|Posted by ultimatefbexperience on January 31, 2011 at 10:17 PM|
The conclusion of the 2010 season marks the seventh year of the UFE league's existence, and with that, some interesting team won-loss milestones deserve recognition.
- New Jersey's perfect 16-0 record marks only the second time in league history that feat has been accomplished. Lenox Hill was perfect in 2006, capping their season with the UFE Bowl III trophy.
- Two teams whose owners have been around since the beginning won their first division titles this year. Rural Hall has posted winning records the last five seasons but 2010 was the first time they finished in first place, doing so with an impressive 15-1 record. Meanwhile, the Canton Bulldogs represent the epitome of persistence, having finished in 2nd place five times in the previous six years of the league's existence. This year they finally made it to the top.
- The Lenox Hill Hitmen deserve all of the recognition they have received over the years. Three titles and only ten regular season losses in six seasons. They certainly qualify as a UFE dynasty. So in no way do I intend any disparagement by noting that, despite their 10-6 record this year, this is the first season in UFE history that the Hitmen were not in the playoffs.
- Two teams have developed divisional dynasties: The Fog City Seadogs have now won three straight AFC Central division titles. And the BB Bombers, while given a run for their money this season by San Pedro, have now won four straight NFC West crowns.