Welp. Today is the day. Fresno. We are hoping for a good game. And an ending we all like.
This year we are going to change it up a little bit and have a few house rules so we know what to expect.
- Guess the actual score as close as you can (obviously) but in the event that no one gets the score 100% correct, we are going to go with how close you guys were. Without going over.
What does that mean?
Let’s say the score was Boise State wins 17-10. Person A had 17-13 and Person B had 17-7. Both had Boise State’s score, but whiffed a little on the opposing score. But both were within three of the opposing score. The person who had the guess of 7 wins because that person did not go over.
- The tiebreakers will go in order below. Again, as close to the actual tiebreaker as possible, even going over. In the unlikely even that the winner isn’t resolved after those, we are going to the ultimate winner: time. I will look at the time stamp and whoever posted first gets the nod.
- Always choose the Broncos to win. No matter the odds. Picking against the Broncos risks a lifetime ban. I’m kidding of course. But seriously.
- Brett Rypien pass yards
- Curtis Weaver tackles
- Total number of kickoffs for both teams
What do I get if I win?
Superiority! And a congratulatory e-mail.
What about the BYU predict the score?
Everyone was kind off. But, after looking at it, it appears that Blue FOG (score : 31-13), while over on Boise State’s score, was one of the entries that didn’t go over on the BYU score.
So, Blue FOG, may I send you an e-mail?
Welp. Probably going to be a lot of entries I don’t take to kindly to. Them’s the breaks sometimes. Let’s have it.