Confidence Points in College Football Pick'em
This article explains how confidence points work in College Football Pick'em.
Confidence points are used to give different weight to each of the games during a given week. You'll assign a point value (from 1 to 15 if there are 15 games, 1 to 14 if there are 14 games, etc.) to each game based on how strongly you feel about the accuracy of your pick. If your selection is correct, you'll receive points equal to the confidence point value you associated with that game.
For each game choose who you think will win and then assign your confidence points, using the drop-down on the right, to that game.
So, if you pick team "A" to beat team "B" and assign the game a confidence point value of 15, you'd get 15 points for a correct pick, but no points if Michigan State wins. You do not lose points for an incorrect selection.
Each week's points will be tallied, and the player finishing with the highest total at the end of the year will be the winner of the group.
Each confidence point value may be used only once per week. So, during a 15-game week, after you've assigned 15 points to a game, your next highest available value is 14 points.
Please note that only Private Groups can elect to incorporate confidence points.