Learn how to run a popular NCAA Tournament March Madness Bracket office pool and follow your favorite teams to the Final Four
These pools are for single games rather than entire tournaments. The pool is displayed on a grid of squares with numbers along both the top and left side of the page. The top row of numbers represents one team and the side row represents the other team. The numbers are not actually placed on the top and side, however, until the grid has been filled with the contestants' names. Once filled, numbers are drawn out of a hat and placed left to right along the top of the grid, and top to bottom down the side of the grid.
The NCAA's March Madness tournament is one of the most widely anticipated sporting events of the year. Filling out March Madness brackets has become a rite of spring for sports fans around the country. We have everything you need to set up your own NCAA March Madness Tournament office pool including rules, instructions, and printable templates.