College Football Bowl Pool


How the Pool Works

  • Pick winners of each bowl, straight up
  • 4 points for picking correct national champion. 2 points for picking correct semi final winner. 1 point for all other correct bowls. Customize Point System if desired.
  • Winner is whoever has most points after national championship
  • Tiebreaker: How many total points scored in National Championship



Screenshots

Live Scoring

Refresh the scoreboard live during bowl games.

(1) Live Scoring College Bowl Pool

Detailed Views

Research which teams are scoring points, live.

(2) Detailed Scoring College Bowl Pool

Easy Setup

Simple entry form to create your pool.

(3) Easy Setup College Bowl Pool

Invite Friends

Beautiful invitation easy to copy and send to friends.

(4) Invitation for College Bowl Pool

Pick Games

Everyone in the pool picks teams online.

(5) Pick Teams for College Bowl Pool

Customize Pool

Optionally include games or change point values.

(6) Customized College Bowl Pool Online

Cost

Free for pools of 4 or less entries
$20 for pools with more than 4 entries

Customize Games Included and Points for Each Bowl Game

If you want a custom point setup, or completely excluded some games, you can set that up with the Modify Picksheet admin tool. You can specify how many points each game is worth.

college bowl pool custom point system

2019 / 2020 College Bowl Game Schedule

Bowl Matchup Points
College Football Playoff National Championship | Jan. 13 TBD vs TBD 4
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl | Dec. 28 Ohio State vs Clemson 2
College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl | Dec. 28 LSU vs Oklahoma 2
Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl | Dec. 20 Buffalo vs Charlotte 1
Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl | Dec. 20 Kent State vs Utah State 1
Celebration Bowl | Dec. 21 Alcorn State vs North Carolina A&T 1
New Mexico Bowl | Dec. 21 Central Michigan vs San Diego State 1
Cure Bowl | Dec. 21 Liberty vs Georgia Southern 1
Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl | Dec. 21 Florida Atlantic vs SMU 1
Camellia Bowl | Dec. 21 Arkansas State vs Florida International 1
Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl | Dec. 21 Boise State vs Washington 1
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl | Dec. 21 Appalachian State vs UAB 1
Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl | Dec. 23 Marshall vs UCF 1
SoFi Hawaii Bowl | Dec. 24 BYU vs Hawaii 1
Walk-Ons Independence Bowl | Dec. 26 Louisiana Tech vs Miami (Fla.) 1
Quick Lane Bowl | Dec. 26 Eastern Michigan vs Pittsburgh 1
Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman | Dec. 27 North Carolina vs Temple 1
New Era Pinstripe Bowl | Dec. 27 Michigan State vs Wake Forest 1
Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl | Dec. 27 Oklahoma State vs Texas A&M 1
San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl | Dec. 27 Iowa vs Southern California 1
Cheez-It Bowl | Dec. 27 Air Force vs Washington State 1
Camping World Bowl | Dec. 28 Notre Dame vs Iowa State 1
Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic | Dec. 28 Penn State vs Memphis 1
SERVPRO First Responder Bowl | Dec. 30 Western Kentucky vs Western Michigan 1
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl | Dec. 30 Louiseville vs Mississippi State 1
Redbox Bowl | Dec. 30 California vs Illinois 1
Capital One Orange Bowl | Dec. 30 Florida vs Virginia 1
Belk Bowl | Dec. 31 Kentucky vs Virginia Tech 1
Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl | Dec. 31 Arizona State vs Florida State 1
AutoZone Liberty Bowl | Dec. 31 Kansas State vs Navy 1
NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl | Dec. 31 Georgia State vs Wyoming 1
Valero Alamo Bowl | Dec. 31 Utah vs Texas 1
Vrbo Citrus Bowl | Jan. 1 Alabama vs Michigan 1
Outback Bowl | Jan. 1 Auburn vs Minnesota 1
Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual | Jan. 1 Oregon vs Wisconsin 1
Allstate Sugar Bowl | Jan. 1 Georgia vs Baylor 1
TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl | Jan. 2 Cincinnati vs Boston College 1
TaxSlayer Gator Bowl | Jan. 2 Indiana vs Tennessee 1
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl | Jan. 3 Nevada vs Ohio 1
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl | Jan. 4 Southern Miss vs Tulane 1
LendingTree Bowl | Jan. 6 Louisiana-Lafayette vs Miami (Ohio) 1

Weighted point system for playoff picks and bowl game picks

In order to recognize the importance of the playoff games, selecting the correct winner from those games is more heavily awarded when you tally your final score.

You can change the default scoring and assign custom points for each game.

Tiebreaker

How many total points will be scored in the National Championship game?

Pick Deadline

All picks must be in before the first bowl game on December 20th, 2019.



Tell Us Your Custom Format

Let us know which format you enjoyed and if there are any other options we should consider building custom software for on Easy Office Pools. Leave a comment below or send us an email at easyofficepools@gmail.com.

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Comments

  1. how do i join a league

    • Hi Donald – To join a league you need to receive an invitation from a pool admin. Or you could setup your own pool and invite others to join it. We don’t have any ‘public’ pools. Hope that clarifies! -Sean

  2. Can I have more than 100 entries? Also, how does a participant add an additional entry?

    • Hi Tony – Yes you can have more than 100. All entries are added the same way – fill out the entry form and supply your email and a unique team name. So they’d have to have a different team name for each entry but could have more than 1 per email. Hope that helps. -Sean

  3. Tyler Jarrard says:

    Would a better tie breaker be total points in the National Championship?

    I’d wager 90%+ of folks will be on Bama/Clemson this year.

    • Hi Tyler – We updated our format for this year to have the tiebreaker be the total # of points in national championship game. Great suggestion … thank you!! – Sean

  4. Jeff Boling says:

    We normally pick the Top 25 bowls and then have each person pick the winner and assign a point value form 1 – 25. If you pick the right team you get the points you assigned to that pick, if your team loses you get minus those points. This is done on each bowl and the total points are added up. You must assign a unique point value to each bowl (cant use 13 twice for example).

  5. Curt Walter says:

    Do you have a college football pool for all the bowl games that doesn’t have to be manually managed?

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