Top 3 Unusual Methods You Should've Used To Pick Your NCAA Bracket
Did you pick Michigan State to win it all? Here are three March Madness bracket-picking methods that might've resulted in a different outcome.By Katherine Biek | March 19, 2016
Filling out March Madness brackets can be stressful. Whom do you pick? Do you go with a first-seed team to win it all, or is there a potential Cinderella team you really believe could go far? Or do you go with Michigan State to win the whole thing only to have them lose in the first round? Here's the thing: The chances of filling out a perfect bracket is 1 in 9.2 quintillion. So while we're a little late to the party for this year's bracket, we're here with three much more fun methods you can use next year when determining what team will come out on top in college basketball.
First up: mascots! And try to think beyond which mascots would win against each other in a fight.
Perhaps there are multiples of a mascot. For instance, this year features four schools that all have a wildcat as their mascot.