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March Madness: Expert Bracket Picks and Previews Websites


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Expert tips on winning the NCAA national championship bracket games I posted earlier:


Here are some sites with sample brackets by experts, upset recommendations, etc.  Note that the winner of the CBS $6000 + 2 to the 2023 Final Four prize is randomly drawn from the top 10% and the $45,000 car prize from all men's women's entrants, so following the experts can pay off.

1. CBS: 2022 NCAA Men’s Tournament: expert brackets, previews of games: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/ncaa-tournament/

2. CBS: 2022 Women's NCAA Tournament: expert brackets, previews of games:


3. ESPN: March Madness 2022: Everything you need to know to bet the NCAA tournament bracket: https://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/33500332/march-madness-2022-everything-need-know-bet-ncaa-tournament-bracket

4. ESPN: 2022 men's NCAA tournament lines and betting report: https://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/33495110/2022-men-ncaa-tournament-lines-betting-report

5. ESPN: Women's NCAA Tournament Challenge early bracket trends and notes: https://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/33502418/women-ncaa-tournament-challenge-early-bracket-trends-notes


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P.S.  The Men's Tournament Brackets must be filled out by Thurs. 3/17 before noon and the Women's by Fri. 3/18 before 11:30 AM to count.

On the CBS Site, you can auto-fill your brackets (up to 3 brackets each for men's and women's tournaments) with expert pics.  You can also auto-fill from user-favorites and computer predictors on the ESPN and Yahoo sites.

Note that at CBS your ONLY goal is to finish in the top 10% correct brackets: a random pick of the top 10% wins $6000 plus 2 tickets to the 2023 NCAA Final Four.  A random pick of ALL who enter both a men's and women's bracket wins a $45,000 Nissan Frontier plus a $10,000 Pop-A-Shot game.


So make your 3 brackets different from each other by choosing different experts, user favorites, or your own hunches - stats for the teams in each game including national ratings, results against top-25 teams, etc. pop-up on each bracket entry if you want them.


ESPN's men's and women's tournaments each have a $100,000 prize randomly chosen from the six winners of each round: (Round of 64, Round of 32, Sweet Sixteen, Elite 8, Final Four, Championship Game).


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