For the first time ever, together we will determine and crown the greatest, coolest, best designed college football helmet in America.Is it the Tiger Paw, the scripted A, the Spartan, or the Longhorn? It could be the Howling Coyote of the College of Idaho or the Snarling Bobcat of Peru State. Every single one has a chance to be crowned the Helmet Bowl I National Champion.Every.Single.One.Here is the first look: Visit HelmetBowl.com. Helmet Bowl I begins September 5.Every one of the 777 colleges playing football this year has a helmet which could win Helmet Bowl I. You'll find them all at HelmetBowl.com.
Fans will vote
You, the fan, will determine which helmet is greatest. Weekly polls will determine Conference Champions, then a National Champion. Every student and fan can vote in each Conference every week.
First, each college football conference, from the DI powerhouses to the underdog NAIAs, will compete in a 10-week polling contest to crown conference champions.
Champions enter a 128-team national bracket. Winners of each weekly contest receive a point and the team with the most points at the end of the 10 weeks wins the Conference.
Then, conference runners’ up will compete for one week to fill the remaining slots in the 128-team, four-region, national bracket.
For seven weeks, starting at Thanksgiving, teams will compete weekly to advance through the bracket, from 128 to 64, to 32, 16, 8, 4 and finally the top two teams the week prior to the National Championship.
The Helmet Bowl I Champion will be crowned January 8, 2018.
College Equipment Managers for each team may substitute any official helmet design for every week their team is in contention.
Watch for announcements on Helmet Tracker’s Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts. Helmet Bowl I information, polls, and rules can be found at HelmetBowl.com.
Helmet Bowl I begins September 5.