Perfect NCAA Tournament 2014 Bracket by Brad Binder Not in $1 Billion Challenge

March 21st, 2014| by

[UPDATE: Binder’s bracket was busted when Dayton upset Syracuse in the Round of 32 on Saturday.]

There were no perfect brackets remaining in ESPN’s challenge or the Warren Buffett $1 billion challenge on Yahoo! after Friday’s Stephen F. Austin-VCU game, but there is a perfect bracket in Yahoo!‘s general “Tourney Bracket Pick’em 2014” under the name “Brad’s Breathtaking Bracket” after the Round of 64.

Yes, he must be kicking himself for not entering the challenge. But the bracket is indeed breathtaking.

Brad’s picks included the three No. 12 seeds over No. 5 seeds and No. 14 seed Mercer upsetting No. 3 Duke. The odds of picking the first 32 games of the tournament correctly purely on chance is 1 in 4,294,967,296. Yes, 1 in 4.29 BILLION.

The person behind the bracket is a man by the name of Brad Binder, whose Twitter handle is @Brad_Binder_. He’s sent the following tweets.

Clearly Brad found himself a copy of Gray’s Sports Almanac.





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