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Review-Journal March Madness Challenge final standings

Updated April 4, 2024 - 8:49 am

Pro handicappers Paul Stone and Bruce Marshall tied for first place in the Review-Journal March Madness Challenge with 12-5 ATS records. They hit both of their best bets to finish with 14 points each.

The tiebreaker is the national champion pick. Stone has Connecticut, which is favored to win the title. Marshall has Tennessee, which was eliminated by Purdue in the Elite Eight.

Here are the final standings:

Paul Stone

@PaulStoneSports

Last week: 4-1

Overall record: 12-5

Points: 14

Champion: Connecticut

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Bruce Marshall

VegasInsider.com

Last week: 4-1

Overall record: 12-5

Points: 14

Champion: Tennessee

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Doug Fitz

Systemplays.com

Last week: 4-1

Overall record: 10-7

Points: 11

Champion: Purdue

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Todd Dewey

Review-Journal

Last week: 5-0

Overall record: 10-7

Points: 11

Champion: Kentucky

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Wes Reynolds

VSiN host, @WesReynolds1

Last week: 4-1

Overall record: 8-9

Points: 9

Champion: Purdue

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Kelly Stewart

@KellyInVegas

Last week: 3-2

Overall record: 8-9

Points: 8

Champion: Creighton

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