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NCAA Bracket Watch: 16-0

VIEW MY UPDATED BRACKET

In case you haven’t noticed, you can click the above link to view my bracket, and in the first day of play I picked all 16 games correct. Yes, thankfully Duke survived Belmont. Yes, thankfully I picked the one big upset of the day (11 seed winning) with Michael Beasley and Kansas State beating up on the pretty boys over at USC with OJ Mayo.

I even picked the other upset in those tough 8-9 games with Texas A&M taking care of BYU.

And as you know, 16-0 isn’t total perfection. Just ask the Patriots. 🙁

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2 comments for “NCAA Bracket Watch: 16-0”

  1. […] NCAA >> Bracket Watch […]

    Posted by C’s Complete Texas Triangle | Sports of Boston | March 21, 2008, 3:34 am
  2. Well if you go 19-0…you’d be perfect.

    And if you get the bracket completely right (nearly impossible), we’d have to accuse you of cheating.

    Posted by Dave | March 21, 2008, 12:53 pm

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