TIL the odds of filling out a perfect March Madness NCAA bracket is 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 (that’s quintillion).

Read more: https://becksautocenter.com/15-ncaa-mens-basketball-tournament-fun-facts/

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  1. There are 63 games in the tournament. These are simply the odds of flipping a coin 63 times and having it come up heads (or tails) all 63 times. If you filled out your bracket by flipping a coin 63 times, then these are your odds. If you put any thought, research, statistics, or analysis into your bracket, your odds are still extremely low (has it ever happened?), but not as astronomically low as what was referenced by this auto parts website.

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