2012/2013 NCAA Fantasy Football
Entry fee will be $20 per entry with maximum of 1 team per
This league will be a total points league with the person
with the highest number of total points at the end of the season declared the
winner. This league will run from August 30-December 1st or there
about. The last week will be the conference championship weekend of the Big
Ten, SEC, and a few others.
The rules are very simple. Each week you play with 2 running
backs, 2 wide receivers, and 1 quarterback. They must play on Division 1 BCS
Division College teams. There is no draft, you just choose who you want to use
and they are your players for the week. The tricky part is that every week you
must change your players and you cannot use the same player more than once
during the entire season. Contestants can be using the same players during the
week so there is no need to worry about who others are playing. You will have
much better chance at success if you choose your players by their performance
possibilities and their opponents for that week. The scoring will be announced
in the very near future but I will say it will be scored just like RTS Fantasy
Standard scoring for those positions.
Each contestant will email me with their line up no later
than 10am Eastern on Saturday mornings or at least 2 hours prior to any game
being played on a different day. The entire 5 man team must be submitted at the
same time. Notifying me of 2 players playing Thursday night and then notifying
me about 3 other on Saturday morning is not allowed. In such case as this
happens the players playing on the day of notification will count towards your
point total but the other players will be given a score of 0. The week begins
on a Monday and ends on Sunday. All entry fees will be returned as prize money.
The places paid and percentages will be determined by the number of entrants.
If interested please contact me with any
questions and method of payment.
2012/2013 NCAA Football Survivor Pool
Entry fee is $20 with maximum of 2 entries per person. The
winner will receive 100% of the pool entry fee.
A team in the ESPN top 25 must picked to win their game. You
will need to pick a winning team every week from regular season and conference
championship games thru the BCS championship. No team may be used more than one
time per entry. If at any point during the season we are down to more than one
player and they are all eliminated in the same week those players will be put
back into the pool and continue to pick per week until either 1 player is left and
declared the winner or should there be more than 1 player still remaining after
the BCS Championship game the remaining players will be considered to be the
winners and the prize money will be split evenly. All weeks begin Monday and end Sunday when the
next ESPN top 25 are selected. All picks
must be emailed to me 2 hours prior to the game you are picking with no pick
allowed after 10am Eastern on Saturdays. I will always do everything I can to
post a spread sheet of everyone’s picks prior to the game they pick. Anyone
failing to submit a play for the week will have their pick considered a loser.
If you are not paid prior to the first college football game on August 30th
your entries will be void. There can be no exceptions.
Please contact me for the method of payment.
Plays will be coming this week. As always each pick is made by units. My unit equals $100 for example if I take Montreal +2.5 for 4 Units I am laying to win $400 which would be $440/$400 in most cases. On the money line I am wagering to win 1 Unit = $100 on favorites for example Calgary ML -165 1 Unit is $165/$100 and on dogs I am wagering the unit for example Montreal +150 1 Unit would be $100/$150. I actually play exactly what I post but do add 2nd halves and other wagers but don't post them always but also don't count them in my results. If you are curious on those just ask.
So looking forward to CFL which mean NCAA CF coming soon.
I am making my first bet on the CWS tomorrow morning on Stony Brook to win it. I am expecting 12-1 odds at a minimum. They have a real chance. I believe from top to bottom in their lineup and rotation they are better than Florida, UCLA, Oregon, South Carolina, Arizona, and FSU.
It starts with 16 teams. Anyone finishing 17th or below should have no claim at being national champion.
Same seeding as NCAA BB 1/16, 2/15 and so on. The top tier bowl games are used for the final four and National Championship game as well as 2 quarter finals. They will be rotating annually. The other quarter finals and first round playoff games are played at other bowls.
You will still have 30+ bowls inviting all bowl eligible teams. Each school has to buy their allotment of tickets to the bowl they play in provided it is not part of the playoff and any school failing to do so or to not accept a bowl bid will be disqualified from being eligible to compete in the following 2 years playoffs.
Let's face it, there will be huge money in a playoff system, so every team making past the first round will need to have 1 teachers asst. or tutor per 5 players and 1 tenured teacher/prof per 20 players traveling with each team to guarantee they are STUDENT athletes and are studying and taking exams. A limited number of hours per week can be used for practice during the day during the playoffs with mandatory study time per day as well. As well each player should receive a daily stipend to go along with their goodies bag at each location the play at in the playoffs Maybe $100-$200 per day.
There is a catch to this as well. In order to receive full stipend they must be maintaining a 3.0 GPA for the current and past semester and half the stipend with a 2.0GPA.
I know there is very rarely positive feedback on here but give me some feedback negative of not.