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Thu March 21, 2013
March Madness has begun!
March Madness here!
For many of us, it's like Christmas in March. Sixty-eight teams vying to make it to that Final Four.
For others, it's time to say goodbye to the sports fans in your house, and prepare for three weeks of non-stop college hoops on the TV.
Maybe while you're reading a book or watching another TV in another room.
When it comes to March Madness, most people talk brackets.
The odds of picking a perfect bracket in the annual NCAA men’s basketball tournament are one in 9.2 quintillion (that's 18 zeros).
That's according to calculations by Jeff Bergen who's a mathematics professor at DePaul University.
Michigan and Michigan State both play today at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
They've both spent most of the season in the Top 10.
Michigan in the #1 spot for a while. Michigan State in the Top 5 for a while.
The Big Ten Championship tournament last weekend was disappointing for both.
But what makes March Madness different from the World Series? Or the run to the Super Bowl? Or the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs?
Today we talked March Madness with our sports commentator John U Bacon.
He'll gave us the scoop on how the Big Ten teams will fare in the tournament, and who from the Michigan and Michigan State teams will make it to the NBA.
To hear the full report, click the link above.
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