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QC bracketology

By Michael Weinstein
mweinstein@charlotteobserver.com

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    BOTTOM RIGHT

    Charlotte who, what?

    Charlotte Russe / Queen Charlotte

    Charlotte Bronte / Charlotte Rae

    Charleston, S.C. / Charlotte

    Charlottesville, Va. / Charlotte


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    Teams

    Carolina Panthers / Independence Patriots

    Charlotte Bobcats / Carolina Cougars

    Charlotte Hornets (basketball) / Charlotte Hornets (baseball)

    Charlotte Checkers (ECHL) VS. Charlotte Knights


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    Big news

    Charlotte gets Panthers / Charlotte gets Bobcats

    NationsBank becomes Bank of America / BofA gets Merrill Lynch

    First Union becomes Wachovia / Wachovia gets Golden West Financial

    Charlotte’s downtown / Charlotte’s uptown


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    Mayors

    Sue Myrick / Harvey Gantt

    Eddie Knox / Anthony Foxx

    Pat McCrory (1995-2000) / Pat McCrory (2001-2009)

    John Belk / Ken Harris



To help get you ready for Selection Sunday on March 17, when the NCAA men’s basketball tournament pairings will be announced, we bracketized Charlotte.

We’re pitting some familiar (and not-so-familiar) Charlotte symbols against each other. You get to decide the winners.

What’s your final four?

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