It’s called March Madness in part because no one crazy enough to pick the No. 16 UMBC men to upset No. 1 Virginia in their NCAA tournament bracket would also have the savvy to pick all 31 other first-round games correctly.
According to NCAA.com, there were just 25 still-perfect brackets across ESPN, Yahoo, Bleacher Report, CBS and the Capital One March Madness Bracket Challenge Game entering Friday night’s game. All had the Cavaliers winning.
Last year, it took 40 games for every bracket to have a flaw. This year, just 29.
At this point, a Maryland politician is probably the last type of person you want to see in your office pool.