2010 NCAA Tournament: Alex Hermann, the Kid With the Perfect Bracket

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St Mary's over Richmond—and then Villanova? Check. 

Northern Iowa over Kansas? Count it.

Cornell in the Sweet 16? Obviously.  

And of course, Ohio U. routing Georgetown in the first round. Lock.

So when the author of the only known "perfect bracket" in America thinks Kansas State will beat Purdue for the national championship, who are we to question Kansas State's interior presence—or whether Purdue can keep advancing without Robbie Hummel? 

Yes, Alex Hermann, a 17-year-old Chicago-area native with autism, instead of memorizing the periodic table in chemistry class, concocted the perfect bracket.

Of 48 games played, he has 48 games correctly predicted.&nb...

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