March Madness is the annual National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball tournament. It runs from the second week of March until the first week of April. First used by Henry V. Porter, it was later popularized by CBS broadcaster Brent Musburger in 1982.
Did you know that out of more than 350 teams, only 68 of it will compose the NCAA bracket? A sports conference determines the 32 teams while a selection committee picks the remaining 36 teams. The former is the automatic bid teams and the latter is the at-large teams. This kind of system makes the perfect bracketology probability to 1 is to 9.2 quintillions. And of course, making March Madness predictions a hit or miss.
Finalizing the 68 teams, each receives a seed from 1 to 16 with 1 being the highest. But what makes March mad? It’s Cinderella. Like the term dark horse, this team makes the cut without anyone expecting it. In 1985, the 8-seed Villanova Wildcats made history by defeating the 1-seed Georgetown in National Championship. Expecting for a Cinderella this year? You can try some ways to watch 2019 March Madness. Or create a March Madness bracket predictions by using NCAA college basketball apps.
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