ESPN Rat MarchMadness Bracket Tops Humans

Mar 21 2014, 2:09pm CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

ESPN Rat MarchMadness Bracket Tops Humans
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Rats are better than most humans in picking a Bracket for MarchMadness 2014. The ESPN Rat Bracket Maze is 15 of 16, better than 98.2% of human brackets filed on Watch the rats pick their bracket below.

NCAA MarchMadness 2014 tournament is underway and fans have filled out their brackets. ESPN has asked dwarf rats to do a special rat bracket. And what do you know? The rats are experts in picking a bracket. 

ESPN has built a maze in the shape of a bracket and had the rats dressed in team uniforms predict the matches. The ESPN Rat Bracket is 15 of 16, which is better than 98.2% of the brackets made by humans on

The rats even predicted the surprise upsets of Harvard, Dayton and North Dakota State. What does this mean for the college basketball fan? You cannot pick a winning bracket based on knowledge. It's mostly chance. You can also play the lottery. Watch the ESPN rats make their bracket below.

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