The last perfect bracket among NCAA Tournament fans was busted Thursday.
Gregg Nigl, a 40-year-old neuropsychologist from Ohio, created the bracket on NCAA.com.
Nigl didn't even realize his bracket was still in tact on Tuesday, having correctly predicted the outcome of all 48 games that had been played so far.
"It's really unbelievable. I didn't expect this at all. It was the fourth bracket I filled out. I almost didn't fill it out. It's kind of a fluke," Nigl said.
Nigl even changed his Twitter name to "Gregg 'Perfect Bracket' Nigl."
Well, Mr. Perfect is no more after Purdue's overtime win over Tennessee.
Nigl's is the only bracket to ever enter the Sweet 16 unblemished in the five years the NCAA began tracking online brackets from its own site, ESPN, CBS, Yahoo, Fox, and Sports Illustrated.
Nigl has Gonzaga winning the tournament over Kentucky.
March Madness: Last perfect bracket busted