Paul Lo Duca spent a good chunk of his Monday meticulously updating the NCAA tournament pool charts hanging in the home clubhouse at Space Coast Stadium.
There he was in the morning, down on the floor, using a metal rod to help make sure the lines he drew were straight. And there he was in the afternoon, up on a stool, filling in the points accrued by teammates with their picks.
I run the basketball pool for my firm so, along with my utter inability to contribute anything positive to a major league team, that makes two things Lo Duca and I have in common. I sort of enjoy being like Lo Duca. Maybe I should start paying my drug dealer with checks too.