Who was the biggest snub? AZ ST? ILL ST? Someone else? Who got in that shouldn'tve? Arizona? Kentucky? (the latter was the lowest RPI at large pick) Any surprises? I'm amused that TENN got a #2 seed. 11 of the last 15 years the team with #1 in the RPI has gotten a 1 seed. No team has had #1 RPI and #1 Strength of Schedule and not gotten a #1 seed...until this year. Tennessee made history. Four months of work negated by going 1-1 in four days. And the committee says RPI, SOS, and your "body of work" is what counts? In the "Golden Spoon" category, NC will not have to leave a 3.5 hour radius of its campus until it goes to the Final Four. No surprise there. Bob Knight suggested expanding to 128 and having the #1 play #65, #2 play #66, and so on. Then your top 64 remaining teams play like the current format. Interesting proposal, one I'd never heard before. Don't think I care for it, but I thought it was thought-provoking. Be sure to sign up for our bracket competition.