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Who is WOJO?
Bob Wojnowski, aka WOJO, is a reporter and columnist for The Detroit News and co-host of a radio show with Jamie Samuelsen on WXYT-FM in Detroit, Michigan. Wojnowski also appears often on Fox 2 WJBK's Sunday Night Sports Works roundtable.

How does it work?
Each week you have the chance to test your college football expertise by selecting the outcome of the most popular college football match-ups.  We play against the spread.  How does that work? Find out here.

There are 12 rounds and each round lasts about a week: from the earliest matchup to the last kickoff of the weekend. You must make your picks for each round before the assigned deadlines (noted on the pick sheet).

You will be able to view Wojo’s Picks and see how yours stack up against his! You never know: you might beat him! From the pool of eligible players, one winner will be randomly selected each week.

Are there prizes?
Of course!

First, the winner of each week will be featured on the ‘Winners’ tab and will receive the $50 prize for that week.

Second, they will have the option to submit their photo, their next week’s picks, and their reasoning behind their selections for a featured article in the Sports section of The Detroit News!

Lastly – all players are eligible to win the Overall Prize that will be distributed at the end of the season: a $500 VISA GIFT CARD!

The more you play, the more chances you have to win! See all prizes.

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.


*Please note: 2017 Gameplay began with Week 2 games.  

Week 1 was not open or scored due to the Labor Day holiday.


Do you have other questions? Please visit our FAQ!

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