WrestleStat NCAA Pool

JM4CY

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Picks are in. I’m in there twice and I’m not sure why. @stuclone You can delete my second blank one in there.
 

Andegre

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Picks are in. I’m in there twice and I’m not sure why. @stuclone You can delete my second blank one in there.
FYI - the leaderboard page where you see yourself twice, it is NOT a duplicate entry. I added YOUR entry to the top of the page if/when you get really big group so you don't have to scroll down the page to see where you stand on the leaderboard.
 

JM4CY

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FYI - the leaderboard page where you see yourself twice, it is NOT a duplicate entry. I added YOUR entry to the top of the page if/when you get really big group so you don't have to scroll down the page to see where you stand on the leaderboard.
All good, I’ll be at the top anyway. :cool:
 

Cytasticlone

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I assume people would frown on discussions of strategy before the pool starts? This is my first shot at something like this and I had no idea where to start. I guess I do have a strategy per se. I'll wait until Thursday to see what others think about it.
 

stuclone

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I assume people would frown on discussions of strategy before the pool starts? This is my first shot at something like this and I had no idea where to start. I guess I do have a strategy per se. I'll wait until Thursday to see what others think about it.
I’ll give you a hint: pick the 1 seed at Hwt :)
 

SouthJerseyCy

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I assume people would frown on discussions of strategy before the pool starts? This is my first shot at something like this and I had no idea where to start. I guess I do have a strategy per se. I'll wait until Thursday to see what others think about it.
That's kind of the beauty of this. There is no right or wrong strategy. Sometimes you might choose a couple of #1's who you think are sure things, but then you're left scrambling at other weights. I generally try to pick guys I think are underseeded, but that usually comes back to bite me too if they get beat early.

Last years winners usually had Griffith (8) or Ferrari (4) going far.