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Welcome to High School Football Pickoff!

How does it work?
Each week during the regular season, pick the winners of 14 top high school football games, plus the tiebreaker. We'll give props to the person who has the best record each week in our Prep Zone blog. And we'll keep track of everyone's record as the season progresses, and then give major props to the person with the best record at the end of the season.

Picking is open weekly from noon Tuesday to noon Friday. We will base your ranking on your top 14 (out of 16) weeks, but keep in mind that games in the semifinals and finals are worth more points.

Are there prizes?
Nah. This game is just for fun -- and bragging rights.

Can I play with a "private group" of friends and family?
Yes. After you register and log in, just click on the my groups tab. Next click on "Create a Private Group" and follow the instructions.


We will update standings on Saturdays, but in the meantime you can check this week's high school scoreboard here.


     
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