TFM March Madness Bracket Contest

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March Madness kicks off tomorrow, March 13. Even the most casual of gamblers can find themselves stressing out during The Big Dance, and if you’re like my Adderall-fueled friend Stuart then you have roughly $300 spread across 5 brackets and could go into cardiac arrest at any second. Not to worry, TFM is here with a March Madness Contest, courtesy of, that not only offers prizes but is FREE to enter. All you have to do is make your picks, sit back, and talk as much shit as possible while your bracket dominates. Click HERE to enter your bracket.

TFM Bracket Contest Prizes

First Place will win $250 credit to

Second Place will win $100 credit to

Third Place will win $50 credit to

TFM Bracket Contest Rules

One entry per person.

New entries are only accepted before the second round begins.

In the event of a tie we will defer to ESPN’s policies.

No bitching.


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    I think the non 2 and 1 seeds that could hit that elite 8 are cincy, louisville, vandy, fsu, murray state. Also the 3 seeds are really weak this year. My final 4 – mizzou, kentucky, unc, fsu.

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    KENTUCKY is going to dominate. Pledge Mizzou will show-up and do awesome, letting all these losers know why they got a bid to the top-tier conference.

    SEC just owns in everything.

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    Fraternity Man

    Seems like a 1 and 2 seeds only Final Four this year.

    Other thoughts/bold predictions…

    Mizzou could have problems with Florida in the second round. I see them getting ahead of themselves and ignoring what is a formidable 7 seed.

    Baylor will have their hands full with South Dakota State.

    Murray State got screwed with a 6, and even more screwed playing a dangerous 11 seed Colorado State.

    Never expect too much out of New Mexico because of Steve Alford.

    Remember: the Big East usually flames out…this might be because they have more teams than other conferences, but that league has been overrated top to bottom for years. (Yes, I realize UConn won last year; I’m just saying don’t have Louisville, Marquette, Syracuse, Cincy, ND, Georgetown…going too far because you think they are battle tested.)

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