I used to enter both ESPN's mens and womens tournament challenges. With the women, I'd pick all high seeds and usually finish in the top 10 percent. There were very few bracket-busting upsets.
This year, it's the mens tournament where all 1,2 and 3 seeds are in the Sweet 16. Last night, three womens teams seeded either two or three in their regions lost. The women have eight more games tonight, but already have more upsets and parity than the men.