These highly scientific scores may have been manually tabulated late at night while enjoying some of Mom's homemade Kahlua, but I'm reasonably certain these scores are accurate.
Congrats to Shane Lewis, who is apparently an NIT expert. He was a perfect 16-for-16 (not unlike Arkansas' Rupp Arena free throw shooting) in the first round to take the early lead in our group. In second place is @NumbaOneHogg with 15 out of 16 predictions correct, only missing the Green Bay vs Belmont game.
As for me, I'm making everyone proud by being tied for 57th (there are 63 total brackets) after only correctly picking 10 of 16 games. Really expected Missouri to Haith it up and lose to Davidson. Shucks.
Here's what I'm showing for Round 1 scores. Let me know if you have any questions. Also, did somebody enter "1234" as their name? If your name isn't showing, and you correctly picked 14 games, your may have gotten lost in translation. Let me know and I'll fix it.
|Name||Round 1 Score|
|J, Hawg 3||12|