About the authors: Casey Frushour is a freelance graphic designer and web designer. Andy Frushour is an amateur stat nerd who loves Excel spreadsheets and playing sports — particularly Monkeyball. Both reside in Michigan.
We’ve all been in one of those Super Bowl Squares pools. You know, the kind – where you put a buck in the pot and are assigned a square on a 10×10 grid. Each square corresponds to a pair of numbers, one for the NFC team and one for the AFC team. The score at the end of each quarter — specifically the ones digit for each team’s score — determines which square wins 25% of the total cash pot. For instance, if the Seahawks lead the Broncos 17-14 at halftime, the person with 7 on the Seahawks axis and 4 on the Broncos axis wins the cash. Read more