RSVLTS Pick ’em Bowl – Win A Jerry Rice Autographed Football

College football bowl games kick off on Saturday, December 15th so we’ve launched a bowl pool for RSVLTS.com readers on ESPN’s College Bowl Mania. The rules are simple. Pick the winner of 35 college football bowl games and the person with the most correct picks after the Alabama vs Notre Dame game wins. It’s that simple!

Join the pool and start picking now! 

Winner receives:

A prize pack from Gillette including 2 Clinical Strength deodorants, 2 body washes and 2 Odor Shield deodorants, a hockey puck autographed by Chicago Blackhawks captain Patrick Sharp and a football signed by Jerry Rice, the greatest NFL player of all-time according to NFL.com. 

Rules:

  1. In the highly unlikely event there is a tie at the end we will put the names into random.org (a random number generator) which will select a winner at random.
  2. Official ESPN rules here.
  3. We will contact the winner on or around December 8, 2013. If winner doesn’t respond within one week of contact prize will be awarded to runner up.

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