Your predictions on an NCAA tournament bracket 2011 is fun. However, it can also win you some serious cash and prizes. There are several different March Madness bracket competitions going on. Just what are they?
The tournament action starts tonight as the play-ins for the Big Dance begin. These games will take the field of 68 down to 64 before the big dancing begins. There is still time to fill out your printable NCAA tournament bracket and get in on some contests for the 2011 version of March Madness.
Then there is the Coke Zero NCAA Bracket Challenge at Chilis, which also offers some great prizes (although not as great as Hooters). There are three rounds to this contest, so you have additional chances. In addition to winning for having the correct bracket picks, you can also win just for entering, which is cool. The grand prize is A trip package for 2 to the 2012 NCAA Men's Final Four.
The ESPN Tournament Challenge is also a hot place to enter yourÂ bracketÂ picks. First place in the contest will win $10,000 cash. There will also be prizes forÂ second and third places. First place is theÂ bracket entry that has theÂ most correct picks.
Yahoo! Sports Tourney Pick'em is a top March Madness contest as well. The first place winner will win $10,000 in this contest. However, if anybody has a 100 percent perfect bracket, thenÂ he or she will take home a cool $1 million. You can't beat that baby!
Hooters-MSN/Fox Sports College Basketball Bracket Challenge is a contest worth $1 million. That is some serious change. To win this first place prize, you must have the entire NCAA tournament bracket 2011 predictions correct. That would be amazing to win if you do choose everything right!Â There are several other amazing prizes to be had as well in this March Madness contest.
USA Today has a March Mania, and they are offeringÂ a cash prize of $1,500 for theÂ bracket with the mostÂ correct picks. Second place is $240 and third place is $100 in this contest.
CBS Sports Bracket Challenge will actually draw the grand prize randomly from the top 10 percent of finishers in their contest, which is unique. The grand prize is a Trip for 2 to 2012 Final Four. This is the only prize offered for this contest.
There are so many contests to enter your NCAA tournament bracket 2011 predictions and picks in. HowÂ many do you enter? Do you have a strategy? Have you won anything during a March MadnessÂ contest before?
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