SCC FFL Current Standings – Challenge #3 Point Distribution

Halfway through our annual fantasy football sports marketing competition and we have quite a few schools that are starting to gain some separation in the standings.  However, the students in Bob Kelly’s class at Waverly High in New York don’t appear to be willing to relinquish their place atop the standings as they maintain their lead and remain in first place in our fantasy football sports marketing competition.  The Louisville Rebels’ front office staff had one of the highest point total for their response to our third sports marketing challenge on PR / community relations planning.

Kim Radford’s class at Blacksburg High in Virginia (“Portland Outlaws”) moved up one spot to second place while Nicole Rusch’s class at Pine Island High School in Minnesota (“Louisville Lighting”) moved into a close third.  Watch out for Lee Geffert’s class at Richardson High School in Texas (“Hawaiian Great Whites”) though…thanks to an awesome response to the third sports marketing challenge, they jumped six spots in the standings to fourth place!

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SCC FFL Current Standings – Challenge #2 Point Distribution

Congrats to the students in Bob Kelly’s class at Waverly High in New York for maintaining their lead and remaining in first place in our fantasy football sports marketing competition.  The Louisville Rebels’ front office staff received the highest point total for their response to our second sports marketing challenge on branding.  The Rebels might be the team to beat this year, but there are a lot of schools closing the gap so it will be an exciting year to be sure.

Richele Falloon’s class at Montgomery County High School in Missouri (the “Mississippi Mudcats”) vaults into second place while Kim Radford’s students at Blacksburg High in Virginia remain in a very close third.   Continue reading