You start off by selecting the teams for your bracket. To do this, all you have to do is step through the choices presented to you and in seconds (or minutes if you’re indecisive) the bracket will be filled out for you. Grab the code or sent to your favorite location via the WidgetBox distribution tool.
The widget will display your bracket selections with indications of whether you’re correct or not. It’s a pretty straight forward and simple tool for keeping track of and showing off your tournament bracket selections. There’s no registration or special requirements so it’s easy to setup and use.
Tourney Madness (description from about page):
Choose who you think will win in this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
User the bracket builder to make your selection, put the widget on your site, share with your friends!
This widget keeps track of what you got right and what you go wrong and keeps track of your score.
BTW, those aren’t really our picks. It’s just the highest seeded teams…
We’ve been looking, but haven’t found any good widgets for the NCAA Tournament. If anyone knows of any, please let us know. In the meantime, we’ve built a pretty simple widget that displays the tournament bracket. The widget will auto update the bracket every 60 seconds.
Feel free to grab the widget for yourself. This was built for ourselves so don’t expect too much. However, we may update the widget occasionally.
March Madness is well underway, don’t miss any of the action…
Update (2009-12-25): Widget removed due to changes in the Clearspring Platform and lack of interest in this widget.
This is a reminder that Round 1 of the NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Championship kicks off on March 20th. If you haven’t already, go check out NCAA® March Madness® on Demand.
Here’s what you get…
This year, for the first time ever, you’ll be able to watch every game* of the NCAA Championship live online for free. All 63 games, from the First Round through the Final Four including the Championship Game, will be available with NCAA March Madness on Demand so you’ll never have to miss a single shot.
There may even be some VIP passes still available. The VIP pass will help you avoid long lines on game day.
Best of all, it’s free. There’s no reason to miss a great game.
March 20 & 21:
March 22 & 23:
March 27 & 28:
March 29 & 30:
BTW: If anyone has come across any 2008 March Madness widgets, please let us know…
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Being able to watch the games online is great but we also had widgets to keep up-to-date on things last year. You can’t ever get enough March Madness coverage and the widgets were a good way to always stay on top of what’s going on. Let’s hope we get all the same widgets we had last year and more…
It’s been a great tournament so far and it’s come down to the Final Four. It’s a couple of #2 seeds vs. #1 seeds (#2 UCLA vs. #1 Florida and #2 Georgetown vs. #1 Ohio State). These are must see games…
The question this week is, “will UCLA have a repeat of last year’s finals or will they show up and put Florida to task?” Let’s hope UCLA remembers all too well what happened last year and brings it all to the court on March 31st.
Georgetown is back in the Final Four for the first time since 1985 and they look like they’re playing at their peak. Ohio State is going to have their hands full and better watch out. The Hoyas have a long history and tradition. Especially with the win over North Carolina, they’re not just going to let this go without a fight.
Hint: If you want the above widget with the default view on the Final Four. Grab the code as usual, but edit the code param_pDefaultRegionIndex=0 to param_pDefaultRegionIndex=4 (2 locations in the object/embed code, you can ignore the third location in the link code).