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Devin Flawd, PA

2005 Champion

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Event History
1993    Kurt Litscher      16
1994    Mark Potter      16
1995    Mark Potter      16
1996    Harry Flawd      19
1997    Harry Flawd      15
1998    John Ellmann      16
1999    Harry Flawd     20
2000    Harry Flawd     30
2001    Devin Flawd     20
2002     Bill O'Neal     28
2003     Harry Flawd      42
2004     Harry Flawd      38
2005     Devin Flawd      38


Rank  Name              From  Last  Total
  1.  Harry Flawd        PA    05    126
  2.  Devin Flawd        PA    04    107
  3.  Bill O'Neal        NY    02     48
  4.  John Ellmann       MD    01     22
  5.  Barry SHoults      MI    05     18
  6.  Dave Buchbinder    PA    03     18
  7.  Ray Stakenas II    MI    03     18
  8.  Derek Landel       NJ    02     16
  9.  Dan Dolan Jr       NJ    05     15
 10.  Bill Place         PA    05     13
 11.  Jason Levine       NY    03      8
 12.  Chad Gormly        MA    05      6
 13.  Pete Putnam        PA    04      6
 14.  Greg Barry         VA    01      6
 15.  Michael Cook       VA    01      4
 16.  Jeff Finkeldey     OH    04      3
 17.  Dennis Nicholson   NY    03      3
 18.  Bruno PassacantandoCT    02      2
 19.  Bruce Reiff        OH    00      2


2005 Laurelists

Barry Shoults, MI

Harry Flawd, PA

Bill Place, PA

Chad Gormly, MA

Dan Dolan Jr

Past Winners

Kurt Litscher, WI

Mark Potter, PA

Harry Flawd, PA
'96-97, '99-00, '03-04

John Ellmann, MD

Devin Flawd, PA

Bill O'Neal, NY

Beating the Spread ...

The Paydirt 2005 tournament showcased 38 coaches vying for the coveted trophy. In the AFC heat, Barry Shoults took his Tennessee team thru the roughest road in the tourney, defeating three former champs, Bill O,Neill, Harry and Devin Flawd to claim his spot in the Super Bowl. The highlight was a 50-6 massacre of Harry's San Diego team that left Harry mumbling to himself the rest of the evening.

In the NFC, it came down once again (Surprise!) to the Flawd congregation to see who would face the Titans in the title game. Devin took his Seahawks and started with an 8 point lead, lost that, but kicked two FG's in the 4th quarter to defeat Harry's Eagles 28-26. That setu the stage for Devin to exact some revenge for the AFC title game where he had lost 27-18 with his Broncos.

The Titans took the lead via the point spread by four points, and added an early TD for an 11-0 lead. The turning point then came late in the 2nd quarter, when Barry decided to accept a penalty against Devin from the Titan 10 on a 2 yard loss that would have made it 4th down and a FG try. He backed up the Seahawks, but with an extra down, Seattle scored a TD to close to 11-7. Tennessee kicked two FG's to take a 17-7 lead into the half. Seattle then held the 2nd half KO for almost six minutes on a scoring drive, then got a turnover, kicked a FG, and knotted the score at 17. In the 4th quarter, Tennessee threw an interception after a holding penalty had wiped out a16 yard gain for a first down. Seattle used that break to drive for the game-winning TD on a 7-yard run by Shaun Alexander and his second Paydirt title. Son has the upper hand, dad has to focus in the offseason to get back on top.

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