They said Louisville couldn't beat Florida. They said Boise State couldn't beat Oklahoma. They said six distinct teams couldn't all beat USC one after the other and without ceasing.
But upsets happen. No. 18 Popeyes astounded No. 2 In-N-Out, 53 percent to 47 percent, early Thursday morning to close out the College Food Fight Tournament's Sw-EAT Sixteen. And that wasn't the only pilfering. No. 10 Steak n Shake somehow convinced people it's more edible than No. 7 Culvers, wonders never cease, while No. 9 Five Guys slipped past worthy foe No. 8 Sonic.
A new world is upon us. A SEC joint is favored in every matchup on the board. What are you going to do about it?
You can check rules and proceedings here. Below is the bracket, updated to account for the wave of shockers all across the land, followed by the polls for the El-EAT Eight's matches. Also, BONUS BEER QUESTION below, and if comments aren't loading, try refreshing, as there's a lot going on on this page.
Polls will once again remain open until midnight Pac-12 time, though that will not do anything to ease the swell of pain and regret our friends to the west will feel about what's been lost.
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