BOX POOL FOR MONDAY NIGHT’S CFP NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Once again, we will be doing the box pool for the College Football Playoff National Championship!

The tradition began in 2015  because Mom kept winning the $100 she graciously donates to the bowl pool. Don’t worry. You don’t have to do anything.

BEHOLD! This year’s box pool:

Rules

Basically, there are 100 empty boxes. Names are entered in each box. After that numbers from 0-9 will be randomly assigned to each column and row. It ends up looking like the image below.

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The last number of a team’s score at the end of each quarter is used to determine the winning square. For example, Paul would also win the pool if Team B happened to defeat Team A by a score of 12-6 or 42-26, etc. $25 will be awarded each quarter.

Still confused? Check this out.

For our purpose, I randomly assigned everyone 10 boxes using an extremely complicated program. Betty will also be allowed to play.

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