After 13 weeks, the playoffs are here. In the final week, Duffy took the number one seed for the first time this season. In the playoffs are two two-time champions (Bruesch and Cliburn) and four who have yet to win the Harrington Trophy. They are: Cobb; Duffy; Finch; and Leal.
Just missing the playoffs was Jessen, who finished with the same 7-6 record that Cliburn and Cobb share, but with considerably fewer points.
Henderson once again started out in a big hole and got hot late, but it was too late. He finished 6-7 with the second most points in the league.
Morgan was primed for a run in the playoffs, but he lost his last three, including a shellacking during Rivalry Week by Leal. He will have to wait another year to try and win a second championship.
Cliburn lost to every team in the playoffs. If he is going to win the championship, he'll have to avenge three losses in the process.
Pyle had the worst luck of his eight year OIL career. Rogers had the most difficult schedule by far. Schmidt did a good job with autopick dealt him.