Beat Homer in the Chiefs Basketball Challenge to Win Prizes

By Peoria Chiefs | March 14, 2014 4:34 PM ET

  Did you know that Homer, the Peoria Chiefs mascot, is a college basketball expert? Well he is and he is bored from beating Chiefs front office staff members year after year after year. This March he wants a challenge and is calling out Chiefs fans throughout the nation.

     Think you can beat Homer? Enter your bracket into the Chiefs Challenge (Peoria Chiefs 2014) pool on (password: GoChiefs) and see if you have what it takes to dethrone Homer. The top three finishers will win the following prizes (1st place gets first choice, 2nd place gets second choice and 3rd place gets third choice):

  • A Luxury Suite for a Chiefs regular season game in 2014 (15 tickets, 4 parking passes, All-you-can-eat buffet for 90 minutes that includes Grilled Hamburgers, Grilled Hot Dogs, Homemade Mac & Cheese, Baked Beans, Homemade Chips & Dip, cookies, cans of soda & bottles of water. Date to be mutually agreed upon)
  • Two six (6) game plans
  • V.I.P. experience including watching BP on the field and 4 seats behind home plate for a 2014 Chiefs game (Date to be mutually agreed upon)

Official Rules: By joining the Chiefs Basketball Challenge pool, bracket owners agree to the official rules. Owners may enter one bracket into the pool. Owners may join or leave the group until the round of 64 has started.'s default scoring system will be used to determine the winners. In the event of a tie, a coin flip will determine the winner. Winners will be notified and given further instructions via the Message Center. Winners must be present at the Chiefs front office to claim their prizes. Dates for catered suite and V.I.P. experience winners are subject to availability. Prizes are non-transferable.

How to Enter: Click here to go to the Chiefs Basketball Challenge pool on Sign in or register your username if you do not already have one. Click "GET STARTED" and follow the on-screen instructions. Your bracket will be available to fill out following the announcement of the field on Sunday.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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