Congratulations to Gene Wright!

Congratulations to Gene Wright, who won the first annual Coyote Blog NCAA bracket contest.  Gene only had one of the final four picked (UCLA) but did so well in the opening rounds he had the contest locked up even before last weekend.  Second place was Michael Gunter and third was Bob Houk.  Interestingly, no one out of 34 contestants had Florida in the finals or winning it all.  By the way, yours truly limped in at 24th, though my son helped uphold the family honor at 10th.  If you were not in the pool, you can still click here and enter email "coyote -at- coyoteblog -dot- com" and password "coyote" to see all the results.

By the way, I highly recommend the site for your brackets.  It costs $9 to set up, but it has no ads, the registration is MUCH less intrusive for your players than free sites like Yahoo, they have great analysis options, and they are much faster at posting results.

One Comment

  1. Chris Yeh:

    Sadly Warren, I took the shortcut of always picking the higher seed, and even in this upset-filled tournament with no #1s in the Final Four, I still finished one slot above you.

    But as Brent Barry said of the Spurs' pool, "That's the tournament in a nutshell--the winner is always some Argentinian guy picking teams based on their colors."