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Royals Review 2022 NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge

It’s time to put it on the line.

Texas Tech Red Raiders guard Chibuzo Agbo (23) dribbles the ball while defended by Iowa State Cyclones guard Caleb Grill (2) in the second half at T-Mobile Center
Texas Tech Red Raiders guard Chibuzo Agbo (23) dribbles the ball while defended by Iowa State Cyclones guard Caleb Grill (2) in the second half at T-Mobile Center
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You know the drill by now: it’s bracket season. It is the seventh iteration of the Royals Review March Madness Bracket Challenge. Are there any prizes? No. Is your ego at stake? Yes. Yes it is.

From last year, here are the top winners among the 99 participants. If you forgot, Baylor came away with the trophy. Our top three performers all correctly picked Baylor to win, but our fourth place finisher didn’t do so and still ended up with a top five performance.

  • Gold Medal: zbedman by wbrockhoff
  • Silver Medal: PS I Love You by Pope Soria
  • Bronze Medal: Mark_Rebecca by ShieldsHouse
  • Honorable Mention: Jayhawkkirk 1 by Jayhawkkirk

Ready to challenge the likes of the above winners this year? Looking to run it back? Let’s have your bracket.

How to Join

  1. Go to the ESPN Tournament Challenge page
  2. If you don’t already have an ESPN profile, sign up—it’s free and only requires an email account
  3. Under the ‘My Groups’ tab click ‘Find a Group’ and search for ‘Royals Review - 2022’ or just follow this hyperlink
  4. Enter the password of RoyalsAreBack and join the group

You can then, under ‘My Bracket,’ choose your teams until the first round of 64 begins. I only ask that, if you are a commenter here at Royals Review and your ESPN screen name is not clearly similar to your Royals Review screen name, you name your bracket something that can make it clear to everyone whose bracket yours is.

Good luck! May the best, or luckiest, bracket win.