It's March. If you don't live under a rock, you know what that means. It means that every college sports fan you know, and even some people who aren't, will be glued in front of the television for the next few weekends.
It also means brackets. Now, brackets are just an interesting statistical experiment, because a) despite the painstaking efforts that go into determining seeds for the tournament, they never really seem to hold in practice and b) no matter how much effort you put in, it seems like there's always that one person who lucks their way into a better bracket than yours.
Don't get me wrong, I get why some people make three and four brackets, each differentiated by a few key decisions. But I also kind of...don't. Sure, it's exciting, but unless you're an intense gambler with a lot of time on your hands, I really don't get the hype.
Maybe someone can explain it to me. Meanwhile, time to return to stressing over mine.