Hack your bracket using the psychology color chart

It's that time of year when you're hassled at work to buy two things- cookies and or a square on the office March Madness board. It's that time of year when people you work with, suddenly know the difference between personal fouls and team fouls.  3 point shots and a 3 second violations. Every one becomes an expert in SEC vs. Big Ten, Pac-12  vs. Big 12 and any other league with numbers and letters.  

Truth is- most of us pay more attention to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's film career than we do 60 of the 68 teams in the March Madness bracket.  

So be honest with your self and don't try to fool your co-workers with your vast wasteland of useless knowledge of the teams this year when you make your picks. 

Any coach will tell you- sports are as much a mental game as skill. So consider this method of "hacking the bracket" by using the psychology of colors. Color charting your picks.  For example why do blue uniformed teams seem to win more? Blue is a color of STRENGTH.  Take a look at what colors mean to people or opponents in this case and why they are used by these companies.  


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