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2.10.12 - Vote for Jude!

Our resident statistician Jude Burger has been selected as a finalist for the NCAA Selection U's Super 10 Contest!  If he's selected, he'll be able to assist in a 3- day mock selection experience during which the group will select and seed the fans version of the 2012 NCAA’s Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket.  We feel like our statistical data would be super helpful in this process!  You can vote daily, and we appreciate your help.

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3.14.11 - FREE Stickers

We just got some new stickers in and want to do something with them.  How bout we give them away?   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  us your name address and we'll send you out some free stickers.  We won't use your email address for anything else, and will delete the email containing your address immediately after we mail out the stickers.  Here's a quick shot of what they look like:



2.20.11 - You Can Help StatJunkie Run.

Help keep StatJunkie running from year to year by donating via PayPal.  It's our passion to bring our statistical model college basketball tournament forecasts to you for free.  Please help us do this by throwing a couple bucks our way to help pay our bills.  In doing so, we'll be able to update the predictions more frequently, and will continue to hone our model even sharper year after year.  Thanks much for any contributions you can make! 



Now that we're closing in on the end of the regular NCAA Basketball season, we will be updating our March Madness Statistical Predictions more frequently.  This is the part of the season where conference play really affects some of the "safe" bid predictions, but more importantly those Bubble-In and Bubble-Out teams.

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