For Pete's Sake

ESPN: No perfect NCAA Tournament brackets remain in contest

Yeah, Tom Izzo, we know the feeling.
Yeah, Tom Izzo, we know the feeling. The Associated Press

March Madness is a double-edged sword.

Fans love to see wins from the likes of Middle Tennessee State, Yale and Hawaii.

Fans hate to see teams like Michigan State, Baylor and Cal lose, because it means their brackets are busted.

Before the Round of 64 games were even completed on Friday, ESPN reported that none of its roughly 13 million entries this year were perfect.

And it wasn’t just ESPN.

There was much angst in the country.

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