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Rashied Davis wins Bragging Rights

Former receiver Rashied Davis has won the Bears Bragging Rights NCAA basketball challenge for the second straight year.

Current and former Bears players (plus one senior writer) filled out their NCAA Basketball Tournament brackets for bragging rights on ChicagoBears.com.

Davis clinched the victory over receiver Alshon Jeffery when Villanova defeated Oklahoma in the first Final Four game Saturday in Houston.

Davis has compiled 1,110 points, which puts him in the 99.3 percentile among those who entered brackets on ESPN.com. He correctly predicted that North Carolina and Villanova would meet in Monday night's championship game, with the Tar Heels winning the title.

None of the other 15 current or former Bears players who entered the Bragging Rights challenge picked the championship game correctly.

Jeffery is assured of finishing second regardless of who wins the title contest.

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