And then there were none.
The last perfect NCAA bracket bit the dust Saturday when Syracuse and Oregon lost.
Brad Binder had the last perfect March Madness bracket, something being closely watched due to a first-ever $1 billion challenge from Warren Buffet.
Binder had not entered the Buffet challenge, however, so even if he’d correctly picked every game of the tournament, he wouldn’t have won a dime.
Binder, who is apparently taking it all in stride, had this to say about his bracket run:
And that was the closest I've ever come to not winning a billion dollars— Brad Binder (@Brad_Binder_) March 23, 2014