March Madness has lived up to its name

We are descending into the final days of March Madness (pun 100 percent intended), where the upsets were stronger than ever with St. Peter’s making it to the elite eight. This is the first time a 15 seed has made it to the elite eight, not to mention that Kansas is the only 1 seed left in the tournament. 2022’s March Madness may not have had a 1-16 upset like we did in 2018, but this year was definitely crazy. 

Freshman Kai Smith said, “My bracket completely died after Tennessee lost and then when St. Peters making it all the way to the Elite 8 was a complete surprise and ruined my bracket even more. It’s been a crazy year and not a good year for my bracket.”

The upsets this year have not been all bad though. It’s provided lot’s of players who play on not so great teams an opportunity to play in March Madness and get some recognition if they choose to enter the NBA draft. 

Less than one percent of March Madness brackets predicted what the final four would be this year and only 0.0004 percent of brackets remain perfect; that’s 161 brackets out of 17 million. 

March Madness has been crazy this year, and we can only take a guess at who will win it all.

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