NCAA Tournament Odds

By: Ray Hawthorne Email
By: Ray Hawthorne Email

Statisticians have determined that the odds of correctly picking all 64 games is 1 in 18 quintillion, 446 quadrillion, 744 trillion, 73 billion, 709 million, 551 thousand, 616. If every person on earth could fill out a bracket every second, it would take 97.5 years to try all the possibilities. In fact, you're more likely to win the Powerball twice in a row than getting all your brackets correct. This assumes that all teams are evenly matched.

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