Play TheLines Free $75 College Football Playoff Pick’Em Contest
TheLines is hosting a free College Football Playoff Pick’Em contest, where users can win a $75 Amazon gift card by posting a perfect score in the challenge. Read on to learn more.
FREE College Football Playoff Pick’em! Compete for prizes by making your picks before the CFB semifinal games on Jan. 1!
Free College Football Playoff Contest Details
Players will get a selection of 10 markets, five each across the two College Football Playoff games currently scheduled. These include basic picks on the spreads and totals, as well as derivative and prop markets, such as the first team to 10 points and the first team to convert a field goal.
In case of any ties, users will also answer a tiebreaker question: “How many total passes will the teams complete?” In the event of more than one entry correctly forecasting the 10 markets, this answer will determine the grand prize winner.
The prize pool for this challenge is $75. Only the winner earns a prize of $75, so be sure to play for the highest score possible and avoid the picks that your competitors will select.
Click here to sign up for the game.
Previews, Odds For College Football Playoff Bowl Games
The College Football Playoff starts with the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1 at 5 p.m. ET. No. 1 Michigan takes on No. 4 Alabama in a battle of dominating programs that won the top two conferences in the country. The Crimson Tide have experienced much success in the CFP, while Michigan is still searching for postseason glory to match its recent regular season excellence.
- Rose Bowl odds and preview
Right after that wraps, at 8:45 p.m. ET, the Sugar Bowl will pit No. 2 Washington against No. 3 Texas. Against all odds, the Huskies have put together an undefeated season and look to continue their unlikely path toward a championship after a huge upset over Oregon. Meanwhile, after several years of rocky performances, Texas looks to return to the top of the CFB mountain.
- Sugar Bowl odds and preview
A week later, on Jan. 8 at 8:30 p.m. ET, the season finale will go down as the winners of those two games meet in California at SoFi Stadium. Whoever emerges victorious between Michigan and Alabama figures to be favored over the Washington/Texas victor, as the former two teams have the shortest odds in CFP playoff futures. Keep an eye out for a National Championship free-to-play game soon.
- College Football Playoff national title odds and preview
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