The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is only a month away. And while it doesn’t look like Bruno will be dancing come March, it can’t hurt to get some expert info so you can finally win that pesky bracket contest.
So this Friday at 7pm, make a right at Tealuxe, walk down to Books on the Square, and meet Andrew Clark, author of “Bracketeering: The Layman’s Guide to Picking the Madness in March.” Clark, a law student at Suffolk University, has developed a system that has helped him pick four out of the last six tournament champions.
Clark sat down with the Herald for an interview to dole out some of his secrets. Find out more about his statistical techniques, plus his sleeper for the upcoming tournament, after the jump.