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Bracket Analysis

A Breakdown of the Original Predicalated Bracket
Last Updated: 7/25/2011 6:11 PM ET
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Picks Pages:
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First Four: Tuesday Picks Wednesday Picks
March 17 (Thursday, Round 1): Predictalator Picks (All 16 games) Paul's Picks (Top 4 Plays)
March 18 (Friday, Round 1): Predictalator Picks (All 16 games) Paul's Picks (Top 4 Plays)
Customize the Predictalator - Play the Games with Any Lines
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