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Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Northwestern

Wisconsin

Parkside

Notre Dame

Penn State

Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Simon Fraser

Missouri

Syracuse

Northern Arizona

Southern Cal

AMAZING concepts you put together...

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Minnesota

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

Boston College

Alabama

Penn State

UNC Greensboro

Wright State

TCU

Simon Fraser

Mizzou

Syracuse

NAU

USC

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Zaga

Michigan

Minnesota

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

BC

Bama

Penn State

BYU

Lousiville

Texas Tech

Duke

Mizzou

Towson

NAU USC

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Midwest:

Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

East:

Wisconsin

Boston College

Alabama (Karenia brevis bloom)

Penn State

South:

UNC Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Duke

West:

Missouri

Towson

Northern Arizona

Southern California

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

Boston College

Alabama

Penn State

UNC Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Duke

Mizzou

Towson

NAU

USC

Great job, everyone. Thought I'd get at least a few votes for the blue court. B)

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Gonzaga

Pittsburgh

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

Boston College

Notre Dame (Tough to pick against Bama, but I love this design for Notre Dame)

Penn State

UNC-G

Louisville

Texas Tech

Duke

Missouri

Syracuse (Probably my favorite of all)

Northern Arizona

USC (toughest matchup IMO, I would like to vote for both!)

Great Job to everyone!

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Gonzaga

Pitt

Ohio (fav of this regional)

CMU

Wisky

BC

Bama (my #3 fav - amazing, love the simplicity)

Penn State

UNC-Greensboro

Louisville

TxTech (fav of this regional)

Duke

Mizzou

Cuse (My #1 overall - love the blocks as a design element, this is amazing)

NAU (My#2 overall - I love the plaid, worked in well with the design. I hate that these two will meet next round)

East Carolina

West region is def looking like the toughest...

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Before I get to my votes, I've got to say that a lot of these match-ups were TOUGH -- there were some truly gorgeous designs paired against each other. Great work by all!

Quinnipiac

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

Boston College

Alabama

Penn State

NC Greensboro

Wright State

Texas Tech

Simon Fraser

Oregon

Towson

Northern Arizona

ECU (just as a note, this was BY FAR the toughest of the 16 matchups to decide)

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Minnesota

Central Michigan

Miss State

Boston College

Notre Dame

Penn State

UNC-Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Simon Fraser

Missouri

Towson

NAU

Looks like the boss is making me vote USC --> excellent work here Fifty; loved what you created! Means a lot to have voters saying it was one of the toughest decisions in the contest.

- Really good stuff everyone, lots of tough draws! West bracket looks like a dog fight, just what you expect from a region that has both Adam and Doug!

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Mich.

Wisconsin

Boston College

Notre Dame

Penn St.

UNC-Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Simon Fraser

Missouri

Syracuse (but Towson is really good too)

Northern Arizona

USC

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

BC

Bama

PSU

NC Greensboro

Louisville

(Abstain)

Duke

Mizzou

Syracuse

NAU

ECU

I don't expect to get far because a lot of these are just so well done! I just hope to attain something from all this creativity so kudos to everyone else for their efforts

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Hey guys, thanks for voting! Can you vote on your match up just so the number of results are the same? It really shouldn't matter looking at the scores.

Also Chris/Fifty since you both abstained from voting, i'll just add to each total.

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gonzaga

michigan

minnisota

Central Michigan

wisconsin

bc

notre dame

penn satate

uscg

lousville

texas tech

duke

OREGON

syracuse

nau

east carolina

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Heads up, you voted for Penn State twice instead of Central Michigan/Northwestern

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Zaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Miss State

BC

ND

Penn State

UNCG

L'Ville

TTU

Simon Fraser

Mizzou

Cuse

NAU

ECU

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

Boston College

Alabama

Penn State

UNC-Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Simon Frasier

Oregon

Townson

Northern Arizona

USC

Wow, some really great stuff here.

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Quinnipiac

Michigan

Minnesota

Northwestern

Wisconsin

Boston College

Notre Dame

Penn State

UNC-Greensboro

Louisville

TCU

Simon Fraser

Missouri

Towson

Connecticut

East Carolina

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Voting between Gonzaga and Quinnipiac was very hard, so I'm not going to cast a vote for them, because they both tie IMO.

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

BC

Bama

Penn State

UNC-Greensboro

Louisville

Texas Tech

Duke

Oregon

Syracuse

NAU

USC

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Gonzaga

Michigan

Ohio

Central Michigan

Wisconsin

Boston College

Alabama

Penn State

UNC Greensboro (Honorable mention for BYU, unfortunate seeding for a great concept)

Louisville

Texas Tech

Simon Fraser

Missouri

Towson

Northern Arizona

East Carolina

I most liked the simple, clean, classy looks, but some phenomenal over-the-top designs as well (UNCG, East Carolina, etc.)

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