After 50 matches of the 2019 NCAA tournament, the streak is over. There aren’t any ideal brackets.
The temporarily famous”centre street” bracket, which had accurately predicted the very first 49 games of March Madness, suffered its first loss at the second game of the Sweet 16 if 3-seed Purdue beat 2-seed Tennessee in overtime.
The mount was entered within our Capital One NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge match by 40-year-old neuropsychologist Gregg Nigl, that was not even aware of the record-breaking streak until NCAA.com called him Monday, following the next round of the championship.
Have a look at our entire interview with Nigl here.
Before this year, the longest we had ever seen a mount go unblemished was 39 straight games, which occurred in 2017 (we describe why we’re so sure of that amount below). Nigl’s”center road” bracket shattered that listing.
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