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Atlanta Falcons star running back Bijan Robinson excelled on the field in his rookie season in the NFL. But as it turns out, he may have missed his true calling as a college basketball analyst if his NCAA Tournament bracket is any indication.

Through one day of the NCAA Tournament, there were just under 2,000 perfect brackets remaining on ESPN’s Tournament Challenge platform.

One of which miraculously came from Robinson, who correctly predicted all the big upsets on Day 1 of the big dance, most notably Oakland’s shocking victory over Kentucky.

Robinson is notably a Texas alum. So it may not be all that shocking to see that Robinson has Texas ultimately cutting down the nets at the end of the tournament.

Regardless, it is ridiculously impressive to see Robinson correctly predicting every game thus far. And even he appeared to be quite surprised at all the success that he had in his bracket.

“Perfect day 1 haha kinda dope,” Robinson wrote in a Twitter/X post.

Will Robinson ultimately do something that nobody has ever done and fill out the perfect NCAA Tournament bracket? Probably not, but he has as good of a chance as anyone.

It will be interesting to see how he does in Friday’s games. Particularly because he has some huge upsets in Friday’s games, including No. 15 seed Western Kentucky taking out No. 2 seed Marquette in the South Region of his bracket.

That may seem a bit crazy, but it is hard to argue with his result thus far…

[Bijan Robinson on Twitter/X]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.