How many curly braces of March Madness picked Saint Peter’s into the Elite Eight?

Saint Peter’s Peacocks made March Madness history as the first 15 seeds that made up the Elite Eight – but how many braces have that choice?

You could argue that the biggest Cinderella run in Mad March history is happening right before our eyes thanks to the efforts of St. Peter’s Peacock.

First, MAAC’s 15 seeds upset Kentucky in the First Round, causing many difficulties in the process. The Peacocks then caused another disappointment when they ousted Murray State to win tickets to the Sweet 16. On Friday night, however, the small New Jersey college made history when they overcame a disappointment. sadly, knocked out Purdue and became the first 15-seed university to ever make up the Elite Eight.

It’s an inevitable Saint Peter’s run, one that almost no one sees coming. And the brackets sent prove it a lot.

Saint Peter’s for the Elite Eight: How many curly braces of March Madness picked Peacocks?

How many people chose Saint Peter’s to be the Elite Eight on their March Madness roster? According to the official NCAA March Madness account, of the millions of submissions, only 0.87% included the Peacocks making it past the Quarterfinals by one game.

I’m willing to bet an even smaller percentage of people are putting their brackets on some kind of paid group or contest.

However, regardless of whether you are part of the 0.87% or not, college fans must enjoy every second of this run. This is the kind of dream run that the NCAA Tournament usually sells for, and we’re seeing possibly the best version ever to happen in real time.

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John Verrall

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