The Media Guides, Blaudschun, Dufresne and Gould, invite you to put your bracket up against theirs in the 2017 Bracket Challenge.
To participate, go to ESPN's Tournament Challenge page before Thursday 3/16, sign in, create your own Bracket and then join the TMGCollegesports.com Group.
You're welcome to invite friends and family to join in, as well.
We'll be rewarding our top three finishers!
Already Have an ESPN Username/Password? If you have ever subscribed to or participated in an ESPN challenge or fantasy league, you can use your existing ESPN Username and Password to sign in and create your bracket.
Don't have or don't remember your ESPN Username/Password? You will need to sign up with a username/email and password on ESPN's site to create your bracket.
Creating/Submitting Your Bracket Once you're signed in on ESPN's Tournament Challenge site, you'll be able to create and submit your bracket.
To join the TMGcollegesports.com Group From ESPN's site click on the Groups tab (on top menu next to Home), enter TMGcollegesports in the Find Groups search bar, click on it, then click on the Join Group button.
For additional info see ESPN's How to Play FAQs
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What do know-it-all media types know about NCAA Tournament picking that you don't?
Answer: nothing. And here's your chance to prove it.
TMG College Sports proudly announces, drum roll please, its first TMG Bracket Bake-off.
Sign up now to compete against The Media Guides in this year's exciting three-week race to the Final Four in Glendale, Az.
It's FREE and open to TMG subscribers and all other friends, Romans and countrymen. To sign up, join our TMGcollegesports.com group on the ESPN site listed below and then simply fill out your bracket when it is released Sunday by the gods of television and NCAA selection committee. Click here
Match your expertise against Chris Dufresne (Rankman), Mark Blaudschun (Jersey Guy) and Herb Gould (Gould Standard), three grizzled scribes who have covered more than 70 Final Fours for some of nation's top media outlets (L.A. Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Boston Globe, Dallas Morning News).
The top three finishers in the TMG Bracket Bake-off will receive special goodies and the pride that will (likely) come from toppling three former ink-stained newsprint junkies.
We hope this will be as FUN as it is FREE.