How does your NCAA tournament bracket look as we head to the Sweet Sixteen beginning tonight? According to a story from ESPN.com, 17 year-old Alex Herrman, a student at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Illinois, can say his is perfect. Herrman, who is autustic, has correctly predicted every game thus far.
Alex entered his bracket on CBSsports.com's bracket challenge. And get this: According to the Book of Odds, the chances of correctly predicting the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament are one in 13,460,000. The odds of winning the lottery TWICE are better than this. The odds of attaining a perfect bracket for the entire tournament are 1 in 35,360,000,000.