H2: Hasselbeck's son picking right on the money
Posted by Danny O'Neil
By Aaron Levine, Sports Director Q13 FOX
Picks aren't always a bad thing for a quarterback. At least not when they're NCAA Tournament picks made by your 5-year-old son.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's son, Henry, has earned acclaim for his ability to pick tournament winners. On Sunday, Hasselbeck pointed out that Henry's rank on ESPN.com was 645 while teammate Justin Forsett's bracket ranked 5,030,029.
Q13 followed up to point that with the field narrowed to 16 teams, Henry Hasselbeck's bracket ranks No. 103. That's out of a pool of almost 6 million entries.
Henry's secret for success? He picked his favorite mascots, according to a Twitter post from Dad.
And for the record, Henry did have Washington advancing as he liked the "Husky dogs."
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