The Rules of March Madness
There are 2 winners of March Madness. One way to win is to have the most
correct picks throughout the entire tournament. In case of a tie, the
tie-breaking rules will be applied (see below) to determine the winner.
The other way to win is to
have correctly picked the overall tournament champion. Again, in case of a
tie, the tie-breaking rules will be applied.
You can enter as many times as you like. Each entry will require
the appropriate paperwork. Please contact me if you don't know what
this means. All entries must be entered by 12 noon on the day that
the tournament games start. This is usually the Thursday following the
Sunday when the tournament brackets are announced.
The first tie breaker rule be applied is to determine which entry's (or entries')
total points for the championship game is closest, without going over, to the total
points of the actual championship game. If there is still a tie, then the entry
that correctly picks the final game will win. If still a tie then the entry with the most correct picks in the final 2 games will win the tie breaker. If
there is still a tie, then the most correct picks in the final 4 games will
win. This will continue to the final 8 games, then 16 games, etc. until
the tie is broken. If there is still a tie, I will flip a coin (with
I reserve the right to disallow or disqualify any entry I deem necessary. If
I do so, I will make every attempt to contact the submitter. (This has never