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March 30, 2010

TLP Bracket Challenge Update — And Then There Were Two

by Brad Warbiany

The NCAA Tournament has been one of the most exciting in recent memory, with more major upsets than just about anyone could have rationally expected. As such, even prior to the Final Four, we’ve seen just about every entrant in the Liberty Papers Bracket Challenge go bust. Below are the standings:

1. Nate McHugh – 277
2. Brad Warbiany – 262
3. Brad Porter – 254
4. liberty for kids – 253
5. nic stersic – 248
10. William Satterwhite – 231

Why did I include the #10 spot? Because the competition can now only be won by Nate McHugh or William Satterwhite. Everyone else is mathematically eliminated.

Nate has Kansas [eliminated] winning the whole thing; William has Duke. With Nate’s big lead, all he needs to do to win is for Duke *not* to win the whole thing. He doesn’t need WVU to beat Duke, he simply needs Duke to lose either against WVU or in the championship game. William needs Duke to win out, which would give him a two-point advantage and the win in the final standings.

Good luck Nate, and good luck William.

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  1. Best tourney ever. Only Butler winning it all will make it better.

    Comment by l4k — March 31, 2010 @ 5:11 am
  2. I’m amazed I still pulled out a respectable showing, seeing as how I got nearly everything after the second round wrong (Damn you A&M! Damn you Baylor!) Crazy tournament this year.

    Comment by BradPorter — April 5, 2010 @ 8:34 am

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