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Fox Sports Radio Experts Make Their NCAA Tournament Picks

 Fox Sports Radio Experts Make Their NCAA Tournament Picks

The greatest radio lineup ever assembled has filled out their brackets and penciled in their Final Four and National Champion predictions for the 2019 NCAA Tournament as your favorite hosts at Fox Sports Radio have been kind enough to share their cunning wherewithal for March Madness.

Check out the chart below and see the percentage breakdowns from our 29 FSR hosts.

Bracket Breakdown

Final Four Prediction

1. Duke: 25/29 (86.2%) EAST

2. Tennessee: 18/29 (62.0%) SOUTH

3. North Carolina: 17/29 (58.6%) MIDWEST

4. Kentucky: 12/29 (41.4%) MIDWEST

5. Gonzaga: 11/29 (37.9%) WEST

6. Virginia: 9/29 (31.0%) SOUTH

7. Michigan: 7/29 (24.1%) WEST

Texas Tech: 7/29 (24.1%) WEST

9. Michigan State: 4/29 (13.7%) EAST

10. Buffalo: 3/29 (10.3%) WEST

11. Wisconsin: 1/29 (3.4%) SOUTH

Syracuse: 1/29 (3.4%) WEST

National Champion Prediction:

1. Duke: 16/29 (55.1%) – Colin Cowherd, Joy Taylor, Rich Eisen, RJ Bell, Chris Broussard, Ben Maller, Jonas Knox, Jason McIntyre, Steve Hartman, Ephraim Salaam, Dahntay Jones, Rich Ohrnberger, Brady Quinn, Chris Plank, Lincoln Kennedy, Arnie Spanier.

2. North Carolina 4/29 (13.7%) – Rob Parker, Mike Harmon, Bucky Brooks, Bernie Fratto.

Virginia 4/29 (13.7%) – Brian Noe, Jason Martin, Dan Beyer, Jason Smith.

4. Kentucky 2/29 (6.9%) – Doug Gottlieb, Anthony Gargano.

Gonzaga 2/29 (6.9%) – Aaron Torres, Bill Plaschke.

6. Tennessee 1/29 (3.4%) – Clay Travis.

Bold Prophecies:

Buffalo to the Final Four – Rob Parker, Rich Ohrnberger, Arnie Spanier.

Kentucky winning it all – Doug Gottlieb, Anthony Gargano.

Gonzaga winning it all – Aaron Torres, Bill Plaschke.

Lone Wolves:

Syracuse to the Final Four – Jason Smith.

Wisconsin to the Final Four – Rich Ohrnberger.

The Oracle:

Tennessee Volunteers National Champions – Clay Travis.