Personally, one of the reasons I can stand making predictions about things is that at the end of the day, all you're really doing is just guessing.
Sure, I could assume Tiger plays well at Augusta and has won there multiple times, but picking him is still a guess, even if some would consider it a good one. This would be the same as what George Mason did to everyone in 2006, continuing not to listen to "experts" as they rolled to the Final Four, a true middle finger to anyone that ever thought they knew an inkling about sports.
(Side note: This is also the reason that I get so annoyed when "experts" start picking their Final Fours on various MSM websites and normally either have one of two equations - three one seeds and a two, or two one seeds, a two seed and (gasp) a three seed).
So, as fun as it was to watch March Madness unfold on Selection Sunday, Joe Lunardi and his "Bracketology" has pretty much sucked the fun out of thinking your team might get an easier road than some assume. I mean, lets be honest, the guy misses fewer games than Marty with the Sports Almanac in "Back to the Future II."
With that pointed out, thanks Joe for giving me absolutely no hope for the Arizona Wildcats, who have to beat Davidson in the first round only to face