Rock Chalk Blog NCAA Tournament Bracket Challenge!

You may have no chance of beating Daniel Cunningham, but that’s no reason not to join!

This is an open invitation to all readers of Rock Chalk Blog and all listeners of the Inside the Paint podcast to join the 2015 Rock Chalk Blog NCAA Tournament Bracket Challenge! One click grants you entry to our bracket pool, and five minutes is all it takes to submit your picks. Limit one entry per person. Official scoring procedure can be found on the ESPN Tournament Challenge Home Page.

Click HERE to join the 2015 Rock Chalk Blog NCAA Tournament Challenge!

The winner will receive a to-be-determined prize directly from the hosts of the Inside the Paint Podcast. Who knows, maybe we’ll all sign a copy of “Bounce Back” by John Calipari. A definite prize that will be sent to the winner is a 3’x5′ Kansas Jayhawks flag from cvsflags.com, like the one shown here. (Prize shipping limited to the continental United States.) A prize will also be given to the user with the funniest/most creative entry name! Come up with something that has to do with Inside the Paint, KU, or John Calipari for bonus points!

Prize from cvsflags.com: a 3'x5' Kansas Jayhawks flag!
Prize from cvsflags.com: a 3’x5′ Kansas Jayhawks flag!

An interview with the pool champion will also be featured on the season-finale episode of Inside the Paint. Last year, podcast hosts Ryan Landreth (7th of 35 participants) and Joshua Brisco (8th) both did fairly well, but nobody in the pool got a team in the national championship game right. Ah, March!

If you have any questions about the competition, contact landrethryan@yahoo.com or comment on this article. Good luck, but just know that considering the hot streak Daniel is on at picking games, we may already all be screwed.

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Ryan Landreth

I’m a recent graduate of MidAmerica Nazarene University. In addition to writing for Rock Chalk Blog, I host the Inside the Paint podcast that covers KU basketball, and I write for Royals Review in the summer. My grandma has had season tickets to Jayhawk basketball for 30 years, and I have the privilege of going to most games with her.