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Your Official WILLisms.com NCAA 2005 basketball tournament bracket.

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Need a printable bracket for the 2005 NCAA basketball tournament?

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Have fun.

Our picks (we follow college basketball very closely but have only had a few good brackets over the years):


If some our picks make scratch your head, it's only because the seeds this year seemed so out-of-whack. For example, we think Kansas would beat Connecticut, but we think that Wisconsin will beat the KU Jayhawks before they get that chance. Or,

When our picks are way off base, you can make fun of us for our lack of college basketball prescience. When we're right on target, give us props accordingly.

By the way, we're not ACC homers at all, even though we have 3 ACC teams in the Final Four. That's just how our bracket went. For example, we don't really think Wake Forest is one of the top four teams in the country (although they are close), but because they have such an easy bracket, they will get to the Final Four.

There are some other puzzling choices for seeds, but there always are. One of better aspects of college basketball is that, unlike college football, the championship is decided on the court.

Posted by Will Franklin · 14 March 2005 05:40 PM