Want to win your NCAA office pool? Follow these simple steps when filling out your bracket:
1. Do not pick all four No. 1 seeds to make the Final Four. Not only is that no fun, but it has only happened once since the tournament expanded in 1979.
2. However, it may be a good idea to pick a No. 1 seed to win the entire tournament. A No. 1 seed has won 20 of the 35 tourneys since 1979. Six of the last seven winners of the Big Dance have possessed No. 1 seeds (UConn was the exception in 2011 as a No. 3 seed).
3. If you do not like a very high seed (say, Virginia or Wichita State), have them losing as ...
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