2013 NCAA Tournament: Winner of This Year's Bracket on ESPN Named 'Lennay Kekua Entry'

By Dan Parzych
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The 2013 NCAA Tournament was one of the more difficult years to pick a winner from considering there seemed like 20 teams that were capable of winning the National Championship, but it was the Louisville Cardinals who came out on top thanks to an impressive 82-76 win over the Michigan Wolverines on Monday. Whether you happen to be a fan of college basketball or not, one of the most exciting parts of the tournament each year is filling out a bracket and trying to predict the winner–whether it’s a pool in your office or simply one with your friends.

ESPN tends to be one of the most popular sites to fill out a bracket on considering they receive millions of entrees each year and thanks to the Cardinals coming out on top this year–it appears the winner of this year’s bracket was named “Lennay Kekua Entry.”

For those of you that don’t remember, Lennay Kekua was the name of the fake girlfriend of Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o in the hoax incident he was part of this year and while the jokes have settled down a bit over the last couple of months–they could be coming out once again after this winning entry.

With the amount of entrees they receive each year, most folks seem like they would have a better shot at winning the lottery before they win the bracket on ESPN–so props to the clever individual who won this year’s contest and is quickly becoming a national icon thanks to his hilarious name.

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