September 24, 2022

Going Concern March Madness #BusySeasonProblems: Waking Up Early vs. Guilt Trips Goes into Overtime

Incredible. But I suppose this was bound to happen in such a hotly contested tournament.

We had a tie at the end of regulation in the Life Region Final between #1 seed Waking Up Early and #2 Loved ones' guilt trips. 

Since GCMMBSP has no official rules for this kind of scenario, we'll just extend the voting through the end of today. If you don't like it, then you can volunteer to be on next year's rule committee. 

We'll get to the Final Four starting tomorrow. Now if you haven't already, vote, damn you!  

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Here's the revised GCMMBSP schedule:
March 31 –Final Four
April 2 — Championship

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