Six Points (as its name implies) is a college football board game. Each team is represented by a series of tables representing rush and pass defense, special teams, all facets of the offense, and some miscellaneous tables. Results are obtained by having the offense pick a player and a play (pass or run). The offense rolls a die or dice for a result. The defense then rolls on the appropriate table to modify the result. Optional rules add defensive play calling to the game. Seasons are known to exist from 1975 through 1981.