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Helpful Hints For Filling Out Your March Madness Brackets

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Hazlet, New Jersey (My9NJ) - This month is all about March Madness and college basketball competitions that have everyone on the edge of their seats as teams vie for the NCAA championship.

Bartender Mike Teuro of Park East bar and restaurant in Hazlet, New Jersey says this year it’s really anybody’s tournament.

“Years previous ya know there was three or four dominate teams. Honestly I can tell you about nine or ten teams that can cut the nets down this year,” he said.

Keyport, New Jersey’s boys’ basketball coach Jimmy McCarthy offered up some helpful hints for filling out this year’s brackets.

“You always have to take a look at which teams play who even throughout the season. Like who has Colorado, who have they played throughout their season? And then take those teams and verse them against Pittsburgh. You have to be a little bit, I guess analytical,” he explained.

There seems to be bracket simplicity, there’s a math to it, and by the time you fill out your bracket, everyone’s gone except for your pick for the national champion!

Have you filled out your March Madness bracket?


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