It is definitely March Madness now! And the NCAA tournament finals is about to tip off. People from all over the country have their March Madness Bracket in hand now. Some people are very sure on their picks, others are still doubtful. If you are one of those who still doubt your bracket, then fear not. That is natural. In fact, even if you are sure in your bracket, we suggest you always take another look at it before the big game starts. 

Whatever the case may be, we've got you covered with some last minute tips for filling out your bracket,

Offense over Defense - Believe it or not, defense ain't all it's cracked up to be in the Big Dance. It’s all about the basketball in. So the team you need to choose are the teams that are good especially in the 3 points line. Only once since the institution of the three-point line in 1986 has a college basketball champion been crowned without scoring at least 77 points per game.

No No. 1 Ever Fail To Make It - A No. 1 seed has never fallen to a No. 16 seed in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Never, ever, ever. So if you're a betting for March madness, you might as well slot all the No. 1s into the round of 32.

1 + 1 + 1 + 1? - Don't get too excited about your No. 1 seeds, though. Only once have all four of the top teams advanced to the Final Four—in 2008, when Kansas, Memphis, North Carolina and UCLA all made it to the Alamodome. That being said, 33 percent of the time, the Final Four features two No. 1 seeds, so choose wisely. As such, expect at least one team from among the quartet of Kentucky, UNC, Michigan State and Syracuse to fall short of expectations. The Orange look like the most vulnerable to go without Fab Melo, though the Spartans and the Tar Heels both figure to be challenged in the Elite Eight by Big 12 powers (Missouri and Kansas, respectively).

Make Seeding A Lot of Fun - No. 9 seeds hold a slight edge in winning percentage of No. 8 seeds in the round of 64. That puts Alabama, Southern Mississippi, Saint Louis and defending champion Connecticut in prime position to advance past Creighton, Kansas State, Memphis and Iowa State, respectively. Don't just blindly move all the nines into the next round, though. UConn, with its tremendous talent and experience, is the best bet to move on, while Creighton and Kansas State look like good buys to "surprise" as No. 8 seeds.

Elsewhere, you can count on at least one No. 12 seed springing an upset on a No. 5 seed this week. VCU looks liable to keep that tradition going, just one year removed from a miraculous run to the Final Four, by beating Wichita State.Long Beach State has the guard play to upend New Mexico. Temple hasn't played well of late, but should benefit from playing either Cal or South Florida from the "First Four."Here's hoping you're (or can I include mine too and say our?) March madness bracket can really come a long way this march madness season. Let's enjoy this month now!

It is March! And it is the favorite month of sports lover. This is mainly because of March madness or the NCAA men’s basketball tournament finals. Everybody loves March madness. What’s not to love? It has all the action that a sports event would have, plus filling out March madness bracket is exciting and challenging at the same time!

March madness indeed has everything that sports is all about. There is the hope that comes from the No. 16 seed, the March madness brackets and the commentators that only come around once a year. March Madness is a tournament that goes beyond a college basketball fanbase. Today, every Americans knows March madness. Everyone has a bracket, even the President. So what makes March Madness really stands up from the rest? Here are some points on in it.

The Cinderella – Every year, there is always a Cinderella team that emerge. This is one of the best parts of the NCAA tournament. The fact that any team can push through and win their conference title in pursuit of a national title and actually get the chance to win it is what makes the tourney great. The Cinderella doesn’t win much, but they still draw a ton of bandwagon fans during the first week of the tournament. After all, it’s always fun to root for the underdog.

March Madness Bracket – March madness bracket is a phenomenon! Other sports have tried to use the same type of format to drum up a following for the post season, but nothing compares to Bracketology. Not only does the President carry a bracket, but I am pretty sure everyone from secretary to CEO does as well. March Madness reigns over the lively world of cubicle cities everywhere.

The Fall of Goliath Teams - Just as much fun as it is to watch the Cinderella succeed, watching the big seeds team fall is a bit fun as well. There will always be puffed-up seeds for a number of reasons. Whether they won in an overrated conference that performs well historically, or if they slammed a bunch of low level talent, it’s fun to watch the overrated fall.

The Commentators - The unique commentary that comes with college basketball is unbeatable. Names like Joe Lunardi, Jay Bilas and Gus Johnson. Johnson is really all you need with his awesome on-air scream for a team’s deep three-point game-winning shot. The others bring great commentary and hilarity to the selection process and keep the tournament what it is meant to be: fun.

The Dance Lines - One of the best pieces of the pageantry that comes with the tournament is the dance lines. After all, the half-court show is as much a part of the game as free throws, am I right? No matter who your favorite team is, you can always appreciate the other guy’s team colors when it is being worn by one of the young ladies that take to the court at halftime.

There is no other tournament that takes over the country quite like March Madness. So enjoy this month and jump into the March madness craze!