2007 College Football
Bowl Pick 'Em
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Welcome to College Bowl Pick' Em 2007

January 9th

January 8th

  • Congratulations to Ryan Friend who breaks a four way tie for first (unprecedented) by picking all five of his best picks for a total of 15 tiebreaker points and takes home $5,025. Ryan Vaughan and Jack LeRoy tied for second with 12 points, and Tania Harrick had 8.

    Nick Nutter and Steven Sparks share the infamy of dead last with nine points, three less than the next worse. Which is impressive in its own right.

    Great work and congratulations. I hope everyone enjoyed themselves and will play next year.

    Brad, Wes, & LT

Place   Name Pts Tiebreak Pick Total: LSU Total: OSU Top Five Total
1t NC (0) Vaughan, Ryan 20 50 LSU 21 20 Fla Int New Mec Oregon Tex AM Bowl Green 12
 (+1) Harrick, Tania 20 42 LSU 21 20 Georgia BC Florida UCLA Auburn 8
1t  (+1) Friend, Ryan 20 56 LSU 21 20 Georgia USC Penn St Oregon Tenn 15
1t  (+1) Le Roy, Jack 20 48 LSU 21 20 LSU Texas OU TCU Kentucky 7???
5t NC (0) Thompson, John 19 34 LSU 20 19 Kentucky BC Boise St Rutgers OK State 8
5t NC (0) O'Scannlain, Kevin 19 48 OSU 19 20 Ore St Florida Georgia Air Force Miss St 9

January 3rd

  • Ryan Vaughan has taken over the lead (apparently he is on a tear, recently won his NFL survivor pool as well) but there are still a bunch of people on his heels. With four games left there are still twenty eight people within four games. Of course due to matchups not all those people can still win, but at least eight still can according to the player scenarios report (http://www.hltiv.com/turbo/cf07/playerscenarios.html remember that this report does not account for the top five tiebreaker that comes before the total points tiebreaker.) With so many people at the top I have to think the odds are strong we end in a tie year and go to top five, but we will see
  • Most all of you have paid, and i thank you for that. We have a lot of fun running this event, but collecting from people is NOT any fun. If you have not paid please do so today.

December 31st (6:30 pm)

  • This is getting pretty heated. I am not sure if it has ever been so tight this far along. Right now there are four people tied for first with 12, and 43 people within four games of the lead. Any of those people could win it.

December 27th

  • Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone. With one week and seven games done, we now head into a one week stretch with twenty two games to play (and three after that). There have been a couple great games already, and many more to come I am sure. The first week was dominated by....me, really. However, with my first loss last night (after Purdue gave up a HUGE lead) its back to a dogfight with a tie between Tania Harrick and me for first, six players one game back and twelve two games back. With so many games left to play almost everyone is still in it, except maybe a few such as Steven Sparks and James McBride who have yet to record a win. Impressive really.

December 20th

  • Thank you to everyone that signed up and welcome. Wes, Brad and I hope you enjoy, we know we do. We have 67 players this year for an awesome prize of $5,025. Good luck to all.
  • Below is a graph of the growth of this pool. Click to enlarge

December 10th

  • Welcome to College Bowl Pick Em 2007. For those of you that have participated in years past welcome back. For newcomers, this is a great event and I know you will enjoy it. There is no better way to become intimately involved in all the games. People often talk about the meaning of the season around this time of year......and I am pretty sure they mean College Bowl Season.
  • Pick all 32 Bowl Games against the spread plus the tiebreak of your top 5 best bets and predicted score of the Championship Game. You will get 5 points for your 1st best bet, 4 pts for your 2nd.and 1 pt for your 5th. In the event of a tie, the person with the most points wins. If still tied, closest score wins.
  • You will be able to track your standings daily on this website. The first game is the San Diego Credit Union Poinsetta Bowl on Thursday night December 20th at 9:00 pm EST. That is the deadline for joining and payment should be submitted upon completing your entry. One last note, if there is a tie game (due to the spread, also known as a push) that counts as a loss as far as the picking of best bets.
  • The fee is $75 (or less than $3 per game, which netted the winner last year $4,050) is payable to: [email protected] via paypal ($78 using Paypal) with a debit or credit card. Or you can send a check snail mail to Bradley Cohen: 516 S. Highland Ave. Apt. #31 Pittsburgh, PA 15206. If you use Paypal make sure you make the subject line something innocuous such as 'trip payment' or something. I got in trouble last year...
  • You can email me at [email protected] if you have any questions.
  • A quick note on corrections. Once you have made your picks online you can not make changes. However, if you need to change a pick you made, email me the details at [email protected] before the deadline (No changes allowed after that) and I can make the change.

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