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Seemingly overnight, the world of college football was flipped on its head. What a wild year, and the season hasn’t even started. College football is ruled by money. Everybody knows that. It’s been that way for decades and will continue down that path for perpetuity. Its just that the thinly veiled disguise of pageantry, amateurism and tradition was removed to reveal a new era of expanded playoffs, name-image-likeness (NIL) deals and conference realignment. Who knows what the future holds? Will the 4-team playoff stretch to 12 teams? Will football recruitment become a company sponsorship bidding war? Will true super conferences emerge and separate from the NCAA? Only time will tell, but with each passing moment, we are at least that much closer to the beginning of the 16th annual Pigskin Pick Six, a tradition that remains unchanged. You can expect the same fun and frustration as any other year, and a return to the standard format that was altered in 2020 due to Covid-19. So, sign up. Good luck. Let’s do this.
How does this work?
Welcome to the Pigskin Pick Six website. If you are here, you are either lost or are considering joining a college football pick ’em contest. How does it work? It’s simple. You will be given a list of 15 games to choose from each week. In 6 of the 15 games, you will choose an “against the spread” (ATS) winner (including one lock). You will then be awarded points based on your performance. For a complete set of league rules, please click here.
To pay, thus entering the competition, please follow this link to LeagueSafe: https://leaguesafe.com/join/3986701
Due to the number of expected participants, the vast majority of us will fail to win money. Therefore, I encourage you to partake in little side competitions with your family and/or friends. It will give you a better chance to get on the podium and will help keep your interest throughout the year.
Please note the tabs at the top of the page. All the information you would want or need throughout the season is contained within the website. From the pick sheet, to the leaderboard and statistics. Some of the tabs have old information used as space fillers. It is just to give you an idea of how everything will look once the season starts. The email you use to receive PP6 emails needs to be the same email you use to register with the LeagueSafe website. You can also register on the PP6 website, but it is not required. The value is that it automatically enters your name and email into the weekly pick form and you will automatically receive the weekly reports.
Each week will have a preview and review post. Enjoy these at your leisure and feel free to comment and participate in discussions. Our goal is to have the picks available and the leaderboard updated weekly by Thursday at 1pm ct.