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No grand prize winner in Rams schedule contest

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The St. Louis Rams were willing to pay a cold, hard $100,000 in cash if someone could correctly guess every aspect of their 2014 schedule before the lineup was officially released on Wednesday evening.

Much like Warren Buffett’s $1 billion contest to correctly predict the outcome of every NCAA Tournament game, the Rams contest also went by the wayside without a grand prize winner.

However, not everyone will walk away empty-handed.

Per a team release, two fans from Jefferson City, Mo. tied for second place and will be offered season tickets for the entirety of the 2014 season.

The contest required fans to pick all 16 games and the bye week in order. It also stipulated that entrants needed to correctly pick the day on which all games will be played.

Four entries had streaks of four consecutive weeks correctly predicted. Only one entry was able to correctly guess as many eight games correct in the week those games will actually be played.

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3 Responses to “No grand prize winner in Rams schedule contest”
  1. beardinals says: Apr 24, 2014 12:56 AM

    They CLEARLY made almost impossible to win. Why don’t they make a contest easier and then have a drawing for how ever many people win?

    I guess NFL owners are rich because they learned to hold on to their money.

  2. sportsbastard says: Apr 24, 2014 1:15 AM

    Impossible contest, but props for the creative marketing.

  3. jdphx says: Apr 24, 2014 11:59 AM

    I entered… It would have been nice if they sent
    you an email of your selections. I clicked enter, and have NO idea what my choices were now?

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