Say Hello to NCAA Vault, Adieu to Productivity


It’s March, which can only mean we’re on the cusp of that Great American Workplace Productivity Suck known as the Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. Usually, the three weeks of March Madness are passed by updating office-pool rankings, watching split-screen highlights on CBS, and checking if you still qualify for Yahoo’s $1 million grand prize for submitting a perfect bracket.  But today, the college basketball bigwigs have upped the ante. In partnership with Thought Equity Motion, the NCAA has launched the aptly named Vault, which contains full, commercial-free footage of 150 tournament games from the past decade — every Sweet 16 game on to the championship from 2000 through last year.

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