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Rensselaer, NY
Member (Mar 2011)
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  Posted: 3 years ago   (3/12/12 10:16 pm)   
Edited:  22 months ago   (3/8/13 1:49 pm)
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Chatsworth, CA
Member (Mar 2012)
1 comments posted

  3 years ago   (3/12/12 11:10 am)   
There is still a issue with Model 3. You have Kansas beating Michigan State in the finals, but show Ohio State playing Michigan State.


Cottage Grove, WI
Member (Mar 2010)
5 comments posted

  3 years ago   (3/12/12 7:16 am)   
I questioned that myself too.

Why Baylor qualifies in the South? South was a difficult regional to pick. It could be a dark horse team coming out of that region.

I cannot remember UConn or Butler were picked in the Final 4 last year in this model. I think UConn was picked to Elite 8 in this model. I remember UK was one of the Final 4s and it put my brackets in great shape.

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

  3 years ago   (3/12/12 3:16 am)   
No, tweak the models every year. Check out the percentile score on the model sheet.


Austin, TX
Member (Mar 2011)
2 comments posted

  3 years ago   (3/12/12 12:31 am)   
So this Model #3 is the Model that follows the 2012 Picking your Final 4 and Champion articles? and that model last year correctly picked UCONN to win the title and had Butler in the Final 4? Am I reading those articles correctly???

Ryan Tressler
West Chester, PA
Member (Feb 2009)
103 comments posted

  3 years ago   (3/12/12 12:28 am)   
It makes the final four pretty clear cut this year if the system holds true . . . only four qualify and they are in four different regions, you can't ask for much more

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

  3 years ago   (3/12/12 12:13 am)   
Model 3 glitch had OSU winning the Final 4/ Champ model; it's actually Kansas:

It never fails. I always have a glitch in the condition- intensive Final Four/ Champ model. This time, I mistakenly advanced North Carolina in the Midwest when I should've advanced Kansas. And that changed everything. Instead of the Buckeyes beating MSU in a Big Ten rematch, Kansas takes down the Spartans. Sorry if anyone downloaded the early model.

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