The March 29, 2015 Time Machine contest features the following question:
How many total points will be scored in the Mens NCAA Basketball championship on April 6th, 2015?
If you have access to an actual time machine, you can of course simply travel to April 6th and retrieve the answer. If you don’t have access to a time machine, it will be helpful to familiarize yourself with United States NCAA basketball and the massively-popular, end-of-season national championship tournament known as “March Madness.” Fun Fact: It’s estimated that more than 50 million people will fill out a tournament bracket to predict the winner this year!
Start by reviewing this Wikipedia article.
Next, review history! This page provides the final score of all the NCAA championship games since 1939.
Of course, every year is different—different teams, different styles of offense, different coaches.
1. People like to guess round numbers, so stay out of the pack by predicting a NOT-round number.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Do I have to hit the number exactly or can I win by just being close?
A: This isn’t the game Horse Shoes. To win Time Machine, you must provide the exact, right answer.
Q: What is the deadline for entering?
A: All entries must be in by the tip-off of the game on April 6th, 2015.
Q: When will the winner(s) be revealed?
A: All winners will be revealed on or before April 7, 2015.
Q: What should an entry look like?
A: Your entry should be a two-, or three-digit number.
Q: Where can I enter?
A: You can learn more about Time Machine and enter HERE.
Q: When will the next Time Machine game start
A: A new Time Machine contest will start on April 7, 2015.
Q: My time machine is in the shop (Flux Capacitor leak). Can I borrow a friend’s?
A: Yes, our rules allow you to use another person’s time machine. However, you must travel to the future yourself. You cannot send someone else to the future to get the answer for you.