Yup, I'm one of them. One of the people who dig March Madness and really get into playing the bracketology game, filling them out wherever I find them. So, as a service to you, here are a few of my favorite bracket sites, each with their own set of fabulous prizes, world reknown and street cred wherever you roll.
CBS Sports has one of the most deeply detailed websites, with the CBSSports.com Bracket Challenge, and several of their sponsors offer you the chance to copy your brackets onto their websites to win prizes from them. Cool!
ESPN offers the most research-focused game with the ESPN Tournament Challenge, including a trifecta of assistants, such as the Bracket Predictor tool and Bracket Insider, both of which surely can't hurt.
Even Philadelphia area sandwichery Slack's Hoagie Shack gets into the Madness, with their own bracket game, "Tourney Time", with lotsa prizes and usually some free food offers for winning along the way. Winning food is good.
So when do we find out what President Obama's doing, bracket-wise? I'm taking aim at him this year.
Er, let me rephrase that......