‘Master of March Madness’ reveals secret to perfect bracket

Gregg Nigil, a neuropsychologist from Columbus, Ohio, is the only person to ever pick all the games correctly in the first two rounds of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

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23 thoughts on “‘Master of March Madness’ reveals secret to perfect bracket

  1. So if I've got 43 correct picks out of the 56 games played is that average? I've only got 70 points by the scoring system calculator up to today so far. In not finding anything to tell me if that's ok or is it a lost done deal? Any info would be appreciated, Thank you

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