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March Madness Final Four: How Will Each Team Fare

March Madness Final Four: How Will Each Team FareThe 2016 March Madness tournament is down to four teams that will be going head-to-head this weekend to see who will make it to the finals!  The stage is set in Houston and even though the public favors the Tar Heels to win it all, the bookies and the fans are not so sure as to who will be the ultimate champion.

If you haven’t already done it, don’t forget to have your TV set on Saturday, April 2, 2016 on TBS at 6:09 PM when we will have the battle of the No. 2 Seeded teams when the Oklahoma Sooners will be taking on the Villanova Wildcats who both took down a No. 1 seeded team to make it this far.

So let’s see what the sports handicapping experts have to say as to who has the best chance of winning this weekend.

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March Madness Pool at the Office – Winners and Losers

March Madness Pool at the Office – Winners and LosersIt’s time of the year again when over 60 million of Americans will be filling out a March Madness Bracket during their work hours as part of an office tournament pool.  This is a concern for some businesses believe that it is a waste of company time and resources. 

In fact, 86% of workers will end up filling out a tournament bracket and 56% of these workers intend on spending at least one hour taking care of their bracket which according to Wallethub.com, a financial tools and informational website, companies in the U.S. will $1.9 billion in unproductive workers during March Madness this year. 

In most cases, companies turn a blind eye to these festivities as it is considered good for moral and bring excitement to the office.  However, not every company will lose productivity during the NCAA Basketball tournament.  Of course, these are mostly companies in Houston, the host city of the Final Four where they expect to make $300 million from over 70,000 fans that will be visiting during the event.

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