Folks, it’s crunch time.

If you’re entering the Fourteenth Kind Of Annual Uncle Crappy NCAA Final Four Challenge (Brought To You By Piper’s Pub*), you’ve got just a little while — noon today, specifically — to get your entries in to me.

If you’re still on the fence about entering, let met remind you of 51 reasons why you should:

  • It’s super easy.
  • $50 for drinks and food from the legendary Piper’s Pub (or if you’re out of town, $50 to spend at your own legendary local restaurant).

A little while after the games tip off at noon, I’ll post the list of our entries, so we can begin following along (and to ensure that I got everyone’s entries, because I usually miss one in the last-minute rush).

One more time, boys and girls:

  • Free.
  • Easy.
  • Deadline is noon Friday.
  • Fifty bucks at Piper’s for the winner.

You know what to do.

2 Comments

  1. The day the brackets came out I completed one quickly, without any research or thought (other than no number 1s in the Final Four). After I looked at my selections, I figured there was no chance of winning (hell, I might even Blutarsky). All week I had the intention of putting in some effort for a real bracket (I’m sure you know about intentions and what road it paves). It’s a little more than an hour before deadline, and no extra work has gone into selections, so you get my original choices:
    Virginia over Colorado
    West Virginia over Arkansas
    Virginia
    Final score total 124

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  2. Gonzaga, Alabama, Baylor and Illinois
    Gonzaga and Baylor
    Baylor
    150
    F the Mutant Twins

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