We need more people to go vote. For some reason today, you can vote over and over without having to clear the browsing history. This allows you to vote very quickly. The link is at the top of the Front Page of the site.
We are slipping little by little but this has happened to us in weeks past and we have come through. DO NOT get discouraged. Keep voting (and we can multiple times today without deleting cookies). Show the same fight our atheletes do on the field and court!!
"These are my new shoes. They're good shoes. They won't make you rich like me, they won't make you rebound like me, they definitely won't make you handsome like me. They'll only make you have shoes like me. That's it." - Charles Barkley
If we can get through the semi finals, I think we'll win. Right now, all 3 schools are voting against us. Cocky of course is voting against us but the other two schools need to pick between Cy and Cocky and Cy had the Bye last week. If we get through the semis, we'll only have 1 team voting against us instead of 3. We can win this but it will take lot of voters going strong. Late night is a great time to make gains.
How often do they update the vote total on the schedule? I saw the the total at 36,454, then voted three times without clearing the cookies and then checked the total. It was the same. Is it possible that we are wasting the votes if we don't clear the cookies? Or is it merely that they don't update the totals in real-time?
If two people disagree, it is impossible for them both to be right but quite possible they both are wrong.
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