This might be the easiest question yet. Since this is March, many if not most of us are wrong a lot.
Picking brackets in the NCAA Tournament in March had become one of the greatest american past times. Sixty-seven games in 21 days played by 68 teams. Picking the winners of the NCAA Tournament can often proven difficult. It’s fun yet, stressful.
If you went to a school that has a team in the Tournament its often even more stressful. Your school is a favorite? Do you pick them knowing they will play the favorite from State University in the first few rounds?
The adage in gambling is to pick with your heart not your head. It’s virtually impossible to pick every game right. Forty million Americans fill out a total of 70 million brackets and everyone will be wrong multiple times.
My most recent time being wrong was tonight when Kentucky defeated UCLA. The other teams I had winning the games tonight didn’t even play. The challenge of just figuring it out and the years of doing well make it all worth it. The best reality show at most times of the the year are still sports.
Every time we watch a game we are likely to make predictions and second guess our favorite team, coach and players. Each time we watch we are likely to be wrong.