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LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL MADNESS CHALLENGE

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL MADNESS CHALLENGE

The Review-Journal’s Adam Hill, Kelly Stewart and Matt Youmans compete against handicappers Bruce Marshall, Paul Stone and Ken Thomson in a contest covering NCAA Tournament games. Each contestant selects four games against the spread, sides or totals, choosing from the games on the betting board. Three of the picks are worth one point, and a Best Bet counts for two points. Any push is worth a half-point. The national champion pick is the tiebreaker.

Adam

Hill

Review-Journal

Total points: 6.5

Record: 6-9-1

Best Bet: Florida -5.5

Connecticut +4

Michigan -4.5

Michigan State -7.5

Champion: Louisville

Bruce

Marshall

GoldSheet.com

Total points: 6.5

Record: 6-9-1

Best Bet: North Dakota State +3.5

Dayton +7

Oregon-Wisconsin over 144

Harvard +7.5

Champion: UCLA

Kelly

Stewart

Review-Journal

Total points: 8

Record: 7-7-2

Best Bet: Pittsburgh +5.5

Dayton +7

Louisville -9

Wisconsin -5

Champion: UCLA

Paul

Stone

VegasSportsAuthority.com

Total points: 7

Record: 6-10

Best Bet: Michigan -4.5

Wisconsin -5

Oregon-Wisconsin under 144

North Dakota St-San Diego St under 125.5

Champion: Michigan State

Ken

Thomson

SportsXRadio.com

Total points: 7

Record: 6-10

Best Bet: North Dakota State +3.5

Dayton +7

Villanova -4

Michigan -4.5

Champion: Michigan State

Matt

Youmans

Review-Journal

Total points: 7

Record: 6-8-2

Best Bet: North Dakota State +3.5

Connecticut +4

Florida -5.5

Michigan -4.5

Champion: Florida

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