Every March, 60 million Americans or more fill out NCAA brackets, predicting the winner of the men’s basketball championship. A good percentage are doing it to be part of the pop culture phenomenon, not because they are sports fans, and this fact leads to mind-numbing confusion about the championship and the office pool.
The second place national winner for the CBS Local Bracket Challenge in the NCAA Tournament had actually never done any kind of brackets before, but Lija Koch listened to her dad growing up, and apparently had the instincts to win the second biggest prize in the nation.
As the Bay Area braces itself to see how far Stanford will go in the NCAA Tournament, a computer programmed by CBS Local Sports has already predicted the Cardinal’s fate, and that of all 64 teams, showing Louisville going all the way to beat Florida in the final championship game that occurs in real life Sunday, April 6th.
March Madness is a lifeline in an otherwise barren winter sports calendar, an essential bridge between football and baseball
What’s The Last Moment To Fill Out NCAA Tournament Brackets? Different Deadlines For March Madness Pools, Contests
With games being played this week, even as you fill out your brackets for your office pool, or a national contest, many people are confused about when they are due, and the answer to that can be even more confusing. Note the different deadlines for getting your brackets in…
What will you be doing at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 16th? Watch the NCAA Selection Show on KPIX 5, and click these links…
Finally, the moment we have all been waiting for, March Madness! A time were everyone will be putting all their attention into college basketball as the 1st round of the NCAA tournament kicks off Thursday March 21st.