The answer is YES!
At SBPS, we call this concept "Multiple Grids". Your single Contest (the parent) can have many Grids (children) that exist within it.
With Multiple Grids, you can change the Top and Left Numbers as often as you like. A very common setup for this would be if you wanted to give everyone different numbers to root for during each quarter of the Super Bowl, or during every Dallas Cowboys game of the NFL season.
Keep in mind that the players still own the exact same square throughout the Contest. Adding additional Grids to a Contest does not increase the number of players -- it only adds additional Top and Left Teams and Numbers, such that you can give those same players different numbers throughout the Contest.
Let's look at the first example: You want to give everyone different numbers for each quarter of the big game.
In this case, you would create four (4) Grids in your Contest. You could name the Grids like this if you want:
- First Quarter
- Third Quarter
- Final Score
When it's time to post the Numbers for your Contest, you would simply repeat the process of posting the new Numbers once for every Grid in your Contest.
Each of the Grids is accessible from the main Contest page. There will be very clear table near the top of your Contest page that will allow players to jump between each of the Grids to check their numbers throughout the Contest.