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NCAA March Madness Starts Today….. Lisa G’s picks and lots more!

NCAA March Madness Starts Today….. Lisa G’s picks and lots more!

The Average Person Will Spend Six Hours Distracted at Work by March Madness

The March Madness play-in games are going on now and the “real” tournament starts Thursday.  So let’s hope you don’t have too much work to do.


According to a new study, the average person will spend six hours distracted at work during the tournament . . . whether it’s watching the games, checking scores, or messing around with their bracket.


And overall, the tournament should cost companies $2.3 BILLION in lost productivity this year.

We’ll Bet $10 Billion on March Madness . . . and 97% Is Gambled Illegally

Millions of people all over the country are filling out March Madness brackets right now, and probably throwing a few dollars into the pool.  And all of that is technically illegal.


According to a new study, Americans will gamble approximately $10 BILLION on the NCAA tournament this year.  And 97% of those bets are ILLEGAL.  The only legal way to bet on sports in America right now is at Nevada sports books.


Now, the odds are the Feds AREN’T going to bust down your door because you’re running a 20-person pool where the winner gets $200 . . . but they COULD.

March Madness Starts Today! Here Are the Ten Best Cities to Be a College Basketball Fan

March Madness starts today with the first two play-in games.  And a new study ranked the best cities to LIVE in if you’re a college basketball fan.  It looked at nine different factors, like how many teams each city has . . . what their winning percentage is . . . and how die-hard the fans are.  Here are the top 10 . . .


  1. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where UNC is.  They’re a 2-seed this year, and they’ve won six championships, including last year.


  1. Lawrence, Kansas, where the Kansas Jayhawks call home.  Three titles.


  1. Los Angeles, mainly because of UCLA, which has won 11 titles.  Their last one was in 1995.  But between 1964 and 1975, they won TEN.


  1. Durham, North Carolina, where Duke is.  Five championships.


  1. Lexington, Kentucky, where the Kentucky Wildcats play.  Eight titles.


  1. Philadelphia.  Villanova is a big reason.


  1. Storrs, Connecticut, where the University of Connecticut is.  Oddly enough, New Britain, Connecticut . . . just 40 miles away . . . ranked dead LAST.


  1. Bloomington, Indiana, where the Indiana Hoosiers play.


  1. East Lansing, Michigan, because of Michigan State.


  1. College Park, Maryland, where the University of Maryland is.

Lisa G knows nothing about college basketball – here are her picks!


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– Dave & Lisa

Lisa G

March 13th, 2018

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