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2020 College Bowl Pick em Pools

College Bowl Pick em Pool

Run your bowl pick em online this year.
Tons of features:
  • Easy for people to join
  • Top notch Customer Support
  • Customizable picks deadlines
  • See everyone's picks after deadline
  • Prompt score updates available
  • much more

Choose the games you want to make picks on:

 College Football Bowl Challenge (All 41 Games) 2020-2021
 
 College Bowls (NO CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - 40 games) 2020-2021
 
 After Xmas College Bowls (30 games) 2020-2021
 
 After Xmas College Bowls (NO CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - 29 games) 2020-2021
 

Pools are Free

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Create your college bowl pickem pool

We host many different scoring formats of College Bowl pick em pools with many different sets of bowl games to choose from.

Choose the games you want for your bowl pool:

 College Football Bowl Challenge (All 41 Games) 2020-2021

 College Bowls (NO CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - 40 games) 2020-2021

 After Xmas College Bowls (30 games) 2020-2021

 After Xmas College Bowls (NO CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - 29 games) 2020-2021

Feature highlights:

  • Commissioners can customize picks deadlines
     
  • Commissioners can edit anyone's picks at any time
     
  • Players can view everyone's picks (after picks deadline)
     
  • Players can add additional sets of picks


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College Football Playoffs

With the latest college football playoffs format, there are 2 semi-final games and then the championship game.

The championship game will have "TBD" teams until the 2 semi-finals games have finished. Then the 2 teams for the championship will be put into the system. ..at that point, people will have to return to the site to make their championship predictions.

Scoring Options

Many options to choose from. Including an option which has higher points for BCS bowls and Big-time bowl games.
 Straight Pick em

» 1 point for each correct pick
 
 Ranked Pick em

» For each correct pick, users will receive the number of points equal to the confidence rank that they entered for that game.
» The goal is to score the most points, which may not equate to the most wins
» The "catch" is that ranking numbers can only be used once
  • Put high points on your most confident pick
  • Put low points on your least confident pick

 
 Pick em Against The Spread (ATS)

» All games are picked against half-point spreads
» 1 point for each correct pick
» How it works: Picking Against the Spread
  • Picking against the spread is where you try to determine which team will cover the spread; not necessarily which team will win.
  • While certain teams will win their game, they will not “cover the spread”, and thus if the team is selected it will count as a loss.
  • Example
    • The home team is favored by 16.5 points (-16.5)
    • The home team beats their opponent by 8 points (31 to 23), but, the home team's spread was (-16.5), so, when picking against the spread, the home team's score was 14.5 (31 minus 16.5), which is less than their opponent's score of 23.
    • This means anyone who picked the home team to win by 16.5 points or more was incorrect, since they only won by 8 points
 Ranked Pick em Against The Spread (ATS)

» All games are picked against half-point spreads
» For each correct pick, users will receive the number of points equal to the confidence rank that they entered for that game.
» The goal is to score the most points, which may not equate to the most wins
» The "catch" is that ranking numbers can only be used once
  • Put high points on your most confident pick
  • Put low points on your least confident pick

» Odds are enterred for the following week after the current week's last game, by The PoolTracker Team
 
» How it works: Picking Against the Spread
  • Picking against the spread is where you try to determine which team will cover the spread; not necessarily which team will win.
  • While certain teams will win their game, they will not “cover the spread”, and thus if the team is selected it will count as a loss.
  • Example
    • The home team is favored by 16.5 points (-16.5)
    • The home team beats their opponent by 8 points (31 to 23), but, the home team's spread was (-16.5), so, when picking against the spread, the home team's score was 14.5 (31 minus 16.5), which is less than their opponent's score of 23.
    • This means anyone who picked the home team to win by 16.5 points or more was incorrect, since they only won by 8 points
 Straight Pick 'em - Losses count negative

» 1 point for each correct pick
» -1 point for each incorrect pick
 
 Ranked Pick 'em - Losses count negative

» For each incorrect pick, users will have the number of points equal to their confidence rank for that game subtracted from their total.
» The goal is to score the most points, which may not equate to the most wins
» The "catch" is that ranking numbers can only be used once
  • Put high points on your most confident pick
  • Put low points on your least confident pick

 
 Pick em Against The Spread - Losses count negative

» All games are picked against half-point spreads
» 1 point for each correct pick
» -1 point for each incorrect pick
 
» How it works: Picking Against the Spread
  • Picking against the spread is where you try to determine which team will cover the spread; not necessarily which team will win.
  • While certain teams will win their game, they will not “cover the spread”, and thus if the team is selected it will count as a loss.
  • Example
    • The home team is favored by 16.5 points (-16.5)
    • The home team beats their opponent by 8 points (31 to 23), but, the home team's spread was (-16.5), so, when picking against the spread, the home team's score was 14.5 (31 minus 16.5), which is less than their opponent's score of 23.
    • This means anyone who picked the home team to win by 16.5 points or more was incorrect, since they only won by 8 points
 Ranked Against The Spread - Losses count negative

» All games are picked against half-point spreads
» For each incorrect pick, users will have the number of points equal to their confidence rank for that game subtracted from their total.
» The goal is to score the most points, which may not equate to the most wins
» The "catch" is that ranking numbers can only be used once
  • Put high points on your most confident pick
  • Put low points on your least confident pick

 
» How it works: Picking Against the Spread
  • Picking against the spread is where you try to determine which team will cover the spread; not necessarily which team will win.
  • While certain teams will win their game, they will not “cover the spread”, and thus if the team is selected it will count as a loss.
  • Example
    • The home team is favored by 16.5 points (-16.5)
    • The home team beats their opponent by 8 points (31 to 23), but, the home team's spread was (-16.5), so, when picking against the spread, the home team's score was 14.5 (31 minus 16.5), which is less than their opponent's score of 23.
    • This means anyone who picked the home team to win by 16.5 points or more was incorrect, since they only won by 8 points
 Population Weighted - ATS - Losses Count Negative

» Correct predictions are awarded points equal to the number of players who incorrectly picked that game.
» Incorrect predictions receive negative points, equal to the number of players who correctly picked that game.
» All predictions are against the spread.
» "New Years Six" Bowls x 2
» National Championship x 4

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