College Football Bowl Pool Past Winners
College Football Bowl Pool Results
RULES
$100 per board
No limit on # of boards you can purchase
Select team to cover spread each game
Receive points if selected team covers
Participant with most total points wins
Payouts within 1 week of Championship
All selections emailed prior to 1st game
E-mail updates after each game played

Payment due by 12/12/18 (see email)
Selections due by 12/12/18 (see email)
LEADERBOARD AFTER GAMES PLAYED ON 1/7/19 *FINAL*
2018 PAYOUTS
2018 BOARD / SELECTIONS
2018 Payouts (183 Boards)
$6,000 - 1st Place (RICK SALZMAN)
$3,000 – 2nd Place (LARRY DOUGLAS)
$2,000 – 3rd Place (RYAN JOHNSON)
$1,375 – 4th Place (GREG POLLOCK)
$1,375 – 4th Place (JAKE SIEGER)
$1,000 – 6th Place (SHAR BAHMANI)
$750 – 7th Place (JOHN SEMRAD)
$600 – 8th Place (3 TIED FOR 8TH)
$1,000 - 2nd Chance (GREG POLLOCK)
$400 - 1st Leader (MIKE KIRSCH)
$400 - 2nd Leader (RICK SALZMAN)
$400 - Pool Administration
OTHER INFORMATION
2018 BOARD/SELECTIONS
MAIN LEADERBOARD
2ND CHANCE FINAL LEADERBOARD
2018-19 College Football Bowl Pool - 12th Year 
2018 CFB POOL RECAP
RICK SALZMAN WINS!
Rick Salzman won the 12th College Football Bowl Pool after Clemson took apart heavily favored Alabama to win the National Championship.  Salzman ended up with 438 points which was 4 ahead of runner-up Larry Douglas and 5 ahead of third place finisher Ryan Johnson.

Salzamn put in five boards, most of anyone in the pool, and it paid off with smart, strategic balancing of his selections that put him in the running with multiple boards. This is the 2nd time Salzman finished in the money in this pool. He was 4th in 2014 and won $1,000.  He wins $6,000 for this championship.

Salzman also won $400 for being the leader after the Orange Bowl.
DOUGLAS 2ND; JOHNSON 3RD
Larry Douglas won $3,000 for his runner-up finish.  That is more than half of the winner payouts in the history of the pool.  Ryan Johnson won $2,000 for 3rd.  Greg Pollock and Jake Sieger ended up tied for 4th and each picked up $1,375. Shar Bahmani made a nice comeback to finish 6th, good for $1,000.

WHAT IF...?
Obviously in a pool like this there are several scenarios that could have had a huge difference in the standings. Take for example the Ohio State vs. Wash game.  Washington scored late in the game to cut to a 5 point deficit. Ohio St was a 4.5 point favorite. Washington went for two and missed it. Had they converted, David Schmidt would be holding the virtual trophy.

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