NCAA Reports Majority of March Madness Brackets Already Busted


As March Madness sweeps through college basketball, the NCAA reveals that the majority of brackets have already succumbed to the unpredictable nature of the tournament. Following the first round on Thursday, just under 2.5% of brackets remain unscathed in the NCAA’s own bracket game.

Notably, the No. 3 seed Kentucky Wildcats’ defeat by the No. 14 seed Oakland Golden Grizzlies marked one of the day’s biggest upsets, leaving just over 2,000 brackets perfect, an increase from the previous year.

Additional shocks came with No. 6 seeds BYU and South Carolina falling to the No. 11 seeds Duquesne and Oregon, respectively. With the excitement of upsets fueling the tournament, fans brace for further twists and turns as March Madness continues its thrilling course.

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