It happens every year.
No, it's not you blowing your bankroll at the roulette table during your yearly trip toLas Vegas. Nor you looking like a complete idiot in front of your co-workers at the annual office cookout.
Every year in the month of madness, an unforeseen seven or ten seed punishes your precious No. 2 favorite, squashing your office pool optimism. If only you had sought advice from a certified bracketologist.
In 2006, Rip Van Winkles Georgetown and Wichita St. bit into the sweet round of 16 after eliminating heralded two-seeds Ohio St. and Tennessee in Round 2. The Hoyas and Shockers run of last season is no fluke – it's as commonplace in tournament play as Bob Knight expletives at a post-game press conference.
Amazingly, since 2000, a combined 14 seven-tens have reached the Sweet 16 (two per year), with five going as far as the Elite 8. However, no seven or ten seed has ever reached collegeRead More »from Bracket Breakouts