March Madness Brackets Announced, GN Predicted 67 of 68!

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As the NCAA March Madness Tournament brackets are announced, GuysNation can flex its prediction muscles, because it turns out that, yet again, we’re pretty much on our game.

In my final NCAA March Madness Tournament bracket predictions made before the Selection Sunday picks were made, 67 of the 68 teams which received invites to the NCAA tournament were on the list. The only team included in our bracket was Massachusetts, but don’t worry, in an article to come, I’ll be picking apart the dreadful decision to include Middle Tennessee State instead.

In measuring how I stack up with the other pundits, it’s safe to say I’m in some elite company:

Seth Davis (CBS Sports) – 68 of 68

Joe Lunardi (ESPN) – 68 of 68

BRYAN LIENESCH (SportsHead) – 67 of 68

Jerry Palm (CBSSports.com) – 67 of 68

Now that you’ve seen how I’ve done with my initial predictions, here’s the brackets:

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And a breakdown by region…

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GuysNation has established its official NCAA March Madness Pick’Em Tournament over at Yahoo! I’ve been told there might be prizes, as well as a secondary Pick’Em to be announced soon!






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