HP Fantasy Challenge, Week 7 Results

Sorry for the delay in getting this up!  Week 7 is in the books and team Anderson still leads, but there are several teams still in the thick of it. 

The HP Fantasy Challenge Leader Board, Week 7


Brother Uriti–182

Herschel for Heisman–177

Taco Shop–177


Gator Glory–174

Pryor Domination–174


Carbon Crush–160

Kibbles and Vicks–159

See the rest of the leaderboard after the jump…

Adam Nettina’s Awesome Team–157

Fantasy College Blitz–154



The Warlords–149

Gator Greats–146

Broshon Moreno–146

Damn Good Dawgs–144

Drew Howard 2–143

Robdondo Beach–140


Hoboken Mountaineer–134

Ratt Mozee–132

The Termigators–132

Into The Wild–131

My Dog Barkley–130

Colt’s Boys–130

Whams, Bams, Thank You Jams–130


Jake the Snake–124

Bruin Coffee–124

Misses Tebow–124

Bugsy Molly–123

Willo Benno–123

Crazy Trojan–122



CPA-CFB Guru–113

Rodriguez’s Tears–111

Night Hawk–111

Swamp Nugget–111

Zax Maniacs–107

John St.–106

Trojan Tea–99

Gator Vet–93

Drew Howard–91

Buckeye Fever–89

Double Gator–85

Fighting Pugs–81



Sexy Gators–41

Texas Fight!–25

Fighting Gamecocks–21

Cumulative Player Scores

Jacquizz Rodgers–172

Daryll Clark–141

Noel Devine–140

Jahvid Best–139

Tim Tebow–128

Terrelle Pryor–128

Colt McCoy–108

C.J. Spiller–103

Jevan Snead–84

Dez Bryant–63

Sam Bradford–29

Kendall Hunter–15

Top Wildcard of the Week:  Colin Kaepernick, 28 points

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2 Responses to HP Fantasy Challenge, Week 7 Results

  1. Jams October 21, 2009 at 2:22 pm #

    I know this is asking a lot, but would it be possible to see what players each team has played each week? I’m really curious to see how the other teams got all those points. Surely there’s a spreadsheet around with all of that on it, right? Would it be possible to post that somewhere?

  2. Anonymous October 27, 2009 at 10:58 am #

    agreed, would love to see that