Thursday, November 26, 2015

Here's my bracket. What's yours?

Challenge me in's NCAA Tournament pick'em contest.

Here's my bracket. What's yours?


I finally have all my picks in. It took me a while to decide on some of them, but with the First Round starting tonight, there wasn't much time to waste.

So here's my bracket. Now I want to see yours. Sign up for's NCAA Tournament pick'em contest, and join the "Soft Pretzel Logic Readers" group. The password is "pretzel." When entering the group name and password, remove the quotation and punctuation marks.

Those of you who've been reading this blog for a while know that my bracket-picking record is pretty disastrous. But that won't stop me from jumping in for another year, and I'm sure it won't stop you all from telling me why I'm wrong.

My filled-out bracket is below. You can click here to view a higher-resolution .pdf file. The printout can be recycled in all the same ways you (or your household pet) use your newspaper when you're done reading it. I won't be insulted, I promised.

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