Maybe - filling out a perfect bracket; less likely than Duke not choking in the first two rounds and advancing to the second week of play. It's alright Coach K, you'll get that 70th career tournament win someday.
Filling out a perfect bracket; less likely than Memphis hitting their free throws at the end of a close game.
Or my personal favorite - filling out a perfect bracket; less likely than underdogs going 4-0 at a tournament site in the first round, including 2 #12 seeds and 2 #13 seeds.
This year, in an effort to get more people to fill out brackets on their site, Yahoo! offered five million dollars for a perfect bracket, and of course could still feel comfortable that their money would stay safe in the bank. Face it, I could offer my first-born and the right to have a personal flying carpet, and a perfect 63 game bracket would still never come to be.
But this weekend, all of you lazy workers looking for a big break may have caught one. Yahoo! is offering one million dollars for a perfect second-chance bracket. Starting with the sweet sixteen and only fifteen remaining games in the tourney, there is now a much more manageable 32,768 possible combinations in this bracket. You know what that means? For the next two days you need to fill out brackets every waking moment you are available; fill them out during breakfast, during work, during lunch, during class, when your wife is trying to have a conversation with you, and before you go to sleep. Pick the obvious games and pick the upsets; make sure to mix and match crazy combinations. And because I opened your eyes to these great new odds, please feel obligated to give me a fraction of your newly found fortune when you pick that coveted perfect second chance bracket.