Here's what a buddy of mine sent me to post (I haven't taken the time to read the thread but the VEISHEA committee is reading the thread):
Answer #1: If 1000 people show up we're guessing the first round will last about 45 minutes. Which is important if you just want to be part of a World Record (the rules require all participants to stay around for the first round). You can get knocked out by committing a violation like traveling or airballing or just losing.
Answer #2: If 1000 people show up we're projecting about 3.5 to 4 hours for the entire game. There are going to be some big prizes for the winner and other top 10 finishers!
Answer #3: The video was submitted multiple times to Sportsnation but it never made it on. The biggest problem last year was the video was 30 seconds long; we're planning on doing multiple videos with different times to give them better options this year. We're hoping if we crush the record with a 1000 we will make it on Sportscenter's Top 10.
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