NCAA Brackets 2014: Idiot's Guide to Making Multiple March Madness Selections

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NCAA Brackets 2014: Idiot's Guide to Making Multiple March Madness Selections
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Congratulations on your decision to print out 27 copies of the 2014 NCAA tournament bracket!

If you're looking for opening-weekend sleepers or dark horses to win it all, this is not the article for you. You can get that stuff anywhere.

But if you need some nondescript advice on filling out all of those brackets, you've come to the right place.

We've got tips, strategies and guidelines that will help you keep your friends, your sanity and your worldly possessions through the end of the NCAA tournament.

Just don't let anyone talk down to you for filling out multiple brackets.

People will throw around words like integrity and tradition to try to convince you that the only true way to fill out a bracket is to only fill out one. But while they are ripping, crumpling, burning and wiping their tears with their "holier than thou" bracket, you'll be using your winnings to buy something with which they can drown their sorrows.

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