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NCAA Tournament 2017: Still Time to Join the Bruins Nation Bracket Challenge

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Brackets must be completed by 9:15 am PT on Thursday, March 16

NCAA Womens Basketball: NCAA Tournament-2nd Round- Louisville vs USF Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday was Selection Sunday and the Bruins are the #3 Seed in the South region. Do you have UCLA winning it all? Or, do you have Steve Alford’s history repeating itself?Now is the time to show off your prediction abilities. It’s time to make your tournament picks!

If you haven’t already signed up for the Bruins Nation Bracket Challenge, you can still do so. Heck, it’s Monday morning. You’re still tired from dealing with the change to Daylight Savings Time. Why not take a few minutes to complete your bracket now?

If you’re a total procrastinator, the deadline to complete your bracket is 9:15 am PT on Thursday, March 16th. So, you can join anytime between now and then. But don’t wait too long because it would suck if you don’t get to maximize your points due to an incomplete bracket. I don’t know about anyone else, but if I win I want to know that everyone I beat had entered a full bracket.

There’s definitely more excitement about this year’s Bracket Challenge.

We’ve already passed the number of people who joined last year and I wouldn’t be surprised if we double or triple the number of participants this year.

Of course, it’s just for bragging rights, but, hey, you’ll have them until next year’s challenge.

So, how do you join? It’s simple! Just head over to Yahoo! bracket group and join the group. You’ll need a Yahoo account. Our group is a private group so you'll need to know the password in order to join. But, despite that, all Bruins Nation members are welcome to participate! The usual Bruins Nation community guidelines apply and anyone violating them or trolling will be removed from the contest without notice.

Our Group ID is: 23905

Our Group Password is: Zo2Leaf

And you should be all set to make your picks.

So what are you waiting for?

If you still have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments.


Go Bruins!