SCC FFL Current Standings – Challenge #3 Point Distribution

They’re back!  Karen Russo’s sports marketing class at Hinsdale Central HS in Illinois has overtaken Nicole Rusch’s class at Pine Island HS in Minnesota for first place in SCC’s fantasy football sports marketing challenge.  Thanks to a fantastic response to the third sports marketing challenge (community relations), the Omaha Outlaws front office is in great position to defend last year’s championship.

The San Antonio Roughriders, managed by Carolyn Province’s class at Grapevine HS in Texas, currently sits in third place while Andy Rucker’s class at Vista Murrieta HS in California (Honolulu Surf) enjoyed a big surge, jumping from 9th place to 4th.

Overall, ALL of our participating schools have done a fantastic job with this project thus far. The responses to our sports marketing challenges have been incredibly impressive and the league office is looking forward to seeing what the students come up with for the remaining challenges! Follow along via our blog (or @sportsbized on Twitter) for updates as the season rolls along and be sure to encourage and support those schools in your local area!

Points have been distributed for each team’s response to the community relations component of this competition (sports marketing challenge #3). Updated standings are below as well as a few individual “shout outs” for particularly creative and unique community relations strategies…keep up the great work everyone! Continue reading

SCC FFL Current Standings – Challenge #2 Point Distribution

Congrats to the students in Nicole Rusch’s class at Pine Island HS in Minnesota for maintaining their spot in first place in SCC’s fantasy football sports marketing competition. Thanks to another fantastic response to the sports marketing challenges (they received the second highest score for the branding challenge), the Orlando Ducks front office enjoys an 11-point cushion over the second place team as we head into the weekend’s games.

Jason Koch’s class at Carl Sandburg High School in Illinois (the “London Guards”) remains in second place while Karen Russo’s class at Hinsdale Central in Illinois (the “Omaha Outlaws”) made a big jump to claim the third place spot. The Outlaws earned the highest score for their response to the second sports marketing challenge (branding), enabling them to move up ten spots in the standings as they make a push to defend last year’s championship.

Overall, ALL of our participating schools have done a fantastic job with this project thus far. The responses to our sports marketing challenges have been incredibly impressive and the league office is looking forward to seeing what the students come up with for the remaining challenges! Follow along via our blog (or @sportsbized on Twitter) for updates as the season rolls along and be sure to encourage and support those schools in your local area!

Points have been distributed for each team’s response to the branding component of this competition (sports marketing challenge #2). Updated standings are below as well as a few individual “shout outs” for particularly creative, unique and strategic franchise branding ideas…keep up the great work everyone! Continue reading