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ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  5 years ago   (3/22/10 9:09 am)   
 
Two lead Great Eight with 49, two lead Bracket Madness with 48:

After the first two rounds of the tourney—and all the carnage of upsets—the leaders in our two contests are doing surprisingly well.

In the Great Eight, here are the top five:

1. Nykes, 49 points
2. Buckeyenut61, 49 points
3. Samsanch, 44 points
4. ... more »

WorldCup82

Bethlehem, PA
Member (Mar 2008)
3 comments posted


  5 years ago   (3/22/10 12:11 pm)   
 
Happens every year... I lead all of my pools after the first round.. only to lose it in the later rounds.. 27/32 in the first round!

ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  5 years ago   (3/22/10 12:16 pm)   
 
Come on, WorldCup82. Have some faith. This year, you're two rounds in. Didn't see- - who do you have to win it all? Tell me it isn't Kansas...

WorldCup82

Bethlehem, PA
Member (Mar 2008)
3 comments posted


  5 years ago   (3/22/10 12:20 pm)   
 
haha.. of course it's Kansas!

ryan_tressler

Bethlehem, PA
Member (Mar 2008)
3 comments posted


  5 years ago   (3/22/10 1:51 pm)   
 
this year, my gut instinct bracket (which i did right after the field was set) is in doing better (98 percentile on espn) than any of mine that i used in my pools after doing research. why didn't i just trust my eyes from everything ive seen during the last couple of weeks and stick with my gut?

ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  5 years ago   (3/22/10 1:58 pm)   
 
Funny...and I'm the other way. Everything I did with my gut went south- - and the numbers (mainly the short- handed pulsecheck and upset/tossup) did better. And, clearly, indulging wild hairs was not the way to go. Ultimately, the best strategy, as always, is to make the right picks!

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