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August 26, 2011

Cardinal Blog Pick ‘Em

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By The Daily Axe Staff
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Along with Rule of Tree and Go Mighty Card, we’re putting together a college football pick ‘em group especially for Stanford fans and readers of our three sites. The gist is simple: you pick the winners (against the spread) of all the Pac-12 and several other prominent games from across the country each week, and then see how you stack up against other fans of the Stanford blogosphere. There’s also a slight twist from confidence points, which you assign to each game depending upon how sure you are that your pick will be correct. How you distribute your confidence points will affect your final score. And if you do especially well, there will be space on this site for you to write about your prognostication expertise.

The Pick ‘Em group is private, so you’ll need to send us an email to get the league information and password. Sign up soon to make sure that you’re locked in and have time to make your picks before college football starts next week!

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