Cold weather causes depression, right, and depression makes better writers? No. This round, whatever city’s average high is closer to 72 degrees will advance!
Game 1: UNLV Vs. Montana
Las Vegas clocks in at an average high of 79.9 degrees, but it’s a dry heat! Missoula’s high is 56.7. Vegas!
Game 2: Alabama Vs. LSU
Two southern schools – WHAT WILL HAPPEN? Tuscaloosa has an average high of 76, whereas Baton Rouge has an average high of 77.
Alabama advances in a nailbiter.
Game 3: NYU Vs. Sarah Lawrence
These cities are close, obviously, so this will be close. New York has an average high of 61.7, and Bronxville has an average high of 63.5.
Sarah Lawrence eliminates NYU
Game 4: Wash U. St. Louis Vs. Purdue
Agh, I’m so bored of this, but I have terrible OCD and need to finish! St. Louis has an average high of 65.7, and Lafayette, Indiana has an average high of 62 so NO DICE PURDUE!
Wash U. St. Louis advances!
Game 5: New Mexico Vs. San Diego State
Albuquerque’s high averages at 70.4, whereas San Diego’s high is around 70.8. Yikes!
San Diego State advances to Egregious Eight!
Game 6: Florida State Vs. UNC Wilmington
Tallanasty has a high around 79.5, and Wilmington clocks in at 74. Ah, nuts! There goes my alma mater.
UNC Wilmington eliminates FSU.
Game 7: New School Vs. New Hampshire
New York, as mentioned above, has an average high of 61.7, and Durham, NH, has an average temperature of 58.7.
New School advances.
Game 8: Houston Vs. Minnesota
Houston, where I presently reside, has an average high of 79.7, and St. Paul has an average high of 55.5.
Houston wins because it’s not (that) miserable here!
Here’s the updated chart etc.! We’ll get through this together, don’t worry.