…Wage War

With all the excitement this Thursday over our special Thursday edition of Flick Friday, 2WC may have neglected a certain bit of madness going on in the world.  Today we will right that wrong, by letting you join in on our friendly competition.

March Madness: The Battle of the 2WC Brackets

Battle may be a strong word.  It’s more like a friendly competition…among those of us who are not winning. But aren’t games more fun when everyone wins?  It’s not about who wins or loses, it’s how you play the game?

No.  Our apologies, that’s just not true. While good sportsmanship is lovely.  Games are more fun when you win.  It sounds horrible and uber-competitive but it’s true.

So here’s to fun and competitive March Madness, full of upsets (curse you Mizzou you are dead to me (love, Stephanie)).

Feel free to join in with your own picks, losses and victories.  Just try to be kind (we can’t all be winners…SLU, I’m talking to you (Zer)).




…just for fun:

…yes, this is real:

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Bets says:

    I think Steph has a shot to win this one…..of course she would have a better shot if The Jayhawks were winning that final game.


  2. OMC says:

    Brackets are just about playing the game. Especially if someone else pays the entry fee


  3. Uncle Fuzzy says:

    Brackets are meant to be busted. That’s why we all look forward to March Madness. And Stephanie, do you know why clocks in Missouri only have 56 minutes? … Because they can never make it to the final four. Words to live by, or at least play the bracket by.


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