In the event someone was distracted or sleeping, the rules for the season are listed below. 2011 Season SIAC Picks Guidelines
* The 2011 SIAC football season consists of 65
games. This includes the inaugral SIAC Championship Game, Turkey Day Classic and the Pioneer Bowl. As with previous years, the season concludes with the last game - Pioneer Bowl or last D2 playoff game. The results are cumulative
throughout the season.
* Smack talking and defense of your selection of the weekly game winners is fine.
However, the picks must be clearly indicated. If a poster's selection can not be easily determined, the game will count as a loss
* Picks must be posted by thread closing. There will be a full week in which a poster can post weekly game picks. That is ample time. Threads will close at midnight Saturday on the day of the game. In the event of a Thursday or Friday game, the thread will close 6:00 PM EDT on game day.
* If a poster's picks twice in a week
, the first post will over ride the second.
* The 2011 SIAC Picks Champ will be the poster with the highest winning percentage for the season.
In the event of a tie, the winner will be determined by the most weeks that a poster was perfect at 100% in the weekly picks. For example, posters A and B are tied at 92% at the conclusion of the final game. Poster A was 100% in weekly picks 7 times during the season whereas Poster B was at 100% 6 times. Poster A will be crowned 2011 Champ.
If there still is a tie after the above situation, the winner will be determined by the number of points scored by the posters' weekly selections throughout the season. For example, Poster A's weekly game picks had an accumulative total season score of 447 points and Poster B's picks had a total season score was 450. Poster B will be the 2011 season Champ.
I am not immune to errors when inputting data into Excel. If you think there is an error, please contact me. Others have done so in previous seasons and adjustments were made if needed.Good luck.
May the best 'Cat, Billy Goat, dusty AL Bear, Horse, or TN Limping Lizard win.