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What was your bracket record for the second round?

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I went 22-10, but my final four pick Oklahoma state lost.

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I did 4. As always my first right after selection is best. Then I listen to all the experts!! Best 25-7

I had new mexico in final 4 in every bracket

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20-12

Had Georgetown going in the Final Four...... LOLz. The West Bracket is what really fugged me up

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20-12 in the bracket that matters. Silver lining is that I somehow only lost one S16 team. The problem is those scumbags (New Mexico) were also in my E8 and F4. I really need Iowa State or Mississippi to wreck havoc so that everybody that picks Gonzaga or Ohio State drop one as well.

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20-12 for 2 and 22-10 for another.

New Mex hurt in one but I have at least 12-13 of sweet 16 left for all.

Have at least 3 to 4 left for the FF in each.

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here's mine:

http://games.espn.go.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/en/entry?entryID=659007

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23-9 on the Huddle bracket.

My Yahoo bracket was 26-6. New Mexico hurt me though.

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