Wanna Know What Happens In A March Madness Game Slightly Before It Airs On TV? Use This PasswordS

Sure, it's the most boring way to watch the year's most exciting sporting event. But it might help you win money from dopes at the bar.

Reader Kyle writes in:

In listening to the radio broadcast of the Marquette post game, ESPN Milwaukee went to the Buzz Williams presser early, but just in time to hear the individual running the press conference to give out the Stats Broadcast password. So, if you're sitting in a bar right now and want to impress your friends (or win a bar wager), browse on over to stats broadcast and pick the site of the game you're watching.

From there, pick the game and you'll be prompted for a password. That password, as broadcast on ESPN Milwaukee, is: NCAAMedia. Depending on broadcasting delay, you may get a slight edge from the official stats feed and the opportunity to bet on that big shot going in (knowing it will).

What are you waiting for, suckers? Here's a link for all the games.