Biostatistician Has Created Ultimate NCAA Pool


Hey, you, the guy who runs the annual March Madness Office Pool.

You want to keep doing the same old dreary pool that gives as many points on luck as on knowledge of the teams, or are you ready to ... turn it up a notch ... take it to the next level ... bring out your "A" game ... make this a whole new ballgame?

Because thanks to local biostatistician Ted Gooley, you can run an ultimate March Madness office pool.

I know, I know, running the office pool can be a hassle.

You can't even remember how you became the designated Office Pool Guy, doing your bit for what Challenger, Gray & Christmas estimates will be $192 million in lost productivity from distracted office workers during the three-week basketball tournament.

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