We are officially in football season, and that means another round of the NCAA Prediction Game is upon us! Past Champions: Captain Davis: 2011, 2012 TuBB: 2013, 2015 riddleofsteel: 2014 Enough jibber jabber, here's the rules. Points are broken down into two parts: preseason predictions, and in-season predictions. Preseason is broken down into four areas: 1. Final Four: The CFP selects four teams in a playoff to determine the college football national champion. For each team you guess correctly, you get one point. You'll get an extra point if you select the national title game participants, and two more for selecting the national champion. 2. Conference Champions: You will select your conference champions from the Power Five conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC), in addition to any team from the Group of Five schools that will go to a New Year Six bowl. For each conference champion and Group of Five rep you pick, you will receive one extra point. 3. Fantasy Team: In addition to your preseason picks, you'll also select players for three categories. We used to select quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers, in addition to team offense and team defense. However, with an influx of dual-threat quarterbacks, we are now opening all positions for every category. You can now select a quarterback to lead rushing categories, or running backs/tight ends to lead receiving, etc. You'll select players for the following categories: Passing Yards/Touchdowns Rushing Yards/Touchdowns Receiving Yards/Touchdowns For each category your player leads at the end of the season, you'll get one extra point. 4. Heisman Pick: Finally, you will get one player to select for your Heisman Trophy winner (doesn't matter which position, freshman or 6th-year senior). If your player makes it to the ceremony in December, you will get one extra point, and two extra if he is the winner at season's end. Changing any preseason pick after week one of the season will result in your pick being voided.