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How to Fill Out Your Own NCAA Bracket Online

    Register with the host of the bracket pool you wish to join. You'll need to enter a username, password and e-mail. Pools can be found at every major sports website, at many newspapers' online sites or can be created by friends.

    Type in a name for your bracket. Many sites allow you to enter more than one bracket.

    Select your winners for game. To select a winner, pick the school you believe will win from the drop-down box in each section. Continue this process for the entire bracket. When you are finished, you will have selected the NCAA Tournament champion.

    Guess a tiebreaking score. Include a score or margin of victory, depending on the bracket host, to break a potential tie.

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Tips

  • Instead of going round by round, you can fill out each quarter of the bracket one by one and then configure your Final Four.

About the Author

Andrew Cross began writing professionally in 2007 and now works full-time at a Chicago-based public relations agency. He has also served as a reporter, editor, columnist and freelance public relations consultant for several agencies and publications. Cross holds a Bachelor of Arts in public relations from Illinois State University.

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