Contest is closed.
Contests from ESPN, Fox, and Yahoo! are on College Football Links.
Object of the Contest: Pick the winners of the 2012-2013 college football
bowl games. The player that makes the most
correct picks wins the contest. The betting line ("spread") is for informational
purposes only; all that matters is which teams win the game in order to be a correct pick.
Entry is free, but one entry per person please.
Limit of 1 player per email address.
Attention: Although you are required to
add your first and last name to register, you can add any fictitious name if you want (we don't need your real name).
Sign-up ends at the start of the New Mexico Bowl on
December 15, 2012. No late sign-up. The contest is limited to the first 500 players.
All 35 bowl games
count in the contest.
Go here to enter:
Prizes: Players that finish in the Final
Top 10 (including final game score tie-breaker) are eligible to
win a T-shirt.
T-shirts will be mailed to addresses within the United States
and Canada only. T-Shirt prizes must be claimed by e-mail by February 9, 2013.
One Picksheet Limit: One entry per person and limit of one player per email address.
Submitting multiple picksheets using multiple Login IDs is not allowed and may result
in all of your picksheets being disqualified.
Deadline for Editing Picksheets: Once you have added a new picksheet,
you can change your picks as many times as you like prior to the deadline.
The deadline for making changes to a picksheet is December 15, 2012. Picks must be
completed (all games) by the first game or sheet will be deleted.
No objectionable names: We reserve the right to delete objectionable or inflammatory
No screen names involving politics or religion please.
Please report objectionable screen names by e-mail. Offending players entries will be deleted without notice to the player.
Special Circumstances: Due to the nature of the internet, the contest website
may not be available at all times. It may be especially difficult to connect to the
website as the contest deadline nears due to high traffic volume. Therefore, you are encouraged
to complete your picksheet as early as possible (remember, you can modify the picksheet
as many times as you want before contest deadline). Neither the website administrator
nor the sponsor is responsible for website malfunction.
Supplemental rules are here.
The SPL is not affiliated with, nor endorsed
by the NCAA.