Bracketology 101: Atoning for Last Year’s Sins

Devonte' Graham, Frank Mason III, and the Kansas Jayhawks hope to avoid the fate of the last team I picked to win it all on DraftAmerica. Michigan State was knocked out in the first round by No. 15-seeded Middle Tennessee State last year.Devonte' Graham, Frank Mason III, and the Kansas Jayhawks hope to avoid the fate of the last team I picked to win it all on DraftAmerica. Michigan State was knocked out in the first round by No. 15-seeded Middle Tennessee State last year.

Not only did things not go well for me last year prognosticating the enigma known as “March Madness,” I was downright embarrassed. I granted myself a mulligan, of course, given that I do not profess to be an expert on college sports, even though my prognosticating is above expert-level when it comes to the NFL and MLB. But, hopefully, I learned a thing or two from picking the Michigan State Spartans team that was knocked out in the first round by No. 15-seeded Middle Tennessee State to win it all. Or maybe I haven’t. That will be determined in the coming days as brackets across the world are busted, torn apart, and shredded into office recycling bin fodder. Here now is my “official” 2017 NCAA bracket:

Things can't go any worse for me than they did last year, when I picked Michigan State to win it all -- and the Spartans were knocked out in the first round by a No. 15 seed.

Things can’t go any worse for me than they did last year, when I picked Michigan State to win it all — and the Spartans were knocked out in the first round by a No. 15 seed.

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