Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
Someone has an even worse bracket than you do
OK, I admit it. I'm a hopeless sucker for ESPN.com's statistical updates on its men's tournament bracket challenge.
The most amazing accomplishment after one round: an entrant that got NONE of the 32 games right. That's even harder than getting them all right, which no one did. Isn't it?
51 bracket entries correctly predicted 30 of the 32 games played to date;
1 entry correctly predicted zero of the 32 games;
12,694 entries predicted San Diego, Siena, Villanova, Western Kentucky, Davidson advancing to the Second Round;
1,471,615 predicted Clemson would advance to the Sweet Sixteen;
1,950,119 predicted Connecticut would advance to the Sweet Sixteen;
401 predicted Siena, San Diego, Kansas State, Davidson will all advance to the Sweet Sixteen;
623 predicted Siena, Western Kentucky, Kansas State, Davidson will all advance to the Sweet Sixteen;
6,007 predicted Siena will advance to the Elite Eight;
6,494 predicted San Diego will advance to the Elite Eight;
90,413 predicted Davidson will advance to the Elite Eight.