Alex Hermann: Autistic Kid with Perfect NCAA Bracket

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It is not merely everyone’s brackets have been destroyed all the 2010 NCAA game, except Alex Hermann who is the autistic kid with faultless bracket that has been foreseen and he is only a 17-year-old from Chicago. Alex Hermann has rightly made each team going into the Sweet 16 round. This also involves the upset teams Northern Iowa and Cornell. The facts for such bracket ideals are just one among many millions.

Alex and his family have alleged that they have not changed the brackets in such way besides that these are his real choice as filed by Bracket Challenge. You could also come into the free $10,000 Sweet 16 Bracket online at and try if you can have a perfect bracket.

The autistic kid with perfect bracket as well comprises electives of Purdue being able to go on to the NCAA Championship game. This is perceived by absolutely impossible, as they would have to pass through Duke, and exactly the heavily favored Kentucky team. Although according to the attempt of the first and second rounds, who can actually state what most likely will occur after that. The NCAA game proceeds on Thursday night as the Sweet 16 teams strives hard to get to the Elite Eight round.


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