By Liz Farmer
Daily Record Business Writer
They call it March Madness for a reason — and it’s not always about what happens on the basketball court.
During the first two days of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, which started Thursday, offices around the country are transformed, and otherwise normal employees can become strangely insane.
Conservative business attire is ditched for unfashionably bright team colors, pizza and other junk food replaces the well-rounded lunch, and the only conferences going on in conference rooms are during commercial breaks to discuss how everyone’s bracket predictions are faring.
The tournament can create quite a dilemma for people when normal life interferes with their alma maters’ games.