A billion dollars for the perfect NCAA bracket

Warren Buffett offered one BILLION dollars for anyone who successfully predicted the winners of all of the games in the NCAA tournament.  Early upsets–for example, Mercer over Duke–eliminated just about everyone who entered.  Now no one is left standing.  One person, Brad Binder, DID predict the first 36 games, including those upsets, but he wasn’t entered in the contest.  But now he missed Dayton’s upset over Syracuse, so–unless you did really well in your office pool–there is no record of anyone with a perfect bracket.  Maybe next year the BILLION dollars will be yours.

 

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About Gene Veith

I am a retired English professor and college administrator. I have written over 20 books on different facets of Christianity & Culture.