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Orange::44 2016 College Bowl Pick 'em

Such a weird logo. Looks like a stitched up... uh, football, sure.
Brian and I watch a lot of college football. Brian and I think we know a lot about college football. Now that the 2016 bowl field has been selected, it's time to put all that supposed football knowledge to the test. Realistically, this is all a big crapshoot, because as we all know, crazy stuff happens in bowl games. But anyway, we've created a Bowl Pick 'em on Yahoo. You can reach it by clicking here, or entering in Group ID 7160. The password is babers. Don't try hacking into my email, facebook, or bank accounts with that password, that's totally not the password I use.

Anyway, this is just a simple straight up pick the winners. Most correct games picked wins. We'll have an Orange::44 winner (between Brian and me) and an overall winner. For tiebreaking purposes, post in the comments who will be the Orange::44 winner. The overall winner wins the undying love of this blog. For whatever it's worth.

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