Here's the spreadsheet in all its updated glory:
- Of course, nothing has changed in that Kyle is mathematically unbeatable. Congrats, buddy.
- If Kentucky wins, Kyle will have 385 points out of a possible 477. Not bad, really, considering the upsets this year. Last year the winner only had 322 and the average was in the 280's. In a year with fewer upsets (like 2008), the scores can be in low 400's.
- If Kansas wins, Richard and Zach will tie for second place. If Kentucky wins, Zach will claim second by one point.