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IFL Playoff Scenarios

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       Heading into the final week of the regular season here are the current team standings and possible postseason match-ups.  Please note that most of this is subject to change depending on the outcomes of the games in the final week of the regular season.  The 12 teams that have qualified for the playoffs are finalized, all that remains to be decided are the seeds of the teams.  I have tried my best to go over all the possible situations but again, there is a lot of uncertainty heading into the final week.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  Thanks. 
 
United Conference (As of today)
1.       Sioux Falls Storm (13-0)
a.       Clinched home field advantage throughout the entire playoffs
2.       Green Bay Blizzard (10-3)
a.       Will clinch #2 seed and the Great Lakes Division with a win over Chicago this weekend or a Bloomington loss this weekend
b.      A loss this weekend and a Bloomington win will result in the opponents win percentage tie-breaker deciding the #2 seed (Currently, BLO=47.9%, GB=47%)
3.       Reading Express (8-5)
a.       Clinched the Atlantic Division and #3 seed
4.       Bloomington Express (9-4)
a.       Will clinch #4 seed at a minimum with a win over Wichita this weekend
b.      A loss this weekend and a win by either Omaha or Chicago will result in the opponents win percentage tie-breaker deciding the #4 seed (Currently, BLO=47.9%, OMA=52%, CHI=55.2%) 
5.       Omaha Beef (8-5)
a.       Holds tie-breaker over Chicago (head to head)
b.      Will clinch #5 seed at a minimum with a win over Sioux Falls this weekend
6.       Chicago Slaughter (8-5)
a.       Needs a win this weekend over Green Bay and a loss by Bloomington or Omaha in order to have a shot at improving their seed
 
Current First Round Playoff Match-ups: Subject to change
·         Sioux Falls Storm: Bye, will host lowest remaining seed in 2nd Round
·         Green Bay Blizzard: Bye, will host highest remaining seed in 2nd Round
·         #6 Chicago Slaughter at #3 Reading Express: Saturday June 18th
·         #5 Omaha Beef at #4 Bloomington Extreme: Saturday June 18th
 
Intense Conference (As of today)
1.       Colorado Ice (10-3)
a.       Has clinched the Mountain West Division
b.      Will clinch #1 seed in the Intense Conference with a win over Arizona this weekend
c.       A loss this weekend will result in opponents win percentage tie-breaker deciding the #1 seed, multiple scenarios are possible.
2.       Fairbanks Grizzlies (10-4)
a.       Has clinched the Pacific Division
b.      Holds tie-breaker over Allen and Tri-Cities (head to head)
3.       Allen Wranglers (9-4)
a.       A win this weekend over Bricktown or a West Texas loss results in Allen clinching the Lonestar Division
b.      Holds tie-breaker over West Texas and Colorado (head to head)
4.       Tri-Cities Fever (9-4)
a.       Currently hold opponents win percentage tie-breaker over West Texas (TRI=45%, WTX=36%)
b.      A win this weekend over Seattle pretty much guarantees them the #4 seed
5.       West Texas Roughnecks (9-4)
a.       Will clinch #5 seed at a minimum with a  win over Amarillo this weekend
b.      A win this weekend over Amarillo and a loss by Allen results in West Texas clinching the Lonestar Division
c.       A win this weekend and a loss by Tri-Cities results in West Texas clinching the #4 seed at a minimum
6.       Wyoming Cavalry (8-5)
a.       Needs a win this weekend over Nebraska and losses by Tri-Cities and/or West Texas in order to have a shot at improving their seed
 
Current First Round Playoff Match-ups: Subject to change
·         Colorado Ice: Bye, will host lowest remaining seed in 2nd Round
·         Fairbanks Grizzlies: Bye, will host highest remaining seed in 2nd Round
·         #6 Wyoming Cavalry at #3 Allen Wranglers: Sunday June 19th
·         #5 West Texas Roughnecks at #4 Tri-Cities Fever: Monday June 20th

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