Eight is Enough

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Memphis Madness continues ... and our bracket -- in which we had Justin Timberlake and A C Wharton meeting in the Championships -- is broken.

Sleeper agent Ginnifer Goodwin kicked Timberlake to the curb with a close, close loss (50.9 percent to 49.1 percent).

Other results of our non-so-sweet 16? Al Green and his church took care of The Killer with a solid three to one margin.

In the match-up between weatherman Dave Brown and defense attorney Leslie Ballin, it was Dave Brown all the way.

Flyer senior editor John Branston continued his run of media personalities, adding CA columnist Geoff Calkins to his list of victims. (It also includes blogger Paul Ryburn; Flyer political columnist Jackson Baker withdrew from Round One while voting was still going on, declaring support for his colleague.)

A C Wharton, as expected, defeated the FBI's My Harrison and Judge Joe Brown, who stayed around much longer than we expected him to, was solidly sent away by FedEx Founder Fred Smith.

And the Neelys grilled up the Zoo's Chuck Brady.

One contest still seems up in the air, however. In the last round, Tigers basketball coach John Calipari defeated congressman Steve Cohen. But if Calipari decides to relocate, say to Kentucky, he forfeits his bracket status, leaving Cohen to move on.

Voting begins Thursday.

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