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Sandwich Supremacy: Voting Begins in the Sherman Hemsley Division

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The toughest road to the finals goes through The Sherman Hemsley Division.
The toughest road to the finals goes through The Sherman Hemsley Division.

Yesterday, we kicked off the Sandwich Supremacy voting in the Seth Green Division, and most of the matchups ended up a tight race. The only easy fight saw Nick's Roast Beef demolish Campo's Stockyard in the 1 vs 16 face-off, and the Paesano's namesake sandwich had a fairly easy time with underdog Wawa's Meatball Hoagie. But, it took the tweeting of Questlove to save Melino's from an early bow out, and in the upset of the day, the Butcher & Singer Burger took out Paesano's Bolognese Sandwich.

Today we enter the insanity that is The Sherman Hemsley Division, which most people believe is the heavy-hitter of the whole tourney. Matchup highlights include Steve's Prince of Steaks taking on The Royal Angus Burger, and The Good Dog Burger squaring off against newcomer Hot Diggity's old school Philly Surf and Turf. Top-seeded DiNic's Roast Pork makes it's debut, as well as heavy-favorite McNally's Schmitter. Got all that? Good.

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Poll results


Poll results


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Poll results

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