I'll do this one thing at a time-
Team Buzz only lost because it was the most popular disc choice. There needs to be a equal match up between teams. If team Roc can only come up with 11 players then just use the top 11 scores on Team Buzz.
You can't ignore the worst Buzzz throwers without ignoring the worst Roc throwers as well, wouldn't be fair. Instead you have to use either the standard deviation (which takes a lot of math, and Erik should have that data posted soon), or you simply take a certain percentage of each team. Drop, say, the bottom 20% from each team. Then you'd drop the bottom 2 players from team Roc, and the bottom 4 from team Buzzz.
After doing that, team Roc averages 123 exactly, and team Buzzz's average was 125 exactly.
There was also one player that finished ahead of me who thought 4 was the max score you could take on one hole and I saw him get at a 7 on one hole. Maybe that rule was only for Team Roc members.
The rule was that the maximum round score was 72, which was to eliminate extreme outliers. That does break down to 4 shots per hole, but it wasn't mean to be used on each hole, it was meant to be used for the round in it's entirety. If someone interpreted it that way, that was their mistake.