UVa Students Compete in NCAA Football Challenge

November 14, 2012

University of Virginia students are putting their video game skills to use for big bucks as part of the NCAA Football Challenge.

The university is among 16 schools nationwide to take part. Students compete against each other in a virtual football tournament.

The winner walks away with $1,000 and has the chance to play in the finals, which will take place at the Bowl Championship Series final in Miami.

The payoff at the BCS final is $5,000.

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