This wouldn't appear to be a signal for a timeout. (John Barash/AP photo)

Pre-Fiasco follies: Tech and Gregory need to part

10:05 am Feb. 24, 2015

Our weekly look toward March Madness and Bradley’s Bracket Fiasco begins with a team that won’t grace the Big Dance. That’s Georgia Tech, which authored another in its series of come-from-ahead losses Monday and prompted

Our fabulous Fiasco winner. (Photo courtesy Ronnie Turner)

The 2014 Fiasco champ is Ronnie Turner of Vidalia

3:49 pm Apr. 10, 2014

The 27th edition of Bradley’s Bracket Fiasco was true to its name. For most of the 3,253 entrants, predicting the winners was indeed a forlorn hope. For Ronnie Turner of Vidalia, an NCAA tournament that

Aaron Craft's last dash as a collegian. (Bill Wippert/AP)

How Aaron Craft symbolized a wild NCAA day

9:33 am Mar. 21, 2014

Florida, the team I (and a few others) picked to win it all, was tied with 16th-seeded Albany in the second half. Louisville, the team I (and others) picked to finish second, trailed 13th-seeded Manhattan

Georgia's Mark Fox exults after a difficult victory. (Curtis Compton/AJC)

After a wild win, UGA gets to play Kentucky

12:47 am Mar. 15, 2014

Georgia, which has been figuring out ways to win since SEC play began in January, figured out another late Friday and into Saturday. In a game wrecked by overzealous officials, the Bulldogs made one basket


Coming soon: Our 27th annual Bracket Fiasco!

2:03 pm Mar. 14, 2014

Not trying to sound like Clark Howard, but if you’re going to enter only one NCAA pool this year, you should make it the one that’s paying $1,000,000,000 for a perfect submission. (That’s be the