After the round of 32 in the NCAA basketball tournament, Dusty Dvoracek leads the Bears Bragging Rights challenge with 460 points.
Current and former Bears players (plus one senior writer) filled out their NCAA Basketball Tournament brackets for bragging rights on ChicagoBears.com.
After correctly picking 24 of 32 first-round games, Dvoracek had 11 of the teams that advanced to the Sweet 16. But the former Bears defensive tackle picked Michigan State to win the championship, and the Spartans lost in the first round to Middle Tennessee.
Earl Bennett is second with 440 points, but the former Bears receiver also has Michigan State winning it all.
Alshon Jeffery and Alex Brown are tied for third with 420 points and very well could battle for the title. Jeffery has North Carolina as his champion, while Brown picked Virginia.
Jerry Azumah, the leader after the first round, is tied for fifth with Pat Dunsmore with 410 points. But both also have Michigan State winning the championship.
Patrick Mannelly is tied for seventh with Kyle Long with 400 points and has the most possible points remaining of anyone in the challenge with 1,240. Surprisingly, the former Bears long-snapper chose Kansas as his champion and not his beloved alma mater, Duke.