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You’re Busting My Bracket, Brad

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Rounds one and two are over, and the rubble has settled. The fakers have been exposed, and the Cinderfellas have emerged. So, how good are the ScienceBloggers at picking college basketball games? Kevin Vranes (I think) is currently sitting in first place, but two of his final four teams (Kansas and North Carolina) have already been knocked out. I’m in a tie for third with Ed Brayton (I think) and two other folks whose identity I cannot discern. I managed to get 11 of the 16 teams remaining correct and all of my final four teams (Duke, UCLA, UConn, and Boston College) are still alive, but I’ve got some major work to do if I want to catch the leader. I’ll update you again once the next rounds are completed.

For a guy that died over 200 years ago, George Mason sure can ball.

Comments

  1. #1 J-Dog
    March 20, 2006

    I feel for all you bracketeers this year! This is the first year in a long time I haven’t done a bracket – and I am glad I didn’t! Living in Big Ten Country, by now I would have 2 brackets totally wiped out, and no chance at winning. Sometimes the best way to double your money is to fold it over and put it back in your pocket… Wait Till Next Year!

  2. #2 Anthony Kaltner
    March 20, 2006

    go ppsse’s!!! (promotor proximal short sequence elements know how to pick em!)

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