Jeff Charleston, who went nearly wire to wire to win. Here is the top ten, which yours truly finally managed to crack for the first time. I picked the fewest correct games, by far, of anyone in the top 10 but got a lot of upset correct and thus scored a bunch of bonus points. Memphis fans have to be squirming today. I almost didn't watch the last 2 minutes of the game -- Memphis seemed to have it totally in hand.
|Bracket||Rank||Points||Correct Games||Upset Risk %||Tiebreaker Total Points (diff)||Possible Games|
|Jeff Charleston||1||127||46||16.7||157 (14)||46|
|Bennett Johnsen||2||126||47||9.5||150 (7)||47|
|Keith Ehlers||3||115||44||16.7||188 (45)||44|
|Kevin Clary #2||4||115||42||13.8||176 (33)||42|
|Warren Meyer #2||5||115||41||21.4||125 (18)||41|
|Kelly McLean||6||114||47||6.0||135 (8)||47|
|Kevin Clary||7||113||42||13.7||174 (31)||42|
|Aj Dote||8||112||42||2.5||145 (2)||42|
|Steve Jones||9||109||45||11.4||157 (14)||45|
|Tom Kirkendall||10||108||45||5.2||142 (1)||45|
The whole thing here.
Congrats to Jeff, and he can send me an email if he would like a free copy of either of my books. And no, Bennett doesn't win 2 copies for being in second.