8 Completely Infallible Tips To Filling Out Your March Madness Bracket [Click for more]
Randomly decide that one Conference sucks and keep picking against them. Example: “The Pac-10 is totally overrated. Arizona, UCLA and Oregon aren’t going anywhere. Neither’s Gonzaga. Wait, are they in the Pac-10? Whatever, it’s rainy and mild there, I’m counting it.”
Pick against one school for arbitrary personal reasons. Example: “Screw Georgetown. That school rejected me plus I didn’t want to go there anyway ‘cause their campus was all stupid and goth-looking. Buncha losers, they might lose in the First Round.”
Overrate one team that looked good when you watched them for 10 minutes in December. Example: “You know, I watched New Mexico play USC a little while ago and I’ll tell you, that team is legit. They got some guy, his name’s like… something with a J in it — I saw that dude hit two Threes when I was kinda looking up at the screen at a bar during a work drinks thing. Might put ‘em in my Final Four.”
Pick one completely random giant upset then panic at the last minute and put the Favorite back in. Example: “You know what? I think Duke’s going down. I really do. They’re a little overrated every year, and one high seed always loses before the Sweet Sixteen, and I’m not gonna win this pool unless I do something a little bold, so yeah, I’m doing it, I’m PICKING DUKE TOLOSE!” [3 Minutes Pass] “Hey, here’s my bracket. Also, this one spot, where there’s a giant scribble and an arrow to the margin? That says ‘Duke,’ I’m picking Duke. Thanks.” Continue

8 Completely Infallible Tips To Filling Out Your March Madness Bracket [Click for more]

  1. Randomly decide that one Conference sucks and keep picking against them. Example: “The Pac-10 is totally overrated. Arizona, UCLA and Oregon aren’t going anywhere. Neither’s Gonzaga. Wait, are they in the Pac-10? Whatever, it’s rainy and mild there, I’m counting it.”
  2. Pick against one school for arbitrary personal reasons. Example: “Screw Georgetown. That school rejected me plus I didn’t want to go there anyway ‘cause their campus was all stupid and goth-looking. Buncha losers, they might lose in the First Round.”
  3. Overrate one team that looked good when you watched them for 10 minutes in December. Example: “You know, I watched New Mexico play USC a little while ago and I’ll tell you, that team is legit. They got some guy, his name’s like… something with a J in it — I saw that dude hit two Threes when I was kinda looking up at the screen at a bar during a work drinks thing. Might put ‘em in my Final Four.”
  4. Pick one completely random giant upset then panic at the last minute and put the Favorite back in. Example: “You know what? I think Duke’s going down. I really do. They’re a little overrated every year, and one high seed always loses before the Sweet Sixteen, and I’m not gonna win this pool unless I do something a little bold, so yeah, I’m doing it, I’m PICKING DUKE TOLOSE!” [3 Minutes Pass] “Hey, here’s my bracket. Also, this one spot, where there’s a giant scribble and an arrow to the margin? That says ‘Duke,’ I’m picking Duke. Thanks.” Continue