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