That's a good question. The rules aren't real clear on what happens if everyone loses in the final week. They just say the last player standing wins.
Here's my best interpretation of the rules: Everyone making a pick in the final week is still standing, and everyone that isn't has been eliminated. If every pick loses in the final week, the winner will be determined by the total point tiebreaker for that week. That's probably the fairest solution since the players picking in the final week survived the longest.
Congrats on a good year. Purdue killed a lot of survival pool dreams this year with their upsets of Iowa and Michigan State. I screwed up by picking Oklahoma too early, but I didn't want to end up having to pick them in Bedlam. There's a lot of luck involved in this game. It's always fun though.
Glad OU lost - I hated to pick them. I had Georgia left, and I was concerned about OU losing one or two of these last three games. What a weekend! The deserting land thieves and Texass lose and OSU dominates.
Seems there are now just four left and they all have Georgia as the only team remaining so next week the tiebreaker will determine the winner as Georgia play Charleston Southern. This was a strange year as seems Tulsa loss knocked out half of the pool the first week. See you all next year.
Three have Georgia left to pick next week:
Georgia plays at home against FCS Charleston Southern. Not sure what tiebreaker is as not specified in the rules so we could have a three way tie unless it is assumed tiebreaker is total score combined for both teams.