The college basketball regular season is bland compared to the month of March. Once March begins the Madness kicks off and the college basketball season really begins. March signals the end of the regular season as it winds down and the focus is on college basketball tournament play.
The conference tournaments start and then after those are complete it is Selection Sunday, the biggest Sunday since the NFL ended. That is the Sunday when the NCAA committee will select who is going to the Big Dance. The NCAA Tournament puts the best of the college basketball teams that there is to offer in one great tournament format.
Because of this set up the office pools and bracket contests will be very attractive to college basketball bettors and fans alike. Online sports books like to get into the mix and this year WagerWeb is leading the way with their $25,000 March Madness Brackets contest.
The best part of this contest is that it is free to sign up for anyone that likes college basketball and has a WagerWeb account. If you are not a member of one of the best online sports books, now is the time to sign up. Not only will WagerWeb give out a 50 percent welcome bonus for all new clients but they also will hand out a free entry to this exclusive March Madness contest.
Join today and after selection Sunday fill out your bracket for your share of the $25K prize pool, but perhaps more importantly bragging rights among your friends and other members of the contest. College basketball is starting to heat up as March gets underway and this is the sports book and the contest that will offer up the most perks. So strut your stuff and join today!
Cole started off as a part time handicapper and a full time computer programmer. After developing a computer program that consistently provided winners in NFL, NBA, MLB, and college sports Cole went into full time handicapping. The computer program and his knack for winners made him a rising star in the handicapping world. His complex computer program based on algorithms and analytical calculations have led to a 60% ATS rate.