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F*cking Legend, Bijan Robinson Has the Perfect Bracket so Far

Only 60 Perfect March Madness Brackets Remain, and Bijan’s Among Them

F*cking Legend, Bijan Robinson Has the Perfect Bracket so Far
Atlanta Falcons running back Bijan Robinson | Jorge Lemus / NurPhoto / NurPhoto via AFP

Super Star Bijan 🤑

Something tells me Bijan’s bracket is about to be busted…

Move over Oakland, as the biggest March Madness upset had nothing to do with Kentucky. Falcons star running back Bijan Robinson somehow had a perfect bracket during the first day of the NCAAB tournament.

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First Kirk Cousins, now a delightful bracket, Bijan is really #winning in March. This also means that Robinson had less than zero faith in Coach Cal, and we should have followed his lead.

Now, something tells me Bijan’s bracket is about to be busted (who doesn’t love great alliteration, btw). I know this because the playmaker has Texas cutting down the nets and the Horns may not even make it through the weekend.

So yeah, I would not necessarily head to Vegas with his picks. Cool story though.

 

Bijan’s Final Four: Don’t Mess With Texas

In case you’re wondering, Robinson has yet to have Cinderella lasting long. The NFL star has NC State beating Oakland to advance to the Sweet 16.

Other notable Bijan picks include North Carolina losing to a national park. That’s right, Robinson has UNC losing to the Grand Canyon. Robinson also has Gonzaga upsetting Purdue.

Bijan’s Final Four picks have serious “Don’t mess with Texas” vibes. Robinson has Texas, Baylor, UConn, and Houston in the Final Four.

I’ll save you the math. That’s three teams from the state of Texas. Some call Connecticut the Texas of the North. No one has ever said that.

 

So, Are Bijan and Pitts Going to Get the Ball?

When Robinson eventually retires as a bracketologist, how will the Falcons look next season? I had a chance to interview Robinson during Super Bowl week, and the playmaker sounded excited about the team’s potential for 2024.

This was even before the team landed Kirk Cousins. Okay, maybe slightly overpaid but it’s not our money, right?

Those who had Robinson and Kyle Pitts on their fantasy teams were super frustrated last season. I can’t imagine Atlanta not wanting to get a good ROI on their quarterback investment.

As for the Falcons as a team, the NFC South is not particularly intimidating. Atlanta has as good of a chance as any franchise to win the division.

Especially if Robinson plays as well alongside Cousins as he is with his bracket.

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