Thursday's upset-filled games in the first round of the NCAA Tournament turned nearly everybody's brackets to mush on ESPN.com.
But there was a teeny-tiny portion of the population -- .0024 percent -- that turned out to be perfectly (and annoyingly) correct:
For comparison's sake, ESPN noted that after last year's first round games on Thursday, there were still 18,471 perfect brackets out of about 11 million entries.
It was March Sadness elsewhere as well, with the number of still-perfect brackets on Yahoo Sports dwindling into the triple digits during the night games.
But don't worry. Nobody stays perfect. And we mean nobody.
Maybe the University of Michigan professor who said we might be better off flipping coins than using our noggin to play the pool was right.
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