Odds of a perfect NCAA bracket? 1-in-9.2 quintillion

Odds of a perfect NCAA bracket? 1-in-9.2 quintillion
"For example, if you suppose that someone has a 60 percent chance of correctly guessing the outcome of each game, then the odds of them guessing all games correctly are about 1 in 94 trillion. If their chance of guessing correctly is 80 percent, then …
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Begley: Jay Wright scored big with his fashion sense
“CBS profiled Jay King in its NCAA Men of March series, and while the majority of the episode was about the Villanova basketball program and Wright's coaching techniques (yada, yada, yada), the real highlight was a quick segment on Wright's suits and …
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Will a woman ever break through in Major League Baseball?
Swimsuit 2016: Lily Aldridge · Swim Daily ….. I also wanted to add some thoughts from one of the smartest people I know on sports science: ProPublica reporter David Epstein, my former Sports Illustrated colleague and the author of New York Times-best …
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