Five thousand votes separate the the competitors. Voting closes at the end of the AFC game. Can you do any less?
If there were any questions about how seriously some are taking SHOTY 2008, look no further than KAKE, an ABC affiliate in Kansas, which devoted an entire segment to Baby Mangino's "championship" run.
We have reached the SHOTY Final. It's probably the one we should have expected all along.
Welcome back, everybody. It's 2009. Crazy. Time to make your voice heard, while you can.
The second Final Four matchup is here; there is no third-place game, because third place games are for losers.
Welcome back, everybody. Some of you worked last Friday, some of you still aren't back at work today. But whatever, it's SHOTY time, time to wake up, people.
Congratulations to our four finalists in the 2008 Sportshuman of the Year tournament. They've all earned it, in their own way.
It's the battle of people who have yelled at me in public. Woo-hoo! It's just like hanging out with my dad when I was a teenager. Why wasn't my dad nominated?
To be honest, I'm a little surprised by this matchup: Caitlin Davis seemed to have solid upset potential, and Erin Andrews ... well, I guess you can't underestimate the power of the sideboob.
It's the final first round matchup, and it's a fun one, methinks. Ah, if only these two pictures could somehow be combined. Anyway, this is the last time with a new matchup. So everybody vote. Yes, please, Facebook people too.
It's the day before Thanksgiving, and it's difficult to imagine much that would be more enjoyable than voting in the 2008 Deadspin Sportshuman Of The Year tournament. Like you're doing any work today anyway. In fact, you're probably not even in the office right now. Are you reading this from the future? Voting will…