TODAY'S QUESTION: What's your method for filling out your bracket for March Madness?

Thursday, March 17, 2011 | 11:59 a.m. CDT

Many people enjoy the NCAA Tournament by filling out brackets, but the method by which basketball enthusiasts pick the winners and losers is just as discussed as the games are — even the president isn't immune to some bracket blasting.

And by the way, President Barack Obama chose KU to take the title this year.

Some fans who follow the teams closely seem to spend all season keeping track of stats for the sole purpose of building the perfect bracket.

Some just fill it out based on their favorite colors or which mascot could beat up the other in a fight.

How many brackets have you filled out? What's your method for solving March Madness? Has it worked in the past?

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