Teacher Professor

March 24, 2010

Perfect Bracket

Filed under: Autism — Teacher Professor @ 3:00 pm

This just in: A kid with autism from Chicago has picked everyone of the correct teams in the NCAA bracket thus far.  His odd of doing that randomly: One in 13,460,000, according to BookofOdds.com. It’s easier to win the lottery. Twice.  He foresaw the fall of Kansas!  (And New Mexico, my alma mater- sniff…)

Of course, he entered his data in one of the only bracket games to not pay.  Had he entered his picks in sportsbook.com, he could have won $13 million dollars. There is no other person, according to the article, who has a perfect bracket.  Certainly, not me!

His pick for the big winner? Purdue.  You might want to place your bets now, folks.

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