Found March 27, 2013 on
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As the saying goes, kids do the darndest things. And 13-year old Steven Izzo is no different. While filling out his NCAA Tournament bracket before the tournament began last Thursday, he came upon a dilemma.
Much like everyone else, Steven had Michigan State meeting up with Duke in the Sweet 16. At the time his father checked in on his picks, Steven had not yet picked a winner to the game that, as he picked, will be played Friday night in Indianapolis.
Father Tom revealed Steven’s pick Wednesday on the Mike and Mike Show on ESPN Radio.
“The damn kid picked Duke.”
Izzo wasn’t happy. He added that while the game matters to some for whether they win their office pool, ”my son’s problem is whether he even eats at my house again.”
Chef Steven better be ready.
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