The history of the NCAA Tournament
has always been perfect since the NCAA's website has tracked it. every single game is right in the first two rounds, including the first-round ups of Liberty, UC Irvine and Murray State. The bracket also predicted that the runs for all those teams would end in the second round and that the favorites would prevail.
So who does the bracket have in the Final Four, you ask? Three No. 1 seeds (Duke, Virginia, Gonzaga) and one no. 2 (Kentucky). The bracket has Gonzaga beating Kentucky for the title.
They've been perfect, so maybe the run will continue over the remaining 15 games.
Oh, and wondering how improbable it is to pick 48 straight games correctly? NCAA shares the odds at 1 in 281,474,976,710,656, although it has a coin flip rather than a matchup between some heavily favored teams. Regardless, we know how prevalent upsets can be, so this person's achievement is nothing short of spectacular.