March 17, 2011
Forget Your March Madness Bracket: Play NCAA Bingo! Instead

Why even bother with brackets, really? You’ll be much happier playing BINGO!—our new March Madness-themed BINGO!, that is. Just print out the specially-designed card below, and use bottle-caps or coins to cover a square every time you hear one of these common March Madness-y words or phrases. Or you could just use the card to play a drinking game and drown your sorrows while watching your brackets implode.

Read more at The Atlantic

Forget Your March Madness Bracket: Play NCAA Bingo! Instead

Why even bother with brackets, really? You’ll be much happier playing BINGO!—our new March Madness-themed BINGO!, that is. Just print out the specially-designed card below, and use bottle-caps or coins to cover a square every time you hear one of these common March Madness-y words or phrases. Or you could just use the card to play a drinking game and drown your sorrows while watching your brackets implode.

Read more at The Atlantic

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    Epic.
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    Would MUCH rather be playing this right now!
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    Far superior to any drinking game. I’m disappointed that Bill Walton only did the tournament one year. I love “Throw it...
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  14. bmichael said: I like this… but what’s the overarching point of having only one bingo card: everyone wins. That’s antithetical to sport.
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