NCAA Last Man Standing $2500 Cash Prize
In the NCAA Last Man Standing (LMS) contest players must pick 1 game per week on Saturday’s daily schedule. No midweek games just Saturday’s. There are no point spreads involved but you must pick a team under -500 Money Line (lines based on Vegas opening line).
The logic of the contest is simple: If you win your pick, you will advance to the next round. If you lose your selection, you are out of the contest. You can only select a team once in the contest. A winner is declared once they've won their daily selection and "all or one" of their opponents have lost their pick(s). Last Person Standing, wins the entire pot! There is no second place. If there are still people left standing after the regular season the tie-breaker will be season total points for outscoring your opponents. For example: Edward23 picks TULSA in week 1 and they win 21-10. He gains 11 points. This cumulative total only comes into play for the chance that there is more than one person left standing after all the regular season have been played. If total points are also a tie it will go to the poster with the most posts on ATB (No last minute spamming). All picks must be submitted before the 1st game of the day on Saturday. If a contestant misses the deadline to submit their pick, they will be eliminated from the contest, no exceptions.
The entry into this contest is 1000 ATB points, so start saving up! This Contest will start the first week of the NCCA Football season and run until the last week of the regular season. Ask the Bookie and RDG are putting a monster prize of $2500 in cash for the LAST MAN STANDING!
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