Will a "low-risk strategy" lead to top-seed North Carolina cutting down the nets?
The "medium-risk strategy" has all four No. 1 seeds reaching the Final Four and a Big 12 team winning it all.
Nine teams made the cut for the "high-risk strategy" of filling out your bracket. Could Kansas cut down the nets in this scenario?
Could zero No. 1 seeds reach the Final Four this season? That's what the "dangerous strategy" tells us this season.
Now that the brackets are out, Peter Tiernan crunches the numbers to see which teams can make Cinderella runs.
We know a No. 16 seed has never beaten a No. 1 seed in the men's NCAA tournament. But Peter Tiernan breaks down the other seed matchups.
If you follow these rules, you'll significantly improve your odds of forecasting the right Final Four teams, writes Peter Tiernan.
Peter Tiernan explains how PASE, Performance Against Seed Expectations, is defined.
Scoring punch, victory margin and the lack of a long pre-tourney winning streak are the recurring traits in toss-up matchups in the NCAA Tournament, writes Peter Tiernan.
Conditions are ripe for an upset-filled 2008 NCAA Tournament, but how do you spot the Cinderellas? Peter Tiernan takes a look at the top attributes for the underdogs.
A heavy reliance on 3-pointers and shooting well are important factors in NCAA Tournament overachievement, writes Peter Tiernan.
It's likely that 2007 was an upset-less aberration, and we should see a return to some madness this March, writes Peter Tiernan.
While the NCAA Tournament has been structurally consistent, the game has evolved and so have the trends, writes Peter Tiernan.
Predicting tourney overachievement comes down to a few attributes. Peter Tiernan examines which ones can best help you win your pool.
It's likely that 2007 was an upset-less aberration and we should see a return to some madness this March, writes Peter Tiernan.
Tempo-free stats, particularly Pythag winning percentage and defensive efficiency, are key factors to consider in identifying deep tourney advancers, writes Peter Tiernan.