NCAA Tournament 2018 bracket: Proven computer model predicts March Madness upsets

March Madness is officially here! You can pick your 2018 NCAA Tournament bracket based on mascots, based on your limited knowledge of most of the teams … or you can trust science that has been proven to work. That’ll give you a big edge in your NCAA Tournament pool.

The past two years, SportsLine’s computer simulation has nailed some massive upsets, including huge wins by 14-seed Stephen F. Austin, 13-seed Hawaii, 12-seed Middle Tennessee State, and 11-seed Xavier. Getting those picks right could literally make or break your March Madness bracket.

Overall, their model has called a stellar nine out of 12 upsets by double-digit seeds in the first round over the last two years and went 27-5 straight-up in the first round last year. You shouldn’t even think about making a pick without seeing what it has to say.

They ran thousands of simulations this year to come up with the perfect 2018 NCAA Tournament bracket, and find out which teams will pull off the biggest upsets.

What they found: No. 7 seed Arkansas falls to 10th-seeded Butler in the first round. The Bulldogs take this matchup outright in over 62 percent of simulations.

The Bulldogs struggled down the stretch, losing six of their last nine games overall, but only two of those games were by more

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