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POST YOUR BRACKET!

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http://games.espn.go.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/en/entry?entryID=2857893&sp=true&optin_33684=1

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welp you have to wait until the 2nd round to view other brackets :(

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ACC GOT HOSEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED. Duke properly placed. Miami first ever acc outright champion to not get a one seed. UNC should have gotten at minimum a 7. The Villanova/unc and potential kansas/Unc game jus make a storyline. No UVA?

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Why dont you do the bracket challenge nick?

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I'm going to probably slightly tinker with it but I'll post my Final 4:

Ohio State, Kansas, Louisville, Indiana

Kansas national champs.

I have Gonzaga going out early to Pittsburgh

Went with a lot of chalk though, this is going to be a hard tourney to predict.

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