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Azumah leads Bragging Rights pool

After the round of 64 in the NCAA basketball tournament, Jerry Azumah leads the Bears Bragging Rights challenge with 250 points.

Azumah was correct on 25 of the 32 games, an impressive feat given the number of upsets in the first round; the 10 wins by double-digit seeds were the most ever.

Earl Bennett and Dusty Dvoracek are tied for second with 240 points.

Unfortunately for Azumah, Bennett and Dvoracek, all three of them picked Michigan State to win the tournament and the Spartans were stunned in the first round by Middle Tennessee, one of the biggest upsets in tournament history.

Alshon Jeffery and Alex Brown are tied for fourth with 220 points and have a more realistic chance of winning. Jeffery has North Carolina winning it all, while Brown picked Virginia.

Jeff Jaeger, Anthony Adams and Emery Moorehead are tied for last place with 180 points.

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