Sweet 17/ Elite 9/Final 5 Predictions- You Will Be Amazed

Flex MailmanContributor IApril 4, 2009

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  In College basketball, predictions are practically useless. Unless prediction person is a psychic, we have no idea what kind of things will happen next in the league. The NCAA tournament is full of surprises and is useless to predict.

  In Football, why is it even helpful to make predictions? Does it do more than put stress on one another. A football game consists of 4 quarters, and a half-time, so there is time to make changes. No one can be too certain that a team will loose to another. Yet we still have our free time to make predictions and put bets on each others predictions which spoils the real essence of the game.

  In Baseball, people are already making playoff predictions! The Baseball season has a hundred some games, and more than half the trades haven't even happened yet. Now, this you should agree on, that this is just ridiculous.

  Why must we make predictions? Does this gain us reads? Of course, people are interested in these predictions we make. To tell you the truth, I have a very good prediction of my own that I will separate from this paragraph and highlight it in Bold.

  Predictions are ruining the essence of sports! Not only do they put stress on us for bragging rights, but it makes us forget what the great players have. We use these players for our own bragging rights. This is wrong. So thank you for taking time to read this article