Fair warning. There’s a real fiasco apt to be committed in this space Monday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. This not-exactly-telegenic correspondent will conduct, with the aid of esteemed colleague Michael Carvell, a live video chat. Topics are sure to include:
1. Bradley’s Bracket Fiasco, about to enter its 25th year;
2. Bradley’s picks, which will be offered in this space after the NCAA tournament grid is released Sunday night;
3. Bradley’s hair, which is a different style and color than when the Fiasco began in 1988.
Part of me sincerely hopes you’ll watch and partake. Another part of me — the realistic part — would advise you to steer clear of anything having to do with me and live (or even taped) video. But for those brave enough to monitor the doings, you’ll be able to submit questions that morning in the comments section on this dumb little blog and during the chat itself via Facebook. (You’ll have to log in using your Facebook user name and password to participate once we go live.)
About the Fiasco: A bit of history and details of this year’s fabulous prizes can be found here.
About Facebook: If you’d like to become my friend — and I need all of those I can get — you can send me a request here.
About the chat: You can bookmark this link to return, if you dare, for Monday’s festivities. And this much I can say: I’m not much of a TV personality, but Mr. Carvell has great entertainment value. So please join us, even if you have to keep one eye shut.
By Mark Bradley