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Saturday, March 13, 2010

March Madness Perfect Bracket Contests 2010


Just like last year, the team here at Roxiticus Desperate Housewives has done all the research for you to make the most of your March Madness 2010 experience. Hint to our readers: the contests get better as you scroll down.

First, ESPN has posted their 2010 March Madness Tournament Challenge, and I'm afraid $10,000 is not nearly as interesting as a million bucks. You'd think with sponsors like State Farm and Sprint, ESPN could pony up the money to make it a little more interesting for us.

The CBS Sports Bracket Challenge is offering a chance to win a new car from Infiniti... the 2011 Infiniti M.

The good news: this year, BracketContest.com is again offering to pay one million dollars for the perfect bracket. The bad news: last year, all I had to give up to register was my e-mail address, snail mail address, and phone number, and they kept my mailbox full of scantily clad women and swimsuit calendars all year long. This year, the prizes will only be paid to participants that have an active account at Jazz Sportsbook or ABC Islands. An active account is defined as having funds and having played at least $50 during four out of the past seven days. I'm going to pass and stick with the free stuff.

WRALSportsFan.com has a $1,000,000 Bracket Challenge. Getting 1 or 2 wrong gets you $10,000. Miss 3 games and you can still win $1,000.


So here's the best perfect bracket contest I've found: Yahoo is offering a shot at $1 million in the Yahoo Sports Tourney Pick 'Em 2010!! Each person/household/Yahoo ID can fill out five (5) different brackets for five shots at the million bucks.

Having found our readers all of the March Madness Perfect Bracket Challenges you need, Roxiticus Desperate Housewives must take London and Maddie over to Mendham Township Elementary School for the big kids vs. parents game celebrating the last Mendham Patriots basketball clinic this year.
So stay tuned for Selection Sunday, and if you're the one with the perfect bracket, please thank us with an appropriate share of your winnings.

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