After months and months of waiting, the season is finally here. To get all of you super fired up for Thursday night’s openers, we’ve got something very cool to give away.
KeyPoint Technologies has just launched over 30 Spirit Keyboards (available teams listed below) featuring some of the top programs in college football. These college-themed keyboards for Android have the colors and logos for your favorite team and come with a dictionary created specifically for your school. This way when you’re texting, emailing, Tweeting or Facebooking, the dictionary already knows terms unique to your university – it even knows how to spell the bars near campus which always comes in handy after the game.
Another thing that’s pretty cool is the word prediction. So if you’ve got the Alabama app on your Droid and you start to spell “McC,” the word “McCarron” is offered up before you’ve completed half the word. Pretty handy for spelling “McCarron is on fire” when he throws four touchdowns and “McCarron stinks” when he fumbles in his own end zone.
Here’s how to win a Spirit Keyboard for your favorite team from KeyPoint Technologies: In the comments section below, tell us why your team is going to win the BCS National Championship this year. Everything from incredibly insightful and statistically-backed reasoning to the humorously absurd will be considered. We’ll select 5 winners after the conclusion of the Florida State at Pittsburgh game Monday night, so give us your most inspired, passionate, and hilarious reasons your team will win it all this year and the keyboard app will be on your Android phone in no time. Be sure to enter a valid email address so we can contact you (email will not be published).
Here’s to the start of another awesome season!
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