I've discussed this with a few of you and decided it was a solid enough idea to organize.
If you don't know what a Super Bowl Box Pool is, you take a 10x10 grid (100 total squares). The AFC Super Bowl representative is at the top, the NFC Super Bowl representative is on the left. After all the boxes are chosen/bought, I will randomly select numbers 0-9 out of a hat for the top/AFC boxes and do the same for the side/NFC boxes. At the end of each score, you take the final digit in the score of the AFC and NFC teams, and find the corresponding box and the person who "owns" that box is the winner. It looks like this:
(NOTE: The above image is an EXAMPLE!)
If the score at halftime is Giants 21 - Patriots 17, Box 36 would be the winner, for example. Make sense?
Now, the fun part.
I think that's it (but I probably forgot something). If you have any questions, please contact me.
EDIT: To make things easier, I've uploaded the spreadsheet to Google Sheets here.
This is too complicated. I don't care about football. I want the four best, likely to win, squares. Which ones should I pick
Are you American? And you don't know how Super Bowl Box Pools work?!
At this point, all squares are equal. Pick your four favorite numbers between 1-100 that aren't taken.
Don't care about pro football. Pick me four numbers.
Pick four good numbers for me.
Here is what I want
38, 7, 98, 3
I'll take 42. Please send me your address at your convenience.