brandon Hardy Kansas State (2021) Billy Rodgers Dartmouth Norbert Revels Boston College (2021) Ed Boward. Alabama (2021) Don Hudson* Tulsa* Currently in Big 12 Fresno State Currently in PAC 12
12 Stanford Matt Riley West Virginia (2021) Open Northern Illinois Ty Williams Miami (2021) Joe Greco. LSU (2021) Open SMU* Currently in Big 12 San Jose State Currently in PAC 12
13 San Diego State Sam Warren Iowa State (2021) Mark Sheeter Penn State Monty Kendall Florida State (2021) Dearell Brevard Mississippi State (2021) Open
14 Arizona Isaac Cash Southwest Texas (2021) Stephen LeGrow. Michigan State (2021) Jim Davis Georgia Tech (2021) Steve Brown South Carolina (2021) Open
15 Boise State Leon Norris Indiana (2021) Open Duke (2021) Chris Stringer Kentucky (2021) Open
16 Fresno State Ajaj Patterson Rutgers (2021) Open Wake Forest (2021) Open
17 Oregon State (2021) Open Minnesota (2021) Mike Jones Louisville (2021) Glen Phoenix
18 Northwestern (2021) Kendall Palmer Clemson (2021) Darren Jahmani
19 Georgia Southern (2021) Darrian Ross
20 ARMY (2021) Vinny Mancini
21 NAVY (2021) John Wright

Bob Owens, M.D.

Miniature Football Bowl Championship Series Commissioner

Phone: 214-938-2487