AOL Sports presents: Why Fans Love Sports
We understand -- your bracket is in shambles. Middle Tennessee? Yale? It's okay. It's not your fault.
To help restore that early March Madness jubilee, we've drawn up a totally different field of 64 -- but this time, you're the one deciding who moves on.
Separated into four "regions," we're out to discover what today's sports fans love the most.
"Moments" features the top sports feat of each year in the new millennium. "Athletes" follows a similar structure. "Memes" ranks our favorite sports-driven Internet sharables, and "Reactions" does the same with classic athlete celebrations, dances and the like.
The result will be a Final Four unlike ever before, eventually pitting a meme or reaction against a moment or athlete, determining what today's sports fans love the most.
To vote, keep your eyes peeled to @AOLSports on Twitter, where we'll be tweeting the official polls throughout the week.
Keep scrolling to find the full bracket, as well as a full voting schedule and live polls for the Round of 64.
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(1) Lambeau Leap vs. (16) Westbrook's Gun Show
(2) MJ Shrug vs. (15) Steph Curry Assuming His Shots Go In
(3) Joey Bat Flips vs. (14) Victor Cruz's Salsa
(4) Iverson Stomps Over Lue vs. (13) *Pick Your Own Ochocinco Dance*
(5) Randy Moss Moons Green Bay vs. (12) Onions
(6) Mutombo Finger Wag vs. (11) Money Manziel
(7) T.O. in the Cowboys Star vs. (10) Dab
(8) Brandy Chastain loses her jersey vs. (9) Ray Lewis Dance
(1) Crying Jordan vs. (16) Wilmer Flores gets emotional
(2) Tom Brady's sad sketch vs. (15) Clown Question, Bro
(3) Everything Riley Curry does vs. (14) Discount Double Check
(4) Practice...? vs. (13) I'm Just Here So I Won't Get Fined
(5) PLAYOFFS?!? vs. (12) That time DeAndre Jordan sparked an emoji war
(6) Butt Fumble vs. (11) Can't Wait!
(7) You play to win the game! vs. (10) ?? Nick Young ??
(8) Tim Howard saves everything vs. (9) The Bears are who we thought they were!
(1) Michael Phelps, 2008 vs. (16) LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
The greatest American Olympics performance of all time, pitted against a 28-touchdown, 1,800-yard season for the former Chargers running back.
(2) Barry Bonds, 2001 vs. (15) Sidney Crosby, 2007
In 2001, Barry Bonds hit 73 home runs -- a record unlikely to ever be approached ever again. In 2007, a 19-year-old Sidney Crosby registered 120 points for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
(3) LeBron James, 2013 vs. (14) Carlos Beltran, 2005
Perhaps the peak season of LeBron James' prime culminated in a championship for Miami -- 28 points, eight rebounds and seven assists on 57 percent shooting. But remember Carlos Beltran's record-breaking postseason tear with the Houston Astros in 2005?
(4) Shaun Alexander, 2005 vs. (13) Kevin Durant, 2014
Remember when Shaun Alexander scored 27 touchdowns and took his team to a Super Bowl? Seems like decades ago. You'll probably have an easier time remembering KD's MVP campaign of 2014.
(5) Randy Johnson, 2002 vs. (12) Miguel Cabrera, 2012
Randy Johnson's 24 wins in 2002 -- to go along with a 2.32 ERA and 334 strikeouts, was worthy of a Cy Young. But how does it compare with a Triple Crown?
(6) Serena Williams, 2015 vs. (11) Tom Brady, 2003
Serena's dominance of yesteryear is fresh in everyone's memories, but Tom Brady's championship 2003 season -- while he was just a few years removed from being a backup -- was one for the ages.
(7) Kobe Bryant, 2010 vs. (10) Drew Brees, 2009
In 2010, Kobe Bryant took home his final NBA title after averaging 27 points per game. A year prior, Drew Brees put up a season that culminated in a championship for the New Orleans Saints.
(8) Aaron Rodgers, 2011 vs. (9) Tiger Woods, 2000
Aaron Rodgers threw for 48 touchdowns in 2011 before winning a championship. In 2000, Tiger Woods won nine of his 20 events, including three majors, taking home more than $9 million in winnings.