Transcript for Savant vs. In-fant: The Finals
So, we want to check in with our resident hoops expert. Hello, Alyssa. Now, Alyssa used to work at ESPN and she actually won ESPN's March Madness poll back in 2013, not only did she pick both the winning team, but she also picked the winning score. Like, that takes -- that's the kicker, the score. We introduced this last week for this year's tournament, she's competing against my highly competitive 3-year-old son Alec in a segment we're calling "Savant versus infant." Alec made some unconventional picks. Where do we stand now, Alyssa? I predicted 43 games correctly, and Alec did strong at 18. Wait, Alec was at 18 last week. Yes, he was. He's not really doing well basically. Well, seeing how Alec's prediction for the championship game was Montana versus Iowa state, I think it's safe right now to declare Alyssa the winner of the "Savant versus infant" Okay, okay. Let's not get ahead of ourselves here. While it may appear Alyssa won, my son Alec has written a statement. It is as follows -- Hold on, your 3-year-old wrote a statement? He didn't want to be left out of the conversation. I refuse to concede defeat in obviously fraudulent perfidious competition. Alyssa filled out a bracket on espn.com where she used to win and now coincidentally she wins? Suspicious. In all my three years, I have never witnessed such a blatant example of skullduggery. Hold up. I possibly would have believed he wrote that until skullduggery. He goes to a really good school. Well, you know, when with that, Alyssa won the contest. Congratulations, Alyssa. Alyssa, congratulations. It does break my heart that the beautiful world of sports gambling has been broken because of this tomfoolery. But I will get past it. 18 to 43? Good job, Alyssa. Thank you. Good job. Alec, better luck next year.
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