Www.NCAA.com/Bracket – NCAA March Madness Bracket – Men’s Basketball
You will be able to access the NCAA March Madness Bracket at the www.ncaa.com/bracket website. This will be the Division 1 Bracket. Right now you will be able to see the first four rounds. The first round will be in Dayton on March 13-14. Every year millions of people fill out the brackets for the NCAA tournaments. Many people have their own picks based on experience on watching these games throughout the year. Others who have no clue who will win, get ideas from others.
If you do not know where to start, wunderdogsportspicks provide you with some general ideas. According to them, the best way to do your picks is to start with the Final Four. You should make your picks for the Final Four from the Six Conferences. These Conferences are the ACC, Big East, Big 10, Big 12, Pack 10 and SEC. If you go back in time, you will find out that most of the Final Four teams come from these Six Conferences. It is easier to work backwards from the Final Four.
In addition to that the average seed that make up the Final Four is 11. So this means that if you add up the seeds of each Final Four participant, you should get to this sum or very close to it. Most of the time, a number 2 or number 3 seed will win about 40% of the time. So what do you do? There have been 64 teams since 1985. So this means that can be a lot of possible brackets.
These empty brackets are already created for you at this website. All you need to do is to start picking who you think will will in each matchup. Start with the First Round. Go down the left column and look at matchps #1 vs #16 and #2 vs #15. Try putting the #2 seeds through. Then look at matchups #3 vs #14 and #4 vs #13. These are harder to predict. You can select the upsets if you want. Then look at the matchups #5 vs #12, #6 vs #11, #7 vs #10 and #8 vs #9. Oh boy. Now you are in upset land. These are the hardest to predict so just do your best. Look at previous years if you can to see what the upsets there have been and use that as your guide. Your guess is as good as mine here.
When you have completed your First Round picks, you will then need to get started on your Second Round picks. Also make sure you pick your Sweet 16 Round and the Elite 8 Round. All I can say is do your best. Everyone will have a different strategy in choosing but go with your gut. If you are not sure and are totally confused as to what to pick, there are some completed brackets on the web that you can see. This may help you out.
At the NCAA March Madness Bracket website at www.ncaa.com/bracket, you can be a part of the March Madness. You will be able to take part in the NCAA Bracket Challenge. Now how do you do this? It is pretty simple. All you need to do is create your first bracket entry. You will have to sign in in order to access the brackets and groups. If you have not registered yet and if you have not created a bracket entry yet, then all you need to do is enter the name of your first entry and then click on Create Entry to get started. You will then have to enter your email address and password in order to get registered. If you already have an account, then all you need to do is to sign in. The NCAA March Madness 2012 tournament field is ready for you. You can easily make your picks. You will have to complete your bracket by the first NCAA March Madness game which starts on Tuesday March 13. You will get game tips at 6:30 p.m. Eastern. So make sure that you have already made your picks by then.
Good luck in your picks!
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