NCAA Brackets 2014: Picking the Winners According to Cultural Superiority

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NCAA Brackets 2014: Picking the Winners According to Cultural Superiority
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There are thousands of different ways to fill out an NCAA tournament bracket. You could do hours of research on which team has the best tournament resume. You could dig deep into each of the 68 rosters to find that key player on every team that has the potential to lead his team to the Final Four.

Or you could just throw darts. Consider this the Internet equivalent of throwing darts. (Note: Do not actually throw darts at the Internet; insurance rarely covers a cracked screen.)

Rather than do any of that actual basketball research—at least for this particular bracket entry—we thought it might be fun to do a different kind of research. What if we could fill out an NCAA tournament bracket based on which school was the best?

What if we used cultural superiority to determine which team is most deserving of cutting down the nets this season?

(This is as close to throwing darts as we could possibly get.)

The answer we seek is simple: Can the best school win, if that best school was determined by everything but the players on the court? To the bracket!

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