2014 OUA Football Tiebreak Scenerios

2014 OUA Football Tiebreak Scenerios

First Place Tiebreak Scenario

There is one possible scenario for the 1st OVERALL position between McMaster & Guelph:

ONE:
 If McMaster loses to Ottawa, and Guelph defeats Laurier then both teams will be tied at 7-1. McMaster would be the #1 seed as they defeated Guelph in the regular season.


Second Overall Tiebreak Scenarios

There are two possible scenarios for the second OVERALL position between Guelph, Western & Windsor.

ONE: If Guelph loses to Laurier, and Western defeats Windsor then both teams would be tied at 6-2. Guelph would be the #2 seed as they defeated Western in the regular season.

TWO:
 If Guelph loses to Laurier, and Windsor defeats Western then both teams would be tied at 6-2. Guelph would be the #2 seed as they defeated Windsor in the regular season.

Third Place Scenarios


ONE:
 The winner of the Western/Windsor game will finish 3rd.

Fourth - Seventh Place Scenarios

These are possible scenarios for fourth-seventh placing involving Western, Windsor, Laurier, Carleton and Ottawa.

ONE:
 If Western, Laurier, Carleton & Ottawa all lose then Western (5-3) would finish fourth, Carleton (4-4) would finish fifth (record against common opponents), Laurier (4-4) would finish sixth (record against common opponents) and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.

TWO:
 If Laurier wins and Western, Carleton & Ottawa all lose then Western (5-3) would finish fourth (head to head), Laurier (5-3) would finish fifth, Carleton (4-4) would finish sixth (head to head) and Ottawa would finish seventh.
 
THREE: If Carleton wins and Western, Laurier & Ottawa all lose then Carleton (5-3) would finish fourth (record against other teams in the division, starting at the top of the standings), Western (5-3) would finish fifth, Laurier would finish sixth (record against other teams in the division, starting at the top of the standings) and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.
 

FOUR: If Ottawa wins and Laurier, Carleton & Western all lose then Ottawa (5-3) would finish fourth (record against other teams in the division, starting at the top of the standings), Western (5-3) would finish fifth, Laurier (4-4) would finish sixth (head to head) and Carleton (4-4) would finish seventh.

FIVE: If Laurier, Carleton, Ottawa, & Windsor all lose then Windsor (5-3) would finish fourth, Carleton (4-4) would finish fifth (record against common opponents), Laurier (4-4) would finish sixth (record against opponents in division, starting at the top of the standings) and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.

SIX: If Ottawa wins, and Laurier, Carleton and Windsor lose then Windsor (5-3) would finish fourth (head to head), Ottawa (5-3) would finish fifth, Laurier (4-4) would finish sixth (head to head) and Carleton would finish seventh.
 
SEVEN: If Carleton wins and Laurier, Ottawa, and Windsor lose then Carleton (5-3) would finish fourth (head to head), Windsor (5-3) would finish fifth, Laurier (4-4) would finish sixth (head to head) and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.
 
EIGHT: If Carleton and Ottawa win, and Laurier and Western lose then Western (4-4) would finish sixth (lower record against common opponents), Carleton (5-3) would finish fourth (head to head against Ottawa), Ottawa (5-3) would finish fifth and Laurier (4-4) would finish seventh.

NINE:
 If Carleton and Ottawa win, and Laurier and Windsor lose then Carleton (5-3) would finish fourth (head to head), Windsor (5-3) would finish fifth (head to head over Ottawa), Ottawa (5-3) would finish sixth and Laurier (4-4) would finish seventh.
 
TEN: If Laurier wins and Carleton, Ottawa and Windsor lose then Windsor (5-3) would finish fourth (head to head), Laurier (5-3) would finish fifth, Carleton (4-4) would finish sixth (head to head) and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.
 
ELEVEN: If Laurier and Ottawa win, and Carleton and Western lose then Western (5-3) would finish sixth (record against common opponents), Ottawa (5-3) would finish fourth (record against teams in division, beginning at top of standings), Laurier (5-3) would finish fifth and Carleton (4-4) would finish seventh.
 
TWELVE: If Laurier and Ottawa win, and Carleton and Windsor lose then Laurier (5-3) would finish fourth (record against common opponents), Windsor (5-3) would finish fifth (head to head), Ottawa (5-3) would finish sixth and Carleton (4-4) would finish seventh.

THIRTEEN:
 If Laurier and Carleton win, and Ottawa and Windsor lose then Laurier (5-3) would finish fourth (point difference in head to head competition), Carleton (5-3) would finish fifth (head
to head against Windsor), Windsor (5-3) would finish sixth and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.

FOURTEEN:
 If Laurier and Carleton win, and Ottawa and Western lose then Western (5-3) would finish fourth (point difference in games within the division), Laurier (5-3) would finish fifth (head to head against Carleton), Carleton (5-3) would finish sixth and Ottawa (4-4) would finish seventh.

FIFTEEN:
 If Laurier, Carleton, and Ottawa win and Western loses then the four way tie would be broken by record against common opponents. Ottawa (5-3) would finish fourth (record against other teams in the division, starting at the top of the standings) and Laurier (5-3) would finish fifth, Western (5-3) would finish sixth (record against common opponents) and Carleton (5-3) would finish seventh.

SIXTEEN:
 If Laurier, Carleton and Ottawa win and Windsor loses then the four way tie would be broken by record against common opponents. Laurier (5-3) would finish fourth (record against common opponents), Carleton (5-3) would finish fifth (head to head against Windsor and Ottawa), Windsor (5-3) would finish sixth (head to head against Ottawa) and Ottawa (5-3) would finish seventh.