Just for fun I went back and checked the 19 geniuses who gave their post-season predictions on ESPN.
Now before giving you results, let's look at the math. The likelihood of getting a single series right is 1 in 2. The likelihood of getting two series right is 1 in 4. And so forth.
So how many ESPN experts correctly predicted the outcome of all four of the four division series? Since the odds of running the board are just 1 in 16, in a normal distribution of results you might have expected just 1 of the 19 experts to get it all right. But none did. Not one.
Similarly, the chances of an expert getting all 4 series wrong is just 1 in 16. So how many of the 19 got all 4 series wrong? Six!