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Pete Carroll looks like ... a golden retriever named Daisy? Yes, it’s March Sadness!

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz reveals the Midwest region bracket in its annual comedic take on bracket madness.

On Monday, The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz revealed the March Sadness bracket for this year’s tournament.

March Sadness is an annual tradition on the show, a comedic spin on March Madness brackets. Dan and the crew generate a crowd-sourced bracket of people in sports and who they look like based off of their appearance (#lookslike).

Like in years past, all throughout the tournament the crew will be pitting “#lookslikes” against one another for a battle to the end. And for the first time ever, DraftKings offered a $1,000 prize Free-To-Play pool, which locked on Selection Sunday.

In the segment above from Monday’s show, the crew broke down the Midwest region, with notable #lookslikes including Travis Kelce representing No. 1 seed Houston (“Travis Kelce looks like the one white guy at an HBCU), Pete Carroll representing No. 4 Indiana (Pete Carroll looks like a golden retriever named Daisy) and Tyler Herro representing No. 5 Miami (Tyler Herro looks like he claims Machine Gun Kelly has done more for hip hop than Dr. Dre).

As noted by Mike Ryan, more March Sadness matchups will be revealed throughout the week. People definitely took note of the voice of March Sadness, Juju, although some also had questions ...


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