Bracketology, the methodology of predicting which March Madness basketball teams will excel, advance, and ultimately win, is both an art AND a science. Experts and novices may look at much different criteria when they’re evaluating a team’s chances of success, but both often end up guessing correctly. Download your own brackets on top rated laptops and compare with experts and friends.
The last few years in March Madness basketball tournaments, there have been Cinderella teams that no one expected to make the Final 4. For example, Butler, a team from a small private school in Indiana with only 5,000 students total has made the championship game, taking out a bunch of powerhouses on the way. Thus, there is no method to the madness in filling out brackets for March Madness.
This year in the NCAA tournaments, the team standing head and shoulders above every other appears to be the Kentucky Wildcats, who currently top ESPN sports journalist, Joe Lunardi’s list as well as many other “expert” bracket lists. Turn on top rated laptops to check out Joe Lunardi’s blog, tweets, and brackets.
Another consideration for filling out brackets that experts know and novices could learn from is evaluating what teams won close games. The teams that rise to the challenge and win high-pressured games are the ones that have the resilience to reach the top in tight tourneys. Further, check out coaches who have consistent successful teams such as the head coach of Michigan State, Tom Izzo. Even when Michigan State doesn’t play as well in the regular season, bracketers still pick them to go deep in the tournament anyway.
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