You may select your mount for your 2019 NCAA men’s basketball championship. You do something a bit bit more involving basketball data, throw darts, choose colors or can reverse coins.
But the tried-and-true way of competing at a bracket pool is seeing an inordinate amount of regular-season hoops then immediately scribbling down your selections as the field is declared.
That is exactly what I did. I spent several hours writing. And I must say, a lot of information is currently backing up the gut responses.
So before the bracket breaks into a thousand pieces such as it always does, invest these next few minutes teaching yourself why it should really be three No. 1 seeds along with a No. 2 seed in this year’s Final Four.
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