How to Make Football Squares?


To make football squares for a football pool, you just need to make a 10 x 10 grid of squares. Find friends and family to insert their names into as many squares that they want. Using a deck of cards, assign random numbers to the squares. Put 1 - 10 at the top, and 1 - 10 down the side of the grid. Pick one team for the horizontal side, and one team for the vertical side. Whatever the ending score is per quarter will determine who wins each quarter. Please make note that this is just for fun, and that gambling is illegal.
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