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One Perfect Bracket Remains–But it’s Owner Can’t Win the $ 1 Billion

In the beginning there were many, but now there is only one–one perfect bracket. It’s just a shame that its owner doesn’t have a chance to win $1 billion.

via @Brad_Binder/Twitter and LostLetterman.com

via @Brad_Binder/Twitter and LostLetterman.com

The end to many perfect bracket dreams ended when Dayton took down Ohio State during the first full day of competition. It continued when Harvard knocked off Cincinnati. North Dakota State took out many of the remaining ones. Almost all that survived that game were finished when Duke lost to Mercer Friday.

All hope was not lost though; that is until Stephen F. Austin became the latest 12-seed to upset a 5-seed.

At that point Warren Buffet and his billion dollars were safe, but that was because the lone perfect bracket was not entered in to his contest. No, for some reason ‘Brad’s Breathtaking Bracket’ was done just because—not for the money.

He’s doing it for the love of the bracket.

Currently the only one in the entire country with a perfect bracket still #bracketofdestiny

— Brad Binder (@Brad_Binder_) March 22, 2014

For the love of the bracket guys, did it for the love of the bracket

— Brad Binder (@Brad_Binder_) March 22, 2014

The odds of picking the first 32 game were 1 in 4,294,967,296. As much as he is saying that it’s for the love of the bracket you know if his bracket is still alive come Monday he’s going to be kicking himself in the behind very, very hard.

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