College Fantasy Football Games
Fantasy Football Games
New for the 2011-2012 college football season, Fantazzle will be offering college fantasy football games. College fantasy football games will now be available in the college fantasy football salary cap and college fantasy football challenge formats.

You can now choose our favorite players from the most well-known colleges in the game today. Simply choose which game you would like to play, which players you think will score the most fantasy points and which entry fee game you are looking for and win cash prizes now!

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College Fantasy Football Games
Fantazzle Fantasy Sports Games has taken the next step in the daily and weekly fantasy sports games industry ─ College Fantasy Football Games! College fantasy football games will have several start times including:

The first BCS, Top-25, or Notre Dame game of the week (possible Thursday or Friday start time)
The first game on Saturdays
The second round of Saturday Games
If possible, late games or the third round of games on Saturday (If there are three or more games going on)

College Fantasy Football Challenge
College Fantasy Football Challenge
Pick 2QBs/3RBs/3WRs/1TE/1DEF-ST that will score the most fantasy points.

Our College Fantasy Football Challenge game is available as a Weekly game, and has just one requirement – choose a player to represent each roster spot for your fantasy team. In this fantasy football game, that means selecting 2 QBs, 3 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE and 1 DEF/ST. Test your fantasy skills each week and compete for cash prizes throughout the college football season.

College Fantasy Football Salary Cap
College Fantasy Football Salary Cap
Pick 2QBs/3RBs/3WRs/1TE/1DEF-ST that will score the most fantasy points staying under the cap.

Our College Fantasy Football Salary Cap game is similar to the College Football Challenge game, but with an added twist: You must choose a player for each roster spot, while staying under a fantasy salary cap of $1,000,000. This restriction forces each fantasy owner to do their research to find hidden gems or fantasy sleepers. Test your fantasy abilities in our Weekly Salary Cap games and compete for cash prizes.

College Fantasy Football Scoring
All of our fantasy football games use the same scoring system:


Touchdowns: 6 points
Passing yards: 1 point for every 30 yards
Rushing/Receiving yards: 1 point for every 10 yards
Two-point conversions: 2 points
Receptions: 1 point
Interceptions: -2 points
Fumbles Lost: -2 points
Defense/Special Teams:

Interceptions: 2 points
Fumble Recoveries: 2 points
Touchdowns: 6 points **Any time a defensive player or special teams player scores a TD, the DEF/ST gets 6 points**
Sacks: 1 point
Safety: 2 points
Kick Blocks: 2 points
Shutouts: 7 points