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The 2013 Burger Bracket Is Full, But We Still Need Judges

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Thanks to you, all four categories for our 2013 Burger Bracket have been filled up. We'll announce those brackets very soon, but for now we need your help once again.

As with prior years, the 2013 Burger Bracket will be narrowed in a March Madness-style breakdown from the Sweet 16 burgers to the Final Four competitors by four teams of able-stomached judges. Each team will be required to have four people -- men, women or children -- willing to commit to a few weeks of rigorous burger testing, undercover and on the sly. The Houston Press will reimburse all burger-related expenses for each team member, and the four teams will have seats of honor at the Final Four showdown this March.

If this sounds like a mission you're willing to undertake, round up three other team members and give the most eloquent one a keyboard.

Leave a comment below explaining why you and your group would be ideal judges for the Burger Bracket (and remember to leave a valid email address so we can contact you). You must apply as a team. Please note that your group must be ready and available for burger judging throughout the entire competition; no flakes need apply.

Houston Press editor-in-chief Margaret Downing will choose the four teams from the comments below and we will notify them of their judging duties by Friday, February 15. On the following Monday, February 18, the entire bracket of burgers will be revealed in all its juicy, cheesy, oozy glory. Start your countdown to March Madness now: the 2013 Burger Bracket has once again officially tipped off.

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