March Fever Contest 2015


 
Welcome To The $1,000,000
March Fever 2015 Challenge

Just make your picks for each game of the tournament.

You can pick who you think is going to win each game of the tournament. So, instead of predicting the entire tournament before it happens you get to pick the winner of each game as it goes along.

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Tim Smith

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Renee Robbins

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184

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Chris Johnson

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152

Dani Schwebach

Score:

186

Andy Ericson

Score:

168

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