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					  Autistic Kid Picks Perfect Bracket: Chicago’s
  Alex Hermann - 2010 Sweet 16! NCAA Perfect
                  Bracket 2010!

Autistic Kid Picks Perfect Bracket: Chicago’s Alex Hermann - 2010 Sweet
16! NCAA Perfect Bracket 2010!
A 17-year old boy from Chicago, Illinois, has been the only person known to come
forward with a 2010 NCAA perfect bracket! His name is Alex Hermann, and he
claims the secret to his success is he likes numbers and is good at math. Hermann
says he pays real close attention to the games and last season’s history, but was
this perhaps a stroke of luck? I pay attention too, and that’s why I chose Kansas!
But I was wrong, like most of you, and Alex has prevailed thus far.
To clarify, Alex Hermann correctly picked Cornell, Northern Iowa, Washington,
and St. Mary’s (CA) to be right where they are. Unreal. So now the big question is,
who did he pick to go all the way? His favorite of course, Purdue (where brother
Andrew Hermann went to college). Hermann has predicted they’ll make it all the
way to the NCAA Championship 2010, and take down Kansas State. If this notion
seems a little crazy, I wouldn’t be so quick to judge. Maybe next year, along with
Dick Vitale’s picks, we’ll also get some insight from Alex!


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  Autistic Kid Picks Perfect Bracket: Chicago’s
  Alex Hermann - 2010 Sweet 16! NCAA Perfect
                  Bracket 2010!

				
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Description: Autistic Kid Picks Perfect Bracket: Chicago’s Alex Hermann - 2010 Sweet 16! NCAA Perfect Bracket 2010! A 17-year old boy from Chicago, Illinois, has been the only person known to come forward with a 2010 NCAA perfect bracket! His name is Alex Hermann, and he claims the secret to his success is he likes numbers and is good at math. Hermann says he pays real close attention to the games and last season’s history, but was this perhaps a stroke of luck? I pay attention too, and that’s why I chose Kansas! But I was wrong, like most of you, and Alex has prevailed thus far.