Steve Kraske's 2022 NCAA Tournament bracket predictions
The NCAA national college basketball championship tournament is underway. The odds of filling out a perfect bracket are one in 120 billion. That didn't deter the Up To Date host one bit.
From now through April 4, sports fans in America have only one thing on their minds, March Madness.
From fans who follow college basketball religiously to those who only watch during this national tournament, people are filling out a bracket and joining a pool. Knowledge of college basketball isn't necessarily needed to have a shot at a good bracket.
Kevin Holmes, anchor for KSHB 41 Action News believes if anyone can beat the challenge of getting a perfect bracket, its him.
"If not me, then who?," he asked. Holmes has Gonzaga, Tennessee, Baylor and Kansas making it to the Final Four with Gonzaga taking home the trophy.
On the other hand, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas believes Kansas and Kentucky will make it out of their regionals as will Gonzaga and Villanova. Lucas picks the University of Kentucky to win the whole thing.
Lucas recalled when he was in high school, he and his friends used to run a bracket contest. Even though he knew college basketball, watched the games and read the score lines, he said, "it's usually the person who has no idea what was going on who would end up winning it all in the end."
Steve Kraske has Texas Tech, Virginia Tech, Arizona and Kansas in his Final Four and picked Arizona to come out on top.
Fill out the 2022 printable NCAA bracket and see how well your picks measure up against those of Steve, Kevin and the mayor.