First let's discuss that office pool. You know the one, the one in which the common theme has Jane from accounting taking down the prize after picking her bracket based on uniform colors. Well Lead can assure you one thing - at the offices of the Leadquarters, this is the exception rather than the rule. Why? Because Lead knows how to put himself in the winner's circle. We've seen it time and time again, football, entertainment, playoff baseball, it's the same old story. Jane from accounting ain't doing any winning at the ‘Quarters. She's doing two things and two things only;
It is with this in mind that we at the Leadquarters have established two overall goals;
The average number of first round upsets since 1985 is about 8. So, if there would be 12 or so upsets in the first round, look for the Lead Man to be wagering the money line on the favorites in the second round. If there are only 3 or 4 upsets in the first round, Lead will go to the dogs in round 2. If the number of upsets is close to average, go UnLeaded. Remember players, Lead isn't into action at the expense of profit. Lead also recommends underdogs that really defend.
There you have it players, your keys to March Madness success. Instead of Jane from accounting prancing around the office a winner, follow these tips and she'll be in her rightful place; she'll be holding the ladder as you cut down the nets.
Good luck players!