NAME         PHONE        
EMAIL         Note: Need at least one way to contact you - Email address or phone number
The cost is $10.00 per entry, due by Thursday Dec 24th at 3:30pm est (1:30pm mst).  Multiple entries welcomed.
The payout will be based 1st Place (65%) 2nd (22.5%) 3rd (12.5%) below 60 entries
on number of entries: 1st Place (65%) 2nd (22.5%) 3rd (12.5%) less 4th ($20) 60-89 entries
1st Place (65%) 2nd (22.5%) 3rd (12.5%) less 4th ($40) and 5th ($20) 90-119 entries etc
You must turn in your picks online.  You can enter your picks and obtain daily bowl updates (Excel, PDF, and HTML formats) 
on the web at http://home-kppercin.com/           Send Emails to kpercin@comcast.net
Number your picks from 1-21 using each number in the sequence only once and enter your tie breaker.  You will be given points
for correctly choosing the winner of a game.  There are 231 points possible, most points wins.  Tie breaker is total points scored
in the BCS Title Game, closest to the actual value wins.  When entering your picks online, simply mouse click on your winners
and use the drag down menu to number the games.  Enter your tie breaker, check the 'Email me a copy' box, and click on the 
submit picks' button.  If there is a problem with your entry, the pick entry software will provide help at this time to ensure that 
your picks are filled out correctly.  After clicking on the 'submit picks' button, you must wait until the 'your picks have been 
processed successfully' page appears.  If you check the 'Email me a copy' box, the software will also send an HTML or text 
formatted copy of your picks to the Email address you entered.  In the event another college football bowl game is cancelled,
no points will be awarded.  To correct picks, all will be renumbered (1 pt less for each game) starting from the highest value
back to the number you had on the cancelled game.
                             
2020/21 College Bowl Games
  game times are EST                        
   
1. Dec. 24 3:30 p.m. ESPN Frisco, Texas New Mexico   Houston (3-4) vs. Hawaii (4-4)  
2. Dec. 25 2:30 p.m. ESPN Montgomery, Ala. Camellia   Buffalo (5-1) vs. Marshall (7-2)  
3. Dec. 26 12:00 p.m. ESPN Orlando, Fla. Cure   Coastal Carolina (11-0) vs. Liberty (9-1)  
4. Dec. 26 3:30 p.m. ABC Dallas, Texas Servpro   Louisiana (9-1) vs. UTSA (7-4)  
5. Dec. 26 3:30 p.m. ESPN Mobile, Ala. Lending Tree   W Kentucky (5-6) vs. Georgia St (5-4)  
6. Dec. 29 5:30 p.m. ESPN Orlando, Fla. Cheez-it   Miami (8-2) vs. Oklahoma St (7-3)  
7. Dec. 29 9:00 p.m. ESPN San Antonio, Texas Alamo   Texas (6-3) vs. Colorado (4-1)  
8. Dec. 30 12:00 p.m. ESPN Charlotte, NC Duke's Mayo   Wake Forest (4-4) vs. Wisconsin (3-3)  
9. Dec. 30 7:15 p.m. ESPN Arlington, Texas Cotton   Oklahoma (8-2) vs. Florida (8-3)  
10. Dec. 31 12:00 p.m. ESPN Fort Worth, Texas Armed Forces   Mississippi St (3-7) vs. Tulsa (6-2)  
11. Dec. 31 2:00 p.m. CBSSN Tucson, Ariz. Arizona   Ball St (6-1) vs. San Jose St (7-0)  
12. Dec. 31 4:00 p.m. ESPN Memphis, Tenn. Liberty   W Virginia (5-4) vs. Army (9-2)  
13. Jan. 1 12:30 p.m. ESPN Atlanta, Ga. Peach   Cincinnati (9-0) vs. Georgia (7-2)  
14. Jan. 1 1:00 p.m. ABC Orlando, Fla. Citrus   Auburn (6-4) vs. Northwestern (6-2)  
15. Jan. 1 4:00 p.m. ESPN Arlington, Texas Rose (Semifinal)*   Alabama (11-0) vs. Notre Dame (10-1)  
16. Jan. 1 8:00 p.m. ESPN New Orleans, La. Sugar (Semifinal)*   Clemson (10-1) vs. Ohio St (6-0)  
17. Jan. 2 12:00 p.m. ESPN Jacksonville, Fla. Gator   Kentucky (4-6) vs. NC State (8-3)  
18. Jan. 2 12:30 p.m. ABC Tampa, Fla. Outback   Mississippi (4-5) vs. Indiana (6-1)  
19. Jan. 2 4:00 p.m. ESPN Glendale, Ariz. Fiesta   Oregon (4-2) vs. Iowa St (8-3)  
20. Jan. 2 8:00 p.m. ESPN Miami, Fla. Orange   Texas A&M (8-1) vs. N Carolina (8-3)  
21. Jan. 11 8:00 p.m. ESPN Miami Gardens, Fla. Title Game*   Alabama/Notre Dame vs. Clemson/Ohio St  
                  (Alabama or Notre Dame)   (Clemson or Ohio St)    
     
*Note: You must advance the correct winner twice to obtain points in the Title game. TIE BREAKER TOTAL POINTS  
           For example, pick Alabama in both the Rose Bowl and Title game.  If they lose the TITLE GAME
           Rose Bowl you would receive no points for games (15) and (21).  If they win the
           Rose Bowl and lose in the Title Game, you would receive points for game (15) only.
           If they win both the Rose Bowl and Title Game, you would receive the points for both 
           games (15) and (21).