Since part one of my March Madness bracket reveal, things have already become a dumpster inferno. By the time the Sweet Sixteen teams had already claimed their position, my bracket officially surpassed dumpster fire status. The mid-west region was one that I had no reason to pay attention to for the rest of the tournament after my pick, Wofford, was eliminated in a relatively close game. Now I had a new goal to set for my bracket, which was just to remain above 50% according to the ESPN Tournament Challenge that I completed this year. To clear things up, Wofford was an upset pick that I had going to the NCAA Championship game. Yes, like I said before, I’m subject to your judgment. I am a glutton for punishment. Where we left off last time, my ESPN Tournament Challenge accuracy percentage was at 43%. As I type this final chapter of my March Madness disasterpiece, the Final Four is wrapping up. Let’s check the cost of the damage.
Eric is a University of Delaware graduate with a degree in English. While in school, he began writing for different publications such as The Highlight Network, Amps and Greenscreens, and he did color commentary for the University of Delaware Men’s and Women’s lacrosse teams throughout the 2013 season as an alumni. Prior to being featured with Philly Sports Network, he began a pro-wrestling podcast with a childhood friend called the Totally Over Podcast. As an avid sports die-hard for all things Philadelphia, Eric is also a proud supporter of West Virginia University.