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NCAA.com | March 27, 2014

TBS Sullivan & Son bracket challenge

 

 

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The bar regulars are back for another round of laughs as Sullivan & Son returns for its third season this June on TBS. Starring popular comedian Steve Byrne, Sullivan & Son is executive-produced by Vince Vaughn. With a dynamic and diverse cast of characters, the show brings outrageous humor and politically incorrect zingers that only friends and family can get away with. Especially when they’ve had a beer or two at their favorite bar.

Given their affinity for smack-talking, we engaged the show's four comedians -- Roy, Owen, Steve and Ahmed -- to offer weekly insight (or lack of insight) every Wednesday on their featured bracket, tipping off with their bracket challenge choices:

Roy

After a few bracket busters (thanks, Dayton) I am sitting comfortably in 11,000th place ... which is right where I want to be, before making my big move in the Sweet 16. If I could go back and do it all over again, I think I wouldn't picked all the teams that won. The fact that I'm this inept at picking basketball games should be a red flag to all of you to never go with me to Vegas. LOL!

Owen

Syracuse's loss was devastating to my bracket. Unfortunately for Dayton, they still have to live in Dayton. Still confident I will win, however, primarily just because I'm taller than Steve, Roy and Ahmed.

Steve

Like most folks, I won't be collecting my $1 billion dollars from Warren Buffet. Kansas got bumped, Duke got bumped and Pitt didn't fare too well either. I haven't been this let down since The Phantom Menace. In the immortal words of any Cleveland Browns fan, "Maybe next year!"

Ahmed

Duke was knocked out of my bracket early on and some of my teams were as well. It's been a exciting March Madness so far and there are teams I didn't expect to excel. But I still don't mind ranking third amongst my cast mates so the beat goes on!

 

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