March 1 is rapidly approaching. That's the last day for new contributors to join the Bracket Matrix this year. If you're already listed on the rankings page (http://bracketproject.50webs.com/rankings.html), the March 1 deadline does not apply to you but if you haven't started publishing mock brackets, lemme know when you do.
If you're interested in joining this madness, please read this page. For those really interested, also read the NCAA Principles and Procedures for constructing a NCAA bracket and a NIT bracket.
Just today I saw a couple of things that are noteworthy when building your bracket:
-Try not to confuse Temple and Tennessee. I saw it on three different sites.
-If you're making a true bracket and not just a seed list, keep in mind that the NCAA tries to avoid first and second round rematches. Case in point, our good friend Joe Lunardi currently sets up a Kentucky-Louisville second round rematch. In his defense, at first glance, it's not an easy fix, but it should be done.