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P-F-R March Madness pool 2010

Posted by Doug on March 15, 2010

First prize is we will do a podcast (yeah, that's right) on the player or team/season of your choice. Also honor and glory.

Rules: each team has a price, listed below. Pick as many teams as you want, as long as the total price stays at 100 or less. The winner will be the entry with the most total wins by all teams in the entry. First tiebreaker is greatest number of 16 seeds, second tiebreaker is greatest number of 15 seeds, etc. No point will be awarded for winning the play-in game.

Enter by putting a comma-delimited string of team numbers in the comments, like this:

3,8,12,14,...

which would correspond to Baylor, Duke, Georgetown, Gonzaga, etc. It doesn't matter what order you put the teams in. I will try to check all the entries to make sure they're legal, but I make no guarantees. It's your responsibility to make sure your entry is legal. Deadline is tipoff of Thursday's first game.

 1 = (16) Ark.-Pine Bluff       1
 2 = ( 7) BYU                   7
 3 = ( 3) Baylor               11
 4 = ( 5) Butler                5
 5 = ( 8) California            4
 6 = ( 7) Clemson               4
 7 = (12) Cornell               2

 8 = ( 1) Duke                 15
 9 = (16) East Tenn State       1
10 = (10) Florida               2
11 = ( 9) Florida State         4
12 = ( 3) Georgetown           10
13 = (10) Georgia Tech          4
14 = ( 8) Gonzaga               3
15 = (13) Houston               1
16 = ( 1) Kansas               20
17 = ( 2) Kansas State         12
18 = ( 1) Kentucky             14
19 = (16) Lehigh                1
20 = ( 9) Louisville            3
21 = ( 6) Marquette             6
22 = ( 4) Maryland              8
23 = ( 5) Michigan State        7
24 = (11) Minnesota             3
25 = (10) Missouri              4
26 = (14) Montana               1
27 = (15) Morgan State          1
28 = (13) Murray State          2
29 = ( 3) New Mexico            8
30 = (12) New Mexico State      1
31 = (15) North Texas           1
32 = ( 9) Northern Iowa         3
33 = ( 6) Notre Dame            4
34 = (14) Oakland-Mich.         1
35 = ( 2) Ohio State           10
36 = (14) Ohio University       1
37 = ( 7) Oklahoma State        4
38 = (11) Old Dominion          4
39 = ( 3) Pittsburgh            8
40 = ( 4) Purdue                8
41 = ( 7) Richmond              3
42 = (15) Robert Morris         1
43 = (10) Saint Mary's          4
44 = (14) Sam Houston St.       1
45 = (11) San Diego State       3
46 = (13) Siena                 2
47 = ( 1) Syracuse             15
48 = ( 5) Temple                7
49 = ( 6) Tennessee             5
50 = ( 8) Texas                 6
51 = ( 5) Texas A&M             6
52 = (15) UC Santa Barbara      1
53 = ( 8) UNLV                  3
54 = (12) UTEP                  4
55 = (12) Utah State            3
56 = ( 4) Vanderbilt            6
57 = (16) Vermont               1
58 = ( 2) Villanova            12
59 = ( 9) Wake Forest           2
60 = (11) Washington            3
61 = ( 2) West Virginia        13
62 = (17) Winthrop              1
63 = ( 4) Wisconsin             8
64 = (13) Wofford               1
65 = ( 6) Xavier-Ohio           6

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