The NCAA tournament is the one sporting event, other than Olympic figure skating, in which fan interest greatly outweighs fan knowledge. Millions of Americans will enter a bracket in their office pools this week despite not having watched any college basketball this season. This leads to the inevitable questions: Is North Carolina still good? Why is Northern Iowa ranked so high? What’s a Wofford?
So The Wall Street Journal built a new tool to fix this old problem: the Madness Machine.