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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Salty, Mar 27, 2010.
So wht would you like to see
Please vote, because after the NCAA winner is announced, no one will care. :tear:
Vote early, vote often :tongue3:
say, how about the loosing NCAA men's team playing the winner of the womens NCAA team?
No to double elimination. No to the NCAA/NIT winners playing.
We can eliminate one At-large bid and get rid of the silly play in game...er, I mean opening round. But with that cat out of the bag and with NCAA all but saying expansion is wanted by the networks, expanding the opening round either to eliminate the weak sisters or lower seeded power conference teams is all but certain.
agree with Tom, and do away with the stupid "play-in game."
What should they do? "Play-out"?
I'm talking about that silly game they added a few years back, where two teams play for one of the #16 seeds.
I think it's silly. Just pick the 64 teams and be done with it. Having a 65th team is silly. Key concept of this post: silly. Like the idea. silly.
Eliminate one of the 34 at large bids and the play in is no longer needed. But that'll never happen. That means the Big East or ACC will lose a spot, and we can't have that now, can we?
Actually, it might mean a deserving team from one of the middle power conferences (Big Ten, SEC) might lose a spot in reality. But did the Big East deserve 8 slots this year?