2012 Bracket Predictions

March 13, 2012 by staff 

2012 Bracket Predictions, Need help with your bracket creation as you wade through your office pool this year? Never fear, Bill Connelly of SB Nation is here to help you with his official Bracket Predictions. Don’t doubt the man’s credentials, either:

In college, I finished second in my bracket pool for three straight years, including once to my mother. So if you’re looking for solid, competent picks with no killer instinct down the stretch, continue reading!

Bill’s bracket is flooded with top seeds winning and very few upsets all told, minus Syracuse losing in the second round to Kansas State and some other minor ones. Ohio State get to the Sweet Sixteen in the East region in the prediction before being upended by Florida State, a final four member in this prediction. That’s better than the Ohio Bobcats, who are out with a loss to Michigan in the very first round.

Florida State are joined by Missouri, Kansas and Kentucky in Bill’s bracket, with the Wildcats and Jayhawks eventually getting to the title game and Kentucky winning it all in the end. Not particularly exciting, but it’s not what anyone would call a prediction out of left field.

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