It's a rite of passage every March. As soon as the field of 68 is announced, basketball fans and non-basketball fans alike fill out brackets for fun, for money, for pride. Heck, even billionaire Warren Buffet is putting a billion dollar bounty on someone having the perfect bracket from start to finish. That's a billion dollars. And your chances of nailing the entire thing perfectly are pretty slim. As in 1-in-9.2 quintillion. (Quintillion has 18 zeroes, by the way.)
Unless you stick with us.
The NCAA Tournament officially starts Tuesday night with the First Four games in Dayton, which means ...