This is how unlikely it is that you will pick perfect bracket
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Think the odds are long for winning the Powerball? That's nothing compared to your chances of having a perfect bracket for the NCAA tournament.
Depaul University mathematics professor Jeff Bergen says the odds of making all of the right picks are less than one in 9.2 quintillion.
A quintillion is about a billion billion.
Bergen says it would be easier to win the Mega Millions lottery two times in a row -- or for the next 16 World Series to be won by the Chicago Cubs and White Sox.
The tournament begins two weeks from Tuesday.
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