Mar 18, 2024 - News

🏀 One March Madness bracket to go

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Illustration: Lazaro Gamio/Axios

Selection Sunday has come and gone and the brackets for the NCAA men's and women's tournaments are set.

State of play: Let the madness begin. Each year hundreds of thousands of people — from celebrities to presidents and high school students — set out to predict the winner of the Big Dance.

  • The American Airlines Center will host the South Regional games from March 29-31 for the men's tournament.

Yes, but: It's nearly impossible to have a perfect bracket. We aren't asking for perfection, we just want to have some fun.

How it works: Sign up for our Axios Dallas group on ESPN and enter a bracket for the men's or women's side — or both!

  • The password to enter the group is "Axios"
  • Entries must be completed by 11am Thursday.
  • In the end, we'll see who had the most accurate predictions and select a winner from each group.

📬 Tell us. Once you've submitted your bracket, let us know how you chose your winners.

  • Coolest mascot? Random selection? Personal favorites?

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