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It’s NCAA Tournament Time again. Traditionally around this time of year after the brackets were handed out, Orange::44 then editor-in-chief Matt Glaude and the staff of this notebook would participate in a bracket challenge for pride and a round of drinks at homecoming. Now, Matt has moved on to Hoya Suxa, but our love for lacrosse and degenerate wagering on sporting events lives on. This time, instead of just his fellow bloggers here at Orange::44, he has opened up the bracket challenge to everyone, fans and bloggers alike. Head on over to Hoya Suxa here, download the spread sheet, make your picks, follow the instructions, and email that puppy back in to Matt and see if you know more about lacrosse than him, me, or the other dozens of lacrosse fans out there. With only a 16 team field, it should be tough making a few of the picks already. I have to warn you, I am pretty good at this bracket. Much better than say a Big East Tournament Bracket.

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