With "Senior Reporter" Travis lost somewhere in the Australian outback, it's been left to me, Matt Barnwell, non-Senior Reporter here at The Telegraph, to recap events in this little Unnamed Political Tourney (clever name, I know). Round 3 is now underway.
Sixteen politicians enter, one politician leaves.
At first, none of the contests were even close. The top seeds cruised to victory in the first round more easily than barbecue sliding down the gullet of a Middle Georgia politician.
But the upsets were a-brewin' in Round 2: Republican stalwarts Sonny Perdue and Charlie Bishop went head-to-head. That was bad news for Sonny. (Hey, after Bishop's nemesis - Bibb Commissioner Joe Allen - missed out on the field of 16, the chairman had to find someone to throttle.)
And the all-Houston County "Battle of the Larrys" over in the Fort Hawkins bracket sent the lesser experienced politicians packing. No word yet on whether there will be an appeal of Walker's eligibility to participate in the first place.
All this has set up an intriguing semi-final: Can Charlie "Guv-slayer" Bishop take down Dublin's DuBose Porter, the man-who-maybe-could-be-governor in 2010? And now that Staton has bested one Walker, how will he fare against another?
It's all up to you...