Haha, sorry guys, if there's money on the line looks like I'm out. Apparently it would be unfair :p. Check out the memo I just got from one Jeremy Foley (University of Florida athletic director).
With spring break and the Men's and Women's basketball tournaments starting, I want to make sure you are aware of these rules.
Since you work with student-athletes and are employees of the UAA, the NCAA rules state that it is NOT permissible to:
Provide any information (e.g., reports concerning team morale, game plans, and injuries to team members) to any individual that could assist anyone involved in organized gambling activities.
Place a bet on any intercollegiate or professional athletics contest (this would include participating in "Bracket Pools.")
Accept a bet or bribe or agreeing to through or fix or influence illegally the outcome of any intercollegiate contest.
In other words, it is not permissible for you or any other coach or staff member to fill out a bracket for the NCAA Basketball Tournaments.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call or e-mail me.
I laughed when I read it....