2014 NCAA Tournament Contests


It’s that time of year again, March Madness is upon us. With less than a week until Selection Sunday all the talk is about “body of work,” good wins, bad losses, and of course, RPIs, résumés and the dreaded bubble. Once the field of 68 has been announced, how the teams got in doesn’t matter, but the excitement of filling out your bracket does.



Welcome to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and some free games you can play. There are many different sites online where you can submit your picks and have a chance to win some great prizes. The old saying goes, “You have to be in it to win it”, so this article will provide you with some links to the most popular sites, and as always followed by great recipe: This time it’s Grilled Shrimp and Sausage Po’ Boys.


Playing in a tournament challenge is simple. All you have to do is select who you think will win each of the 63 tournament games that take place starting March 20th. For each game you get right, you earn points. The point value for a correct pick increases with each round of the tournament, culminating with the championship game on April 7th. Once you’ve made your selections, all you do is sit back, relax and pull for your picks to survive and advance.


Considering the unpredictable nature of the tournament every year, you certainly don’t have to be a college basketball savant to be successful. It’s a fun and easy game to play against friends, family and coworkers. You’ll see the seeds on the bracket, which will give you a better idea of which teams are expected to advance in each round. But don’t be too influenced by those numbers next to each team, because upsets happen every year, and picking the right ones is what separates the haves from the have-nots in Tournament Challenge.


It’s your bracket. Pick whichever teams you want. Want to be bold and take a huge underdog to reach the Final Four? If you know someone who took Butler or VCU to get that far in 2011, it’s likely they’ll never let you forget it, just don’t let people persuade you to go crazy with upsets.


Here are the most popular free games on the internet



2014 NCAA Tournament Contests


 (click on the name for direct link)


Yahoo! Tournament Pick ‘em

Perfect Bracket Prize: 1 Billion Dollars


NO Prizes, just for bragging rights!


Fox Sports $1,000,000.00 Challenge


ESPN Tournament Challenge


CBS Sports Bracket Challenge


Other CBS SPORTS Bracket Games


NBC Sports – It’s Madness


Jiffy Tickets NCAA Bracket Challenge


Athlon Sports Bracket Breakdown


Bracket Science Crazy 8


March Madnet Hoops Challenge


WWMT3 News Bracket Challenge


Diamond Sportsbook


Facebook page Contest


CappersInfo Survivor Contest


CappersInfo Bracket Contest


March Madness LIVE!

Click Here to watch all the games online



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Grilled Shrimp and Sausage Po’ Boys 



1lb sweet luganiga (Portuguese sausage) or your favorite link sausage
1lb jumbo shrimp, cleaned and de-veined
1/2 cup virgin olive oil
1 cup limeade
2 cloves garlic diced
1 tbsp Old Bay seasoning
Baby Lettuce
Chopped sundried tomatoes in oil.
6 – 6″ crusty Italian rolls
Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste



In a large bowl whisk together the olive oil and limeade.
When emulsified, whisk in the garlic, Old Bay, salt and pepper.
Add shrimp.
Marinate shrimp for one to two hours.
Do not marinate for more than 2 hours or the acid in the limeaide will begin to cook the shrimp.

Prepare a charcoal fire.
When the fire is hot, grill the sausage until cooked through, approximately 15 minutes.
Set aside.

Drain shrimp from marinade.
Do not dry them.
Grill shrimp until pink and opaque for approximately 3 minutes per side.
Do not over cook.
Set shrimp aside.

Slice bread to open, grill bread approximately one minute.

To assemble the sandwich.
Put mayo on one side of the roll.
Top with baby lettuce.
Cut sausage into slices.
Alternatively place sausage and shrimp on the lettuce.
Top with chopped sun dried tomatoes.




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