NCAA Tournament: Is Your Bracket Better Than a Four-Year-Old's?
Every year since she could sit up on her own, my daughter, Zoe, has been picking her bracket. Each year, it seems to be getting better and better. Heck, last year the kid had Butler winning the national title. Of course, I found out a week into the tournament she picked Butler because it gave her six opportunities to say the word "butt" without getting in trouble.
Now, Zoe is almost five years old, and clearly, she's been studying. The video shows highlights of Zoe's official 2012 bracket. Here is a breakdown:
South Region Winners
Second Round: Kentucky, Iowa State, VCU, New Mexico State, Colorado, South Dakota State, Xavier, Lehigh
Third Round: Iowa State, New Mexico State, South Dakota State, Lehigh
Sweet 16: Iowa State, South Dakota State
Elite Eight: Iowa State (advances to Final Four)
West Region Winners
Second Round: LIU, Saint Louis, New Mexico, Davidson, Colorado, BYU, Virginia, Missouri
Third Round: Saint Louis, New Mexico, BYU, Mizzou
Sweet 16: New Mexico, Mizzou
Elite Eight: Mizzou (advances to Final Four)
East Region Winners
Second Round: UNC-Ashville, Southern Miss, Harvard, Montana, Texas, Florida State, West Virginia, Ohio State
Third Round: Southern Miss, Montana, Texas, Ohio State
Sweet 16: Montana, Ohio State
Elite Eight: Ohio State (advances to Final Four)
Midwest Region Winners
Second Round: "Lamont", Alabama, Temple, Michigan, NC State, Georgetown, Saint Mary's, Kansas
Third Round: Alabama, Temple, Georgetown, Kansas
Sweet 16: Alabama, Kansas
Elite Eight: Kansas (advances to Final Four)
Can your kids top that bracket? Heck, can you top it?
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