The 2015 NASOMA regular season wraps up tomorrow, and there's still some post season spots up in the air. The SuperGoofs have clinched a wild card spot.
The Inmates and Rhinos square off for their final 7 games.
If the Inmates win 5 or more, they get the #2 seed and a 1st round bye.
If the Inmates win 4, they tie the Zaps for the #2 seed.
If the win 3, they are the #3 seed.
If they win 2, they tie the Snakes for seed #3.
If they win 1 or none, they will be the #4 seed.
If the Zaps and Inmates tie, the two of them would play a 1-game playoff to decide which one is seed #2 (and gets a bye). The Zaps would be the home team based on a 6-4 season record against the Inmates.
If the Sidewinders and Inmates tie, there would be no game. The Inmates would be the #3 seed and the Snakes #4 due to the Inmates taking the season series 7-3.
The Fungoes and Wahoos play their last 10 tomorrow.
If the Fungoes win 7 or more, they are the #5 seed and the Goofs are #6.
If the Fungoes win 6, they and the Goofs tie for seeds #5 and #6.
If the Fungoes win 5, they and the Tweeners tie for seed #6, and the Goofs are #5
If the Fungoes win 3 or 4, the Goofs are #5 and the Tweeners are #6, and the Fungoes are out
If the Fungoes win 2, the Wahoos and Tweeners are tied for seed #6 (with the Goofs #5)
If the Fungoes win 1, the Wahoos and Goofs tie for seeds #5 and #6.
If the Fungoes win 0, the Wahoos are seed #5, and the Goofs are seed #6
A tie between the Goofs and Fungoes would not require a 1-game playoff. The Fungoes would be seed #5 and the Goofs #6 based on the Fungoes going 6-4 vs the Goofs this year.
A tie between the Fungoes and Tweeners would be for the #6 seed and would require a 1-game playoff. The two teams went 5-5 this year, so the next tie-breaker consideration is intra-division games, and the Fungoes would be the home team based on a 25-17 record in his division. (The Tweeners wint 19-23 in his division games.)
A tie between the Wahoos and Tweeners would also require a 1-game playoff. The Wahoos would be the home team based on their 6-4 record against the Tweeners.
A tie between the Wahoos and Goofs would not require a 1-game playoff. The two teams went 5-5 and both had 23-19 division records, so I assume a coin toss would determine which team was seed #5 and which team was seed #6.
Let the dice roll!