Tom Brady Picks Michigan to Win 2016 NCAA Tournament, Asks for Help with Bracket

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Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 17, 2016

Say what you want about New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, but one thing can't be denied.

He is true to his school.

Brady attended the University of Michigan from 1996 to 2000. After being selected in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft, the quarterback has put together one of the greatest careers in NFL history, which includes four Super Bowl titles. And through all of his success, he has never forgotten where he came from.

When it came time to fill out his bracket for the 2016 NCAA tournament, Brady knew which team he was picking to cut down the nets in Houston—Michigan. He just needed some help picking the rest of the games.

The Wolverines, as a No. 11 seed, will have to pull off some major upsets if they are going to win it all. But this is March, a time when anything can happen.

[Tom Brady]

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