The numbers for the squares will be selected when the grid is filled.
How it works:
Once all the squares have been selected, we will randomly pick numbers from 0-9 and assign those numbers to a particular row or column. These numbers represent the last number in the score of each team. In other words, if the score is Duke 27 - Kentucky 24, then the winning square is the one with a Duke number of 7, and a Kentucky number of 4. Since no one knows what numbers each square will represent, the odds are the same for everyone. So good luck and enjoy.
Winnings Breakdown for Squares
- Pays $25 end of 1Q, 2Q, 3Q, and EOG.
- $100 divided on each score change