|Bowl||Date-TV||Team One||Team Two|
|Charlotte (7–5)||Buffalo (7–5)|
|Kent State (6–6)||Utah State (7–5)|
|Alcorn State (9-3)||North Carolina A&T (8-3)|
|New Mexico Bowl|
|Central Michigan (8–5)||San Diego State (9–3)|
|Liberty (7–5)||Georgia Southern (7–5)|
|Boca Raton Bowl|
|Florida Atlantic (10–3)||SMU (10–2)|
|FIU (6–6)||Arkansas State (7–5)|
|Las Vegas Bowl|
|Washington (7–5)||Boise State (19) (12–1)|
|New Orleans Bowl|
|UAB (9–4)||Appalachian State (20) (12–1)|
|Marshall (8–4)||UCF (9–3)|
|BYU (7–5)||Hawaii (9–5)|
|Louisiana Tech (9–3)||Miami (FL) (6–6)|
|Quick Lane Bowl|
|Eastern Michigan (6–6)||Pittsburgh (7–5)|
|Temple (8–4)||North Carolina (6–6)|
|Michigan State (6–6)||Wake Forest (8–4)|
|Oklahoma State (25)(8–4)||Texas A&M (7–5)|
|Iowa Hawkeyes (16) (9–3)||USC (22) (8–4)|
|Cheez It Bowl|
|Air Force (10–2)||Washington State (6–6)|
|Memphis (17) (12–1)||Penn State (10) (10–2)|
|Camping World Bowl|
|Iowa State (7–5)||Notre Dame (15) (10–2)|
|LSU (1) (13–0)||Oklahoma (4) (12–1)|
|Ohio State (2) (13–0)||Clemson (3) (13–0)|
|First Responder Bowl|
|Western Michigan (7–5)||Western Kentucky (8–4)|
|Music City Bowl|
|Mississippi State (6–6)||Louisville (7–5)|
|Illinois (6–6)||California (7–5)|
Miami Gardens, FL
|Florida (9) (10–2)||Virginia (24) (9–4)|
|Kentucky (7–5)||Virginia Tech (8–4)|
|Arizona State (7–5)||Florida State (6–6)|
|Navy (23) (10–2)||Kansas State (8–4)|
|Wyoming (7–5)||Georgia State (7–5)|
|Texas (7–5)||Utah (11) (11–2)|
|Minnesota (18) (10–2)||Auburn (12) (9–3)|
|Michigan (14) (9–3)||Alabama (13) (10–2)|
|Oregon (6) (11–2)||Wisconsin (8) (10–3)|
|Georgia (5) (11–2)||Baylor (7) (11–2)|
|Boston College (6–6)||Cincinnati (21) (10–3)|
|Tennessee (7–5)||Indiana (8–4)|
|Ohio (6–6)||Nevada (7–5)|
|Armed Forces Bowl|
|Tulane (6–6)||Southern Miss (7–5)|
|Miami (Ohio) (8–5)||La.-Lafayette (10–3)|
|CFP National Championship|
|Peach Winner||Fiesta Winner|
In this contest, VHTRC members pick the winners of 16 college and four NFL games each week. The contestants are ranked by correct picks. (NFL ties don't count.)
Quatro (and any other volunteers) selects the games each week. Contestants must submit their picks by 11 p.m. on Friday. We tally scores for the week and over the season. (For the season totals, a contestant who misses a week's submission will receive the number of correct picks of the worst player minus two.)
Point Spreads We will continue to have point spreads for some games. We will list a number of points that will be added to or subtracted from the score of the home team before determining the game winner for our purposes. If the home team is the favorite, the spread will be a negative number, e.g. "-3.5," meaning that, in this case, if the home teams wins the game, 10-7, it will lose for our purposes because we will subtract 3.5 points from the home team's score.
If the home team is an underdog, the points will be postive, e.g. +3.5 points. In this case, if the home team loses 10-7, it will win for our purposes.
All point spreads will include half a point to prevent ties.
Ties in Regulation New this year, if a game with a point spread is tied in regulation, we will stop there and declare the underdog the winner. We will not use the final score. If there was no point spread or the game was "pick 'em," we will use the final score.
Some games will not have points. We will obtain points from Internet sources of Las Vegas odds, we may make up spreads ourselves. In any case, the points we list are the points that count regardless of what any other Web site says or how they may change during the week.
The goal of having points is to be able to have games like Notre Dame vs. Navy in the contest even if the game is in South Bend.
Regular entrants will receive a reminder e-mail on Thursday if they have not yet submitted picks for that week. A contestant may submit picks each week multiple times, but only the last submission counts.
There is no tangible award for the winner. Winning is priceless! (So suck eggs, Mr. IG!)
Your ranking will be public, so don't do this if you don't want that.
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