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7 Tips for filling out a competitive March Madness bracket

It’s a near scientific certainty that you’ve heard the term “March Madness” at least 12 times already today.

And now the time has come to fill out a bracket and pretend you’ve watched every single game this season.

But whether you’ve paid attention all season or just realized it was championship weekend, we’ve got the tips you need to fill out your bracket right the first time.


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5 Tips for March Madness Beginners From a Former College Cheerleader

Ed Note: March Madness is about to begin and for most avid NFL/MLB fans like myself, I know a bit about college basketball, but not as much as I should. Which is why we were extremely happy that college basketball fan and former cheerleader Bridget Siegel invited us to use her tips on how to not look like a fool while watching the basketball games that will soon consume many people’s lives.


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Can anyone challenge Kentucky?

Is it too early to start thinking about the NCAA Tournament?  After all, it’s called “March Madness” not “January Madness.”  Well, if you’re a big college basketball fan and you’re anxious to make a good showing (or a killing) in your office bracket pool, paying attention to the games in January and February might be the most important time to think about what’s coming up.

With that in mind, here’s a handful of teams to watch out for come tournament time, and some potential ones to avoid.

Now, if you want to read more news about NCAA Basketball, check Sportbet.com.


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