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The March Madness Flowchart: Where to Catch a Game, Obsess Over Your Brackets

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Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 9:00 AM
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March Madness just started, and whether you spent much too much time filling out your bracket or gave up and just let Nate Silver take the wheel, you probably could use a place with beer and maybe even with good food to catch the games. And so, this edition of our food flowchart gives you a few options for where you can watch some quality college basketball, obsess over your bracket selections and cross your fingers that your alma mater makes it at least to the Sweet Sixteen. Even if -- or especially if -- the odds may not be ever in their favor (go Bears!). It's March Madness, after all. Turn the page.

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