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Word. I’m going to place in this one of these years. Always near the top, but can’t seem to crack the top 3 at the end.
Welcome back Scott. Best of luck.
MAKE SURE TO CHANGE NAME OF YOUR BRACKET TO FIRST AND LAST NAME
If you don’t, your bracket won’t count. We need to know who you are…
First two games in the books, and 12 brackets already missing the perfect score, including defending champion Kyle Kraus
After 16 games of the first round, four brackets select 14 games correct and lead the EKN Tournament Challenge.
Best of luck to everyone on day two of Round One with 16 more games to be played.
Sparty losing definitely makes things interesting. I think there were 11 brackets that had them winning it. They are basically toast, but time will tell. There are a LOT more games to go.
Just a side thought… I thought we were only allowed to have our real first and last names as our entry? I still see some that are not.
Congrats to IKart Indianapolis driver AJ Myers as he currently leads the EKN Tournament Challenge after the first two rounds. He along with four others have Michigan State winning it all, and are expected to fall down the order after the results of the Sweet 16 and Elite 8.
Following the first half of the Sweet Sixteen match-ups, six brackets selected the four game winners correctly, helping to move them up the standings. Casey Graves moves up to the top standings with a perfect score last night, Tim Linthicum and EKN’s own Rob Howden are fighting for podium positions. Looking at the possible points remaining, Brock Weiss is the bracket to beat. #MarchMadness
OH YA!!! GOTTA WIN ME AN EKN SHIRT!!!
Regardless of what happens, just as long as I kick Cole’s ass in this, I’ll be good. 😉
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The Final Four has been decided, and the three leading canidates for the EKN Tournament Challenge are defined heading into the final three games. Eric Bartsch is the lead contender with a North Carolina championship, along with Ryan Ouellette, and Bill Lemke for an Oklahoma title. Bartsch and Ouellette have North Carolina winning it all, with Bartsch having selected Oklahoma into the final game and Ouellette with Villanova. Lemke has North Carolina and Oklahoma into the title game, with the Sooners winning the prize.
Oh. My. God. Wow. Amazing game
So what do I get for 14th?
OH YA!!! Can’t wait for my EKN gear!!!!
Congrats to Ryan Ouellette, Eric Bartsch, Bill Lemke and Jim Brummet who finished on the podium for the EKN Tournament Challenge contest. This year, no bracket selected the winning team. The top-four selected North Carolina to the championship game, however, Lemke had Oklahoma going and winning it all. Ouellette scored the most points over the Challenge, beating out Bartsch by 50 points. Lemke and Brummet each scored 940, and will each be awarded the third place prize package. Congrats to everyone and be sure to enter again next year.
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