The CFL is back, and so is the VGCC!
Last year's final standings are still posted here.
The CFL had a slew of rule changes this year, but we only have two. First of all, new participants are no longer accepted after Labour Day Weekend. And second, at the end of the season, the top eight still qualify for the post-season. But this year, anyone who performed better than the VGCC World also qualifies as a wild-card. However, after the Divisional Semi-finals, only the top four qualify for the Divisional Finals.
The complete rules are posted here.
Here is a summary of how the game is played.
To join in, start making picks.
Each week, reply to the VGCC thread with your picks for the winners.
If you elaborate, make your picks clear at a glance.
Picks must be in PRIOR TO the SCHEDULED KICKOFF TIME in order to qualify for that game.
To change your picks, post a new reply to the thread. Editing your original thread may invalidate all your picks.
At the end of each week, participants will be ranked based on the number of correct picks, followed by most perfect weeks, then highest aggregate spread (the total of the point spreads of all games picked correctly MINUS the total of the point spreads of all games picked incorrectly), and lastly highest percentage correct. Ties will be broken according to participants' peformance in the most recent week.
Now on to Week 1. B.C. has the bye this week.
Ottawa @ Montreal
Hamilton @ Calgary
Edmonton @ Toronto
Winnipeg @ Saskatchewan