12 Year Old Finishes 1st Out Of 11.57 Million In ESPN’s Bracket Challenge – GetBetterToday.com

12 Year Old Finishes 1st Out Of 11.57 Million In ESPN’s Bracket Challenge

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Sam Holtz, a 12-year-old boy from Lake Zurich (Illinois), finished in 1st in ESPN’s Bracket Challenge.

According to ESPN.com, approximately 11.57 people nationwide played for a chance to win a $20,000 Best Buy gift card and a trip to the 2015 Maui Invitational.

Seen in the video above, Holtz was covered in Duke Blue Devil attire for the championship game on Monday night.  When the Blue Devil’s officially defeated Wisconsin 68-63, Zurich was moved to the TOP SPOT in the Bracket Challenge.

Unfortunately, there’s one problem.  According to the contest rules, entries must be compelted by citizens over 18 years old.   Sam Holtz is only 12 and signed up with his dad’s email address.

 
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