11-04-05, 06:47 AM
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Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Austin, TX
BBP Points: 0
| | PokerBlue Football Ticket Giveaway
I received a press release from PokerBlue regarding a new tourney series - thought I would pass the info along.
PokerBlue.com will host ďCollege Footballís 2005 SIDELINE BRAWLĒ, in which students, alumni and fans representing 70 of the nationís top colleges battle for bragging rights, tailgate cash, and tickets to 35 of the biggest NCAA college football rivalry games of the year. |
PokerBlue.com will host first-round Open Tournaments for the 70 cities representing 35 top NCAA college football games to be played between November 19 and December 3, 2005. Those games include Ohio State vs. Michigan, USC vs. UCLA, Alabama vs. Auburn, Army vs. Navy, Nebraska vs. Colorado, Florida vs. Florida State, Texas vs. Texas A&M, Arkansas vs. LSU, and Georgia vs. Georgia Tech.
In the first-round Open Tournaments, players will freeroll for the right to represent their school (or favorite team) against other students, alumni, and fans.
The top five finishers representing each school will qualify for the second-round Championship Tournaments.
In the round-two Championship Tournaments, players will face off in a bone-crushing freeroll tournament against misguided fans representing that other team. In addition to bringing honor to the schools theyíve battled for, each of the Rivalry Winners will receive $100 in tailgate cash and two seats to their collegeís big game (up to a $1,500 value).
All ďSideline BrawlĒ round-two participants will automatically qualify for PokerBlue.comís BCS National Championship Freeroll Tournament, scheduled for Saturday, December 10, at 3:00 pm. The winner will receive $2,000 travel cash, plus two seats to the January 4, 2006, National Championship Rose Bowl Game in Pasadenaóa package valued at $4,000.
Full details are at https://player.pokerblue.com/Register/PBRivals.aspx.
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