: 1 perfect March Madness bracket remains heading into Sunday’s late games

After 44 basketball games in this year’s March Madness, only one person has picked every winner — the longest run of perfection ever, according to NCAA.com.

The website is tracking the tens of millions of brackets entered online through the its own Bracket Challenge Game as well as ESPN, CBS, Yahoo, Fox, and Sports Illustrated. But getting it right is harder than picking the winning Mega Millions of Powerball numbers: The odds of filling out a perfect bracket through all 63 games are 1 in 9.2 quintillion, or 9.2 billion billions. Until today, the longest streak was 39 games, Most people, of course, lost their shot at perfection by the end of the first full day of games on Thursday.

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