Quibbl Madness: Sweet 16, Day 1

Here are the quibbls for each NCAA tournament game on Thursday, March 22nd, the first day of the Sweet 16.  Quibbl’s “Beyond the Bracket” challenge is giving out prizes to whoever makes the most correct predictions each round. So if your bracket was busted in Round 1 when Virginia lost to UMBC, or in Round... Continue Reading →

Quibbl Madness: Round of 32, Sunday Games

Here are the quibbls for each NCAA tournament game on Sunday, March 18th, the second day of the second round. Quibbl’s “Beyond the Bracket” challenge is giving out prizes to whoever makes the most correct predictions each round. So if your bracket was busted in Round 1, obviously you should make these picks.  When the... Continue Reading →

Quibbl Madness: Round of 32, Saturday Games

Here are the quibbls for each NCAA tournament game on Saturday, March 17th, the first day of the second round. Quibbl’s “Beyond the Bracket” challenge is giving out prizes to whoever makes the most correct predictions each round. So if your bracket was busted in Round 1, obviously you should make these picks.  When the... Continue Reading →

Quibbl March Madness: Friday’s Games

Friday, March 16th is the second day of March Madness - the conclusion of the first round. Here are the quibbls for each game on Friday. Quibbl’s “Beyond the Bracket” challenge is giving out prizes to whoever makes the most correct predictions each round. When the games are over, check your status on the Quibbl Sports... Continue Reading →

Quibbl March Madness: Thursday’s Games

March Madness tips off on Thursday, March 15th. Here are the quibbls for each game on the first day. Quibbl's "Beyond the Bracket" challenge is giving out prizes to whoever makes the most correct predictions each round. When the games are over, check your status on the Quibbl Sports #MarchMadness2018 leaderboard. Thursday Games: 1st Block... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Quibbl Was Wrong About the Olympics

The fresh powder has settled on the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Before the games began, Quibbl asked which country would win the most medals. Nearly 70% of users quibbled that the American athletes would accumulate the most combined gold, silver and bronze medals during the two weeks of competition. But the U.S.... Continue Reading →

Quibbl Results: Tax Reform

Politics Leaderboard Update President Trump finally outlined the GOPs tax reform plan. Were Quibbl users right or wrong about the details? By Ben Purcell All summer long, as Republicans hashed out a tax reform plan, pundits across the political spectrum debated what should happen and what could happen with the country's tax laws. Amidst all... Continue Reading →

Apple vs Samsung

  Apple vs Samsung: A Symbiotic Rivalry They're two of the world’s largest, most profitable and most powerful companies. They're competitors in the most booming industry in the world: tech. They've even sued each other. But the futures of Apple and Samsung are surprisingly interconnected. By Andrew Prescott Kingsbury How we got here Everybody knows... Continue Reading →

Hurricane Aftermath

Quibbl checks in on the relief efforts in Texas, Florida and Georgia as the US recovers from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. By Morgan Lee Hurricane Harvey Here’s what you know Harvey made landfall August 25th on the Texas gulf coast as a Category 4 hurricane and remained in the Gulf of Mexico until August 30th.... Continue Reading →

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