Coming into the final round of pool play, there was a chance for a four-way tie for second. If Bravo beat Truck Stop and Jam beat Sub Zero and Revolver beat the Condors, the second Finals team would be decided by point differential. But if that were to be the case, Truck Stop would have a huge advantage with their lopsided victory over Jam putting them over the top. Jam would need to win big to make it back to the showcase fields.
Or if Sub Zero were to simply win, they would hold the second best record in the tournament and get an automatic bid to the finals. Too bad their legs couldn't sustain them. Sub Zero looked ragged by the seventh round of the tournament. Even against a team like Jam who made a habit all weekend of dropping the disc and throwing it away, Sub Zero was never really in this game. Jam won 13-8. But their margin of victory would not be quite large enough to push them into the Finals.
Truck Stop would meet Johnny Bravo twice in a row, no matter the outcome of their seventh round pool play game. Luckily for Truck Stop they would get a second chance. Bravo jumped out to a 5-0 lead, with their defense smothering the tight and tentative Truck Stop offense. In the second half Bravo kept pouring on the pressure and finished off their Finals opponent 13-6.
On the far field, the two teams who epitomized the up-and-down nature of the weekend battled for pride. The game stayed close the whole way. The three other games had already finished when another lightning delay took the teams off the field. When play resumed almost an hour later, the finals were starting, and the Condors and Revolver were left playing off in the distance. Revolver pulled off another one-point victory, 13-12.