The 2014 NCAA tournament featured numerous shocking upsets early on, which made it nearly impossible for anyone to have a perfect bracket through two days. However, one man was able to get through the round of 64 unscathed.
Many brackets were hurt by No. 6 Ohio State's loss to No. 11 Dayton in the first game Thursday. More brackets were busted Friday when No. 14 Mercer upset No. 3 Duke.
If that weren't enough, three No. 12 seeds knocked off No. 5s.
Despite all of those upsets, one man was able to nail the first 32 games of the tournament:
Update: Saturday, 9:47 p.m. ET
Following Syracuse's 55-53 loss to Dayton, Brad's bracket is no longer perfect.
And that was the closest I've ever come to not winning a billion dollars— Brad Binder (@Brad_Binder_) March 23, 2014
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Here's the guy who is no longer perfect:
Currently the only one in the entire country with a perfect bracket still #bracketofdestiny— Brad Binder (@Brad_Binder_) March 22, 2014
In case you were wondering, it doesn't sound like Brad put very much time into making his picks:
Can everyone just relax and stop analyzing this? I really did my picks in about 5 minutes lol— Brad Binder (@Brad_Binder_) March 22, 2014
The 23-year-old told Yahoo Sports he picked Mercer over Duke because, "Duke was soft all year and they live and die by the 3 ball. Mercer has that chemistry."
Be sure to keep an eye on his bracket to see how long he can keep the streak up.