If you filled out your bracket using an extreme-risk strategy, Kansas would be your championship pick, writes Peter Tiernan.
If you're looking for a medium risk strategy in picking brackets, the numbers say North Carolina, writes Peter Tiernan.
A high-risk approach to filling out your bracket yields a repeat champion in Florida, writes Peter Tiernan.
If you take a conservative approach to filling out your bracket, pencil in Florida to repeat, writes Peter Tiernan.
No other factor comes close to predicting overachievement in the Final Four than being on a Rick Pitino-led team, writes Peter Tiernan.
Peter Tiernan examines the factors that increase your odds of forecasting the right Final Four teams for the 2007 NCAA Tournament.
Peter Tiernan looks at factors that improve your odds of spotting Cinderella teams in the NCAA Tournament.
Peter Tiernan examines which factors separate toss-up game victors from victims in the NCAA Tournament.
We know a No. 16 has never beaten a No. 1 in the men's NCAA Tournament, but Pete Tiernan breaks down the other seed matchups.
The numbers point to UConn and Oklahoma State playing for the title, with Eddie Sutton's squad cutting down the nets.
One-third of all NCAA Tournament games can be classified as toss-ups. Here's how to make them more predictable.
As the third decade of the 64-team era dawns, here are 40 "Top Five" lists from the last 20 years of Madness.
There's no single factor that distinguishes Final Four teams, but semifinal squads do share common attributes.
In the NCAA Tournament, every seed tells a story. Studying those stories can reveal valuable truths.
Based on its performance against seed expectations, the Big East has outperformed the ACC over the last decade.
Cinderella squads have some common attributes. Knowing what they are makes it a lot easier to sniff out the upsets.