College Football Champions Pick Em by RobinJRichards


In lieu of doing the annual weekly pick em this year (simply because I won't have the time to run so many pick 'ems this Fall) we’re just going to pick the conference champs right before the season kicks off. You are allowed to use a list of teams in each conference if needed (because honestly who can name all the Sun Belt teams?) but NOT any prognosticators’ magazines, websites, etc. (with the exception of Q13). NOTE: YOU MUST MONEY Q13. This is the bonus question/tiebreaker. This quiz will close Thursday August 29th. around 7pm.


Answer the questions below to the best of your ability without using outside resources. Outside references include (but certainly are not limited to) searching for an answer on the internet, looking at maps, using a calculator, or asking a friend (or foe) if they know the answer. Basically, you are relying on your brain (and maybe a pencil and paper).

For each correct answer, you will receive 150 points. You must also mark 6 questions as "money" questions. For each money question that you answer correctly, you will receive bonus points equal to the percent of players who answered incorrectly. (That is, if 25% of players got a question right, its money bonus would be worth 75 points.) You still don't get any points for a wrong answer, though, so try to select the hardest questions you think you have answered correctly. (Note: You can't use outside resources to help pick your money questions either.)

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Question 1


Question 2


Question 3

American (AAC)

Question 4

B1G “Ten” (which has 14)

Question 5

Big “XII” (which has 10)

Question 6

Pac-12 (which thankfully still has 12)

Question 7


Question 8

Sun Belt

Question 9

Conference USA

Question 10

Mtn. West

Question 11


Question 12

Ivy League

Question 13

YOU MUST MONEY THIS: Who will win the Heisman Trophy in 2019? NOTE: For this one you **are* * allowed to use a list of potential Heisman candidates from a prognostication site, magazine, etc. .