2013-14 Card Chronicle LCPT Final 4: The NCAA Tournament Selection Committee Vs. Marc Summers

Only one can advance to the biggest event in the un-cooldom world. You decide who that will be.

THE NCAA TOURNAMENT SELECTION COMMITTEE

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HOW THEY GOT HERE:

Defeated Mike Mayock 72%-28% (1,002-383) in the quarterfinals

RAP SHEET:

--Dealt Louisville a No. 4 seed when the major debate heading into Selection Sunday was whether or not the Cards deserved to be a one seed.

--Also placed Louisville in the toughest region in recent memory, with their arch-rival and perhaps worst matchup in the field just two rounds away.

--Selection Committee chair Ron Wellman said that Louisville "looked like a one seed" and admitted that the Midwest was the toughest region, but never really offered any legitimate justification for either occurrence.

--A tournament which was atrociously seeded overall culminated with a seven and an eight seed playing for the national title, easily the highest combined seeding of any championship game in tournament history.

VS.

MARC SUMMERS

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HOW THEY GOT HERE:

Defeated Texas 50%-50% (800-798) in the quarterfinals

RAP SHEET:

--Former host of Nickelodeon's "Double Dare" and "What Would You Do," and current host of "Unwrapped" on the Food Network.

--On March 26, he was chosen as the random celebrity fans should tweet at for a prediction on the Louisville/Kentucky Sweet 16 game.

--Single-handedly sealed U of L's fate by picking the Wildcats to win on what turned out to be "Marc Summers Day."

--Promptly took on the entire Louisville fan base on Twitter and made fun of my tie.

In 24 hours, one moves on and one goes home.

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