Edit: Instructions on joining the MacRumors Pool: To clarify for everybody. To join the group (which is apparently limited to 50, so if we get more we'll start a MacRumors2! group) follow the link to the Tournament Pick-Em page: http://tournament.fantasysports.yahoo.com/ From there, you will probably have to sign in (perhaps even create a Yahoo! ID if you don't have one) and accept the terms and conditions. I got a little confused because I had to set up my picks list before actually joining a group. Once your pick list is set up, then you can choose to join a group (it will be pretty obvious how to do it). To join: Group Number: 4056 Password: emw Once you've joined, go to Group Home to see the list of others that have entered picks. Also, once you've joined you can use http://tournament.fantasysports.yahoo.com/men/group/4056 to go right to the ranking page. Good Luck, everybody!! ------- Now you could say that this thread is a little early, but given that Penn is already in, and selection Sunday is only 11 days away and we need to prepare, I think it's a perfect time. Now I don't know if anything like this has been done in the past, since I joined after the last tournament, but have we ever done a "for fun pool"? Obviously no money would exchange hands, but I was trying to think of a way to have a fun MacRumors NCAA pool. I would be willing to host people's picks on my web server. I couldn't really come up with any slick interface, but I could house the files and make the directory available for uploading picks. I could also take the final tournament bracket and turn it into a PDF form that people could fill out electronically and upload. We could then leave my "depository" open for people's picks until the tournament starts, then lock it down. We'd then do daily tournament updates to see who's the best prognosticator. Any thoughts? If this is a bad idea, mods, let me know. Otherwise, let's have some fun!