Monday, March 18, 2013

NCAA bracket 2013


NCAA bracket 2013

Holders, and time are running out, start making decisions now. Setting aside $ 5 (or $ 20 or $ 50 or more), the NCAA Tournament Pool is an American tradition. But, like many traditions, it was out of date. The pools operate in the same way: each console fills in all the right choices, a predetermined number of points, and the one who ended up with the highest total score at the end wins the race.

But that's not the only way to play in March Madness. Below we have collected 11 may alternatively be accepted in the tournament, starting with the head slappingly absurdly complex.

(Note: the management side of the pool: CBS Sports, ESPN, and Yahoo Yahoo management console platforms are the most customizable, which is useful if you want to have a non-standard approach to scoring the pool .. Poster print brackets also provide templates for some of the options described below.)

A typical pool, gradually turn up a point: You get one point for each correct pick Round 64 games, two points in around 32, the Sweet 16 four, eight Elite Eight, the Final Four 16 and 32 in the championship game. The easiest way to turn things: All-in-1-16 in the first round of matches in the title game with a point.

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