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March 18, 2014

Still time to sign up for The Huntsville Item’s March Madness challenge

HUNTSVILLE — There’s still one more day before March Madness arrives.

That means there’s still time to sign up for the Huntsville Item’s Bracket challenge.

So far six players have signed up, but as the old adage goes, the more the merrier.

In order to sign up, visit http://itembracketchallenge2014.mayhem.cbssports.com/e?ttag=BPM14_fb_cbsinv and enter the password Itemsports2014 (just as it’s shown here), then have fun picking your bracket through the six rounds of the tournament all the way through the national championship. Up to five brackets can be entered per person.

The winner will received any combination of eight tickets to Bearkat baseball games (maximum of four per game) for the remaining home games following the NCAA national championship game. Those are midweek games against Baylor (April 8) and Houston (April 15) as well as weekend series against Abilene Christian (April 11-13), Southeastern Louisiana (April 25-27), Stephen F. Austin (May 2-4) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (May 15-17).

We had a few problems earlier this week when we previously earlier posted about our bracket challenge, but we’ve worked out the kinks. If there are any problems, however, feel free to email us at huntsvilleitemsports@gmail.com or call us at (936) 295-5407, extension 3017. Most importantly, have fun everybody.

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