NCAA Tournament: How to pick the winning bracket

Published: 4:21 PM EDT Mar 11, 2013   Updated: 2:00 AM EDT Mar 18, 2013

The NCAA Tournament is a magical time of year.  Cinderella stories abound, and college basketball players give everything they have left in the tank to try to bring home that national championship.  It’s also a time for you to get together with your coworkers and buddies, and see who is the best at picking the winners.  Think of this as your go to guide for everything surrounding the NCAA Tournament: setting up an office pool and of course, how to pick the winning bracket. 


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