March 15, 2010
2010 Econbrowser NCAA tournament challenge
If you're both a very faithful and a very passive Econbrowser reader, for two years now you've sat on the sidelines while you watched other, equally faithful but less passive readers participate in the world-famous Econbrowser NCAA Tournament Challenge, in which brave souls pretend they can predict a significant number of the winners of the games of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. If so, here's your third chance to sit on the sidelines again, or maybe even to participate this time.
If you want to join the fun, just go to the Econbrowser group at ESPN, do some minor registering to create a free ESPN account if you haven't used that site before, and make your picks for the winners of each game. Just make sure you complete your entry before Thursday, because the Econbrowser group only allows predictions before the tournament begins.
You can also enter in the parallel group of the Environmental Economics blog, if you think the competition there is going to be any easier.
May the best prognosticator have the best prognostications!
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Posted by: spencer at March 16, 2010 12:18 PM
Kentucky will get upset in the second round!
Posted by: Anonymous at March 16, 2010 04:55 PM
Cal Bears are gonna win it all this year!
Teehee, just kidding. Rock Chalk baby. Go Hawks!!
Posted by: Mike Mc at March 17, 2010 11:14 AM
Posted by: AJB at March 17, 2010 10:16 PM