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Posted at 11:39 AM ET, 03/ 5/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: A quick note to readers

By Eric Prisbell

Hello, everyone. I wanted to thank everyone - all 90-plus people - who e-mailed me about office pools. The story is quite long at this point and will now be held until Selection Sunday so it can get the most play. If you have any questions or more thoughts on office pools this season, please email me at prisbelle@washpost.com. I can only quote 10 to 12 people, but I plan to put the thoughts of many others in several blog entries leading up to the games.

This is a HUGE weekend for local teams playing for seeding and berths, and the games begin in less than an hour. I will have a few blog entries this weekend as the bubble picture changes form yet again. And starting next week I also will start giving you the skinny on all of the automatic qualifiers from smaller conferences so you have some insight about them before you make your picks. It is going to be extremely difficult to successfully predict how the tournament will unfold this season, but I am leaning toward picking a certain team to win it all. I want to see how their play in their conference tournament first.

Again, please e-mail me anytime with any questions or suggestions about features you'd like to see here the next few weeks. Thanks.

By Eric Prisbell  | March 5, 2011; 11:39 AM ET
 
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Awesome blog so far, looking forward to rest of season. Really appreciate all you do.

Posted by: OldNumber3 | March 5, 2011 11:55 AM | Report abuse

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