This year, my 2-year old son James' NCAA tourney picks were determined thusly:
We wrote the names of two teams on the chalkboard section of his easel, and played "The Erase Game" - James would "make one team go bye-bye" by erasing it, and the one he left was his pick!
A coin flip before each pick determined on which side of the chalkboard we placed the higher-seeded team (in case, for instance, he just decided to erase the team on the left side each time).
You laugh...but check out his pics (if you can,they're in my handwriting lol). He has Ohio in the Elite 8, Ohio State in the Final Four, NC State in the Championship game and Baylor winning it all. Now, as of the time I'm writing this, all those teams are still alive...if any of that happens, he'll have a shot at winning because most if not all people don't have any of those teams going that far!
We could have a situation where a 2 year old beats 20+ thirtysomethings in the NCAA tourney pool I'm in with my friends - who will NEVER BE ABLE TO LIVE THIS DOWN!!!!