Since a lot of people can’t print at home, there was a push for an editable PDF of the Fug Madness bracket (here is our post announcing the contenders, by the way). I don’t have Acrobat, so I had to noodle around for some online tools that would help do it, and BY GEORGE I THINK I’VE GOT IT. Click this link and it should open for you in a new window. To use it — and yes, I’m being specific for my mother and mother-in-law, although Mom has a printer, but I’d rather she use her paper for her Times Cryptics STAY HOME MOM I LOVE YOU — click into each text field and type the name of your projected winner, and when you’ve filled out the whole thing, save it by clicking the downward-pointing arrow icon in the top right corner and it’ll download a copy to your computer. You can do this as many times as you like — hey, you might be in an office pool where people get multiple entries — and it might also work to save it first and THEN fill it out, but I haven’t tried that yet.

A Fug National also made an Excel Spreadsheet version, in case you prefer that or want to have one you can stick in Google Docs, or hate seeing my rudimentary graphics and my typos (completely fair). A note: Clicking the link will automatically download the Excel spreadsheet, so don’t be alarmed if that happens (I don’t know how to make it NOT do that) and don’t click it unless you’re cool with that. Here is the Excel link.

YAY EDITABLE BRACKETS. Thank you to everyone who inspired me to up my damn game this year. Except for COVID-19, which gets none of my gratitude.