Tony (ndsc32) if you click on the link above in eye123's post, you'll see the squares grid with players names assigned. The numbers issued to each player corresponded to the random number assigned to each square. It was a much simpler way to do squares remotely, without everybody being in the same room or office passing around an actual cardboard chart and filling in names, then selecting the point numbers for each column and row.
you really dont need a second board. you could just do the reverse of the score. ex final this year was tampa 1 kc 9 they win say 100, then whoever has kc 1 tampa 9 would win say 50 or half of what is offered to the winner of that quarter.