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With a 68-team tournament, the Big Dance means endless possibilities. According to DePaul University math professorJeffrey Burgan,there are more than 147.5 quintillion (that's 147,500,000,000,000,000,000) ways to fill out a bracket.

It's no surprise then that no one has ever filled out a perfect bracket!

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9.22 Quintillion possible outcomes. The answer is a result of 2^63.

9,223,372,036,854,780,000

2^63

Q: How many different combinations of games can there possibly be for the March Madness College Basketball Tournament with a field of 64 teams?

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