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SuperContest Competition Getting Fierce Heading into Last Six Weeks

The most competitive SuperContest in years is preparing for the final stretch with Thanksgiving games nearly upon us. Less than five points separates first place from 102nd among the record field of 1,854 contestants overall. The top 50 places will be paid out by the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook at the end of the 17-week NFL season.

For Team OddsShark, the battle for their title has never been closer either, with only three points separating first place from 11th in the group standings. Of the 24 team members, 12 enjoyed winning performances in Week 11, including a pair who went 5-0. Frank Schwab is one of them and made the biggest jump in the standings, going from tied for 13th to tied for seventh. Schwab’s remarkable rise back to the .500 mark has seen him go 15-5 the past four weeks following a very rough start. Meanwhile, Gustavo Villani also moved up the standings into a tie for 18th thanks to his perfect week.

Villani is a reporter for ESPN Brazil, and he and fellow co-worker Paulo Antunes (4-0-1) combined for a 9-0-1 record in Week 11. Antunes is tied with Schwab for seventh and had the second-best record among group members followed by Matt Ufford, Dan Lyons and Randall the Handle, who all went 4-1. Dan Katz, Ryan Fowler and the OddsShark Super Computer also turned in impressive winning marks at 3-1-1. Ufford has moved into a tie for second in the Team OddsShark standings with former leader Nick Kostos.

Kostos continued his recent skid by going 1-3-1, falling to 16-21-3 over the last eight weeks. But the CBS Sports host saw his fellow co-worker Pete Prisco go 0-5 to drop from 10th to 21st in the group. Current team leader Anthony Riccobono went 2-3 yet still gained ground on Kostos, who placed fourth in the group a year ago. However, the top two members for Team OddsShark in 2015 have really struggled and reside in the group cellar. David Fucillo won the group last year but sits in 24th place while Joe Ostrowski finished second and fell into 23rd with his third straight losing week.

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