Marquette Madness is in full force as NCAA play gets underway; official watch party at Jackson's
Milwaukee (CBS 58)--Bracket bust or brilliance. Or something in the middle. This is what so many of us are facing as the NCAA tourney gets underway. The odds of getting a perfect bracket, by the way, are 1 in 9.2 quintillion. That's 9.2 followed by 17 zeros. UWM Math professor, Brendan Burns Healy, believes he knows the path to victory by way of a "Game Theory." It's not really a formula per se, and he's not obsessed with perfection. He just wants to make sure his bracket is better than yours.
There are so many places to view the Big Dance, including at Jackson's Blue Ribbon Pub in the Brewer District. In fact, this has been deemed Marquette's official watch party location. Doors open at 11am. And you know there will be plenty of food, PBR, and prizes.