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Fill Out Your NCAA March Madness Bracket the Smart Way- FREE

Dominate your office pool! Learn how to fill out an NCAA Tournament bracket. Plus, helpful tips and resources- FOR FREE!
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Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (18 ratings)
2,352 students
37min of on-demand video
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Learn how to fill out an NCAA Bracket
Learn about the NCAA Basketball Tournament

Requirements

  • Know how to use a computer or mobile device

Description

In this course, you will learn about the NCAA Basketball Tournament which is also known as "March Madness". You will learn how to fill out a bracket for free on a site like ESPN, CBS or Yahoo. You will learn what trends that you need to know in order to make intelligent picks in the opening rounds. You will learn about a very valuable resources for predicting upsets. Finally, you will get some valuable insight about the Final Four which will help you make better picks for your bracket. It is a fun, quick and free course that celebrates the best and most exciting sporting event of the year: March Madness!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who loves March Madness
  • Anyone who does a March Madness pool

Instructor

Featured Instructor, Certified Teacher, Entrepreneur
Matt
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 282 Reviews
  • 18,381 Students
  • 5 Courses

Mr. Guarino is a certified teacher, online creator and former YouTube sensation. He is a graduate of Iona College and Lehman College where he earned degrees in both Marketing and Education and later earned three certificates from the Berklee College of Music. He can play many different musical instruments such as the guitar, drums, electronic keyboard and bass guitar. His YouTube channel "Matty G the Musician" features videos of him performing as a One Man Band and earned him millions of YouTube hits, thousands of fans and led to work on an MTV show and a commercial for the 2010 Grammy Awards. He also has some acting experience and credits on IMDB. He loves to be creative and enjoys learning and experiencing new places. He has spent the last nine years running music programs at schools in New York City and Westchester. Upon joining Udemy, his course on Garageband was quickly featured on the Udemy blog (2015). He has appreciated being part of the Udemy community for over five years and hopes to continue to inspire his students for years to come. 

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