Now that the conference tournaments are over and the bubbles have been burst or those teams made it in, it is now time to get to the nitty-gritty of the actual NCAA Tournament games starting on Thursday. Now we all have our printable brackets, so all that is left for us to make our picks. Lots of people have their own strategies, but one of the best ways to put together a decent bracket is to use the experts.
After the jump, we'll see what some of the experts are saying you should do to put your bracket (or brackets together)
Bracket Science: Buckeyes cut down the nets in low-risk bracket - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com
The tournament's overall low winning percentage produces few upsets in this bracket model. Peter Tiernan says that leads to all four No. 1 seeds advancing to Houston, with No. 1 overall Ohio State winning it all.
Bracket Science: The anatomy of an upset - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com
If you were thinking picking every 12 seed to beat a 5 is the formula for NCAA bracket success, you were wrong. Fortunately, Peter Tiernan is here to break down the numbers and show you the path to upset-picking, and ultimately, office-pool Nirvana.
Bracketology - NCAA College Basketball Brackets and Predictions - ESPN
Get the latest NCAA college basketball bracketology breakdown from ESPN's Joe Lunardi
Experts picks - College Basketball - Rivals.com
Brackets | Printable Bracket (PDF) | Get Mobile Scores | Video | Blog | Tournament Pick'em '09 Yahoo! - College Basketball news
NCAA Bracket Predictor 2011 - ESPN
Use NCAA Bracket Predictor to help build out your March Madness brackets
Video: Expert NCAA tournament picks - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
Digger Phelps, Hubert Davis, Jay Bilas and Dick Vitale fill out their brackets for the NCAA tournament.