MASON CITY, Iowa- There is not a single perfect March Madness bracket left, not one. But for those who didn’t fill them out, they say they are still winning.
Filling out a bracket can be stressful, but for some.
“We’re talking something sports right?” said Kit Cameron of Joice.
They have no stress and a lot more free time.
“I just went to Texas, I drive people around and visit friends, I work a little bit, goof off, I don’t pay attention to brackets”
But for other, they take on other sports games such as fantasy baseball with varying strategies.
“My draft strategy was to have the computer pick a lot of pitchers for me,” said Brendon Moe.
“I did research; hottest men of baseball and put them in my top players,” said Crystal Ely.
And even though many don’t want the stress of March, it’s not like they have never done it before. Moe said he only fills out brackets when UNI are in the tournament.
“I think the last time UNI was in it they got knocked out, he said. “It was really heartbreaking, kind of sudden. They went in to the last minute with a sizable lead and somehow tanked it in the last forty seconds. It’s depressing to see your team go out like that.”
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