The IoT Bracket Challenge winner(?)

The National Championship game is a week away, but one member of the IoT team is already celebrating his "One Shining Moment."

The inaugural Instead of Texting Bracket Challenge ended at approximately 4:43 p.m. Sunday. With VCU’s win over top-seeded Kansas, the last shot that either Jimmy or I had for any of our picks to make the Final Four ended.

In a sense, you could say there really was no winner in our little competition.

Well, that’s not entirely true. There was a winner — me.

Like just about all of America (except for this guy), neither of us came anywhere close to picking the right Final Four. But thanks to a 26-for-32 first round, I didn’t fare quite as badly as my IoT partner.

So yeah, my victory may not have been pretty, but that’s not going to stop me from celebrating my One Shining Moment.

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One Response to The IoT Bracket Challenge winner(?)

  1. […] licking our wounds from bombing badly on our Tournament predictions, the IoT team took a bit of time out during a hectic week to reflect on how we got to […]

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