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Favorite NCAA Tournament Links
The following list of alternative internet-based NCAA Tourney contests is by no means exhaustive, but includes those which I think are worth considering. If you want to recommend other contest sites, send me an email and I'll consider posting them.
'GANZA - A rapidly growing contest with another unique scoring system that offers a fascinating twist. You accumulate points by correctly picking the round that each team will exit the tournament. There's a related newsletter (the 'GANZA Gazette), online scoring, and a lot of opportunities for good-natured taunting. A personal favorite of the Guru!
TSN Bracket Blast - You must pick all games for the men's bracket. Points increase each round, with bonus points for correctly picking victories for teams seeded 9-16.
ESPN's Men's Tournament Challenge - a standard "fill in the bracket" contest.
Barker's Pools - low cost, typical bracket scoring with a "mulligan option" to repick after the first two rounds.
iSportsLinks.com - An amazing collection of over 70 March Madness contest sites, with the number of links growing daily in 2003. New for 2003 will be a March Madness contest of their own.
Gamble Pages - Links to a variety of contests.
Journey to the Tourney - The Ultimate Online Basketball Pool. Also offers opportunities to host your own private pool.
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