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Players of the Game

Feb 18 - Jul 16

Jessica G

Multiple Scorgasms

Great TD catch.

Jacob S

Vicious and Delicious

Tenacious D

Kelly F

Hump Day Cuddles

“Caught it!!”

Kenneth W

cheeseburger

Fantastic pick

Neisha-Never Gave Up

Trayvon C

But a Blitz Ain't One

9 INTs and Comedic Relief

Thomas M

Alcoholics Anonymous

Best sub for Honey Badgers Potty Break

Chris E

Swear to drunk I'm not god

Great INT at end of half to set up crucial TD.

Jordan F

Alcoholics Anonymous

Unstoppable ankle breakin' moves

Players of the Week

Feb 18 - Jul 16

Colton Surcamp Esquire, The Third of His Name With a Head's Up Play.

Vicious and Delicious

Vicious and Delicious eked out a 1 point over Offense Only on Wednesday night. It was due, in no small part, to Colton Surcamp Esquire, The Third of His Name's head's up play near the end of the game. Down 7 points with a little over a minute to go, Colton caught a long pass that Offense Only was trying to allow him to score him on. Offense Only, living up to their name, wanted V&D to score so they could get the ball back with enough time on the clock to go down and score again. Colton wasn't having any of it. He took a knee allowing more time to come off the clock. V&D scored 2 plays later, and then got the 2-point conversion to put them up by a point with just 18 seconds to go. Chris Gonzalez, tried to get Offense Only into the end zone, but his final pass fell incomplete as V&D celebrated the win. Colton Surcamp Esquire, Third of his Name's head's up play was, no doubt, a big determinant in their win and, for this, he is this week's Player of the Week.

Devan Barkley

Topgolf

Thrust into the position with their starting quarterback/manager out of town on business, Devan Barkley of team Top Golf seized the opportunity with open arms in both of their games at Lewis & Clark today. Devan's ability to extend plays with his scrambling skils, vision downfield and willingness to share the rock with all his teammates was just what they needed today against Safety Blitzed and Roustabouts, two venerable teams well known throughout the Underdog universe. Superman came through big time today, leading his team to two victories and great position in the standings as the playoffs fastly approach. Congrats Devan on being Player of the Week!

Charles Cutler Throws His Body All Over the Field

Random Strangers III

The phrase "take it easy" is not in Charles Cutler's vocabulary. Being down big in the game was not a reason for Charles to phone in the 2nd half on Sunday at Griswold Stadium. On the contrary, Charles went all out leaping for a ball thrown over his head. He caught the ball for the touchdown with outstretched fingers landing flat on his back. He came up a little woozy but kept telling everyone he was fine. This all out effort, even as the game was out of reach, embodies the Underdog spirit. Congratulations Charles. You're this week's Player of the Week.

Sara Atkinson

X-Factor

The afternoon kicked off in fine fashion with a match-up between Tickle Fight Mafia and X-Factor, two new teams to Underdog this season both looking for a statement win on a sun-drenched field at Lewis & Clark. A slow start in the first half saw X-Factor trailing 22-7 at halftime, a lead felt by many to be too big to overcome in the 2nd half. An inspirational pep talk by their team captain and some amazing orange slices at halftime brought them back to life for 20 solid minutes in the 2nd half. The pride factor and Belichick-like defensive adjustment was on display right away, led by Sara Atkinson shouting defensive schemes and inspiring the rest of her team to dig deep. Trailing 22-20 with less then five minutes remaining, Sara made the play of the game with a stellar interception and game clinching return for a touchdown. Mobbed by her team after the play, Sara's joy and excitement could be felt throughout the stadium. Congrats Sara on being Underdog's Player of the Week!

Chris Blumthal

Lava Sharks

There always seems to be one of those "did that really just happen!" plays in an Underdog football season that leaves the players, refs and fans in awe of the flag football awesomeness that particular player displayed on the field. Chris Blumthal of Lava Sharks, a gentle giant whom most would assume by his stature made his home as an offensive lineman in high school, showcased his inner Odell Beckam Jr. stick 'em like hands and nifty footwork in their game against Cuddle Closet Redux. A pass that most thought would sail out of the endzone was snatched by Chris one-handed out of mid-air, secured to his body and held tight for a touchdown and he tumbled to the ground. Even though his team came up short on the scoreboard at the end of the game, both teams agreed this was one of those catches not seen too often on the hallowed ground of Griswold Stadium. Amazing catch Chris and congrats on being Player of the Week!

Allyn Thomas: Great QB, Great Sportsman

Swear to drunk I'm not god

Allyn Thomas had his typical great game on Sunday at Lewis & Clark. A lot of passing yards, a lot of rushing yards, a lot of all-purpose TDs, great leadership. He also is one of the best sportsmen out there as well. Whether it is purposefully not snapping the ball after a change of possession to allow the defense to get set, correcting the down distance gender (when it's not in his team's interest to do so), or just being genuinely nice to the other team, Allyn just loves to play and play fairly and with respect. He is a pleasure to have on the fields and for this he is this week's Player of the Week.

Lindsay Randall is the Best Ro-Sham-Bo'er in the West

But a Blitz Ain't One

It's a tense moment in the game. Who will get the ball first? Who will wait until the second half? The 2 combatants walk to the center of the field as a crowd gathers. They look into each other's eyes with a cold stare. There's a deafening silence. A bead of sweat drips down one of the combatants brow. You can cut the tension with a knife. This is Lindsay Randall's office. Quick on the draw & accurate on the call Lindsay sleighs the other team's representative each and every Sunday in this faithful moment. Her team always gains the advantage of taking the ball in the second half. Dare I say, she is the Queen of Ro-Sham-Bo. All hail her majesty, Lindsay Randall! You're this Week's Player of the Week!

Sarah Chizum: Had to be the Shades

Ducks Fly Together

Sarah Chizum is a star. You can tell because she wears sunglasses all the time... even on the football field. Was it the shades that allowed her to haul in several receptions including a long pass play looking directly into the sun with a defender right in her face on Sunday at Lewis & Clark during Ducks Fly Together's 26-20 win over Puff, Pass, & Kick? According to Puff, Pass, & Kick it was. The legality of the sunglasses was brought into question, but ultimately the referees decided that it was Sarah's superior skill and not some performance enhancing glasses that made the difference. Congratulations Sarah! You are this week's Player of the Week!

Jackie Liddell

Jackie Fully Deserves Player of the Week

Jackie definitely deserved Player of the Week on Sunday at Lewis & Clark. I even wrote her name in my book. I can't, however, remember why for the life of me. Instead of making something up with the possibility of being wrong, I'll just say she did great and fully deserves the award. Way to go Jackie... you're this Week's Player of the Week! : )

Gregger Highberg Played Out of his Shoe

Dat Utter Team

Greggor Highberg played so hard, he played right out of his shoe. During Week 2's game on Sunday at Lewis & Clark, Dat Utter Team looked to be in trouble. Down 12-0 and with a heavy snow falling, things looked bleak for the Battling Bovines. That's when Gregger Highberg put his foot down... literally. He broke his shoe and his foot was coming out of it. With no tape to repair it the only choice was to play it out... with a foot hanging out of his shoe... in the snow. He had a crucial INT in the first half that started to turn things around for Dat Utter Team and his inspiration to his team for battling through the hardship spurred Dat Utter Team to 32 unanswered points and a 32-12 win. Triumph over adversity is what the Underdog spirit is all about and, for this reason, Gregger Highberg is our Week 2 Player of the Week.

 

Fall Co-ed Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Sundays

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  • Sport: Flag Football
  • Format: Co-ed 8's (5 men and 3 women) - Rosters Up to 14 Players
  • Locations: Lewis and Clark College
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, September 9
 

Fall Gentlemen's Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Sundays

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  • Sport: Flag Football
  • Format: 7 on 7 Non-Contact - Rosters Up to 12 Players
  • Locations: Lewis and Clark College
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, September 9
 

Late Fall Co-ed Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Sundays

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  • Sport: Flag Football
  • Format: Co-ed 8's (5 men and 3 women) - Rosters Up to 14 Players
  • Locations: Lewis and Clark College
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, November 4
 

Late Fall Gentlemen's Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Sundays

Learn More
  • Sport: Flag Football
  • Format: 7 on 7 Non-Contact - Rosters Up to 12 Players
  • Locations: Lewis and Clark College
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, November 4
 
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