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RACHEL: We had so many people looking for help this week, we figured we'd bring in two guys to ignore their questions instead of the usual one. And not just any two guys. In honor of this being Final Four weekend, we're bringing out the vets.
You were on the only team to win the NCAA tournament as a No. 8 seed, plus you have that whole zany life experience thing now. So we figure you must give good advice.
|Villanova's upset over Georgetown in 1985 is one of the most famous games in NCAA history.|
GARY: That's a no-win, being your kid's coach. Plus you can get hit in the head. RACHEL: What about being a bracket coach? Ben Stoker in Middletown, N.J. writes, "By some gross twist of fate, I seem to be winning our office pool. Suddenly, senior vice presidents are coming up to chat with me, and a few of the cute girls now ask me questions about college basketball. The problem is, I'm a total fraud and picked my bracket pretty much at random but I don't want to give up the attention I'm getting. What are some handy phrases I can toss around to keep impressing everyone?"
|Ed Pinckney went on to play in the NBA, but he'll always be remembered for his college days.|