NCAA Bracket 2012: Predicting Each Outcome of Today's Games

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NCAA Bracket 2012: Predicting Each Outcome of Today's Games
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I made predictions for each day of the opening rounds of the tournaments, so I figured it makes sense to continue to see how it turns out in the end.

The round of 64 was pretty frustrating, going 22-10.  There was a bad combination of picking a few too many upsets along with missing a couple of the ones that did happen.  Ohio was the one big hit, with Belmont and Long Beach State being the toughest losses.

Over the weekend the mark was 12-4, also frustrating due to the foolish pick of Lehigh to knock off Xavier.  C.J. McCollum is a really good player, but he was just no match for Tu Holloway.  Feathers in the cap were picks of Ohio over South Florida and Wisconsin over Vanderbilt.

So that brings the overall record to 34-14.  Not as good as hoped for, especially with the toughest games still to come.

Here are the picks for today's action.

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