The time you have left to fill in an NCAA March Madness bracket is quickly coming to a close, it’s Wednesday evening. It’s time to put your “knowledge” to the test, you find yourself wishing you had gotten to watch more games this year especily if you’re like most everyone else in the country, chances are that you’ve wasted an entire basketball season but all hope is not lost.
Although all of us know that person who doesn’t really follow college basketball, but will most likely win a bracket somehow, and then be obnoxious about it all year long, even though they probably don’t know the difference between a block and a charge. Let’s call that person, “Andrew McCormick,” for fun. Some people might prefer more traditional methods of choosing brackets, like picking based on “which team might win” or some other nonsense
There are number of ways through which you can make this year’s bracket picks, you may know some of them, some which might be unique.
So this year, why not beat “Andrew” at his own game? Below we suggest a number of ways through which you can make this year’s bracket picks, some you already know, some which might be unique. Either way, you’re bound to beat “Andrew,”
1. Pick all the top seeds.
pick all the best seeds, every time, and then you’re left with a Final Four of Kentucky, Wisconsin, Villanova, and Duke
2. Pick all the top seeds, then flip a coin.
pick each of the top seeds during this first weekend, so that the Sweet 16 round is left with all the 1-4 seeds from each region
3. Find a child. Any child will do.
Go walk the streets and grab the first child you see and force him or her to fill out your bracket for you.
4. The egg drop.
what you’re going to need to do is dye one egg for each team in that team’s respective colors.
5. Animals are smart.
Print up all the logos, line em up, and have the animal pick your winner.
6. Genealogy – this is a real thing!
7. University Academics
Rank every school in the field of 64 by their US News rankings
8. When all else fails, just be superficial and pick the hottest teams to advance.
The longer an attractive team is in the tournament, the more eye candy there is. The more eye candy, the higher the TV ratings.