The field is set
And there you are
You’re picking all your upsets
You’re a bracket star
And all the years
no one knows
just how hard you worked
but now it shows…
IN ONE SHINING MOMENT
A SHIRT’S ON THE LINE
ONE SHINING MOMENT
YOU’RE A HERO ONLINE
Okay, so the West Virginia Mountaineers came up short in the championship game of the Big 12 Conference Tournament for the second straight year. Whatever. We all know it’s the regular season title that matters in this league, and we’ve got it in our cross-hairs for next season. But there’s something else that’s more enticing right in front of us. A NCAA men’s basketball National Championship. That’s the focus now. Get through Bucknell and whoever else stands in our way, and it’s there for the taking.
You know what else is there for the taking? A Nike West Virginia University t-shirt. It’s out there with your name on it. All you have to do is prove you’re the best of the best when it comes to filling out a March Madness bracket.
SB Nation has partnered up with Yahoo! to be their official bracket pool manager, and The Smoking Musket is getting in on the fun. Slide over to our bracket pool and join up, make your picks and feel free to invite your friends. The more the merrier.
Of course, as with any contest, there are rules. Stuff like only one entry per person, you must be a legal resident of the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec), no Pitt fans allowed. You know. The usual. Smoking Musket staff and contributors are excluded from winning the t-shirt, but we will most certainly try to finish with the best bracket for street cred. In the event one of us wins the bracket pool, the t-shirt will go to the top non-staff member.
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