http://www.ncaa.org/wps/portal/ncaa...hampionships/tourney+to+begin+with+first+four The NCAA has announced the details - sort of - of the new 68 team field for March. The "First Four" as the NCAA happily names it will occur prior to the Thurs-Sunday games. Two games will feature seeds 65-68, with the winners to face two awaiting #1 seeds. The other two games are comprised of the last four of the now 37 at large teams in (the NCAA gleefully says this will make a historic announcement of those last four teams in) whose winners will be placed anywhere from an 8-9 game to a 11 seed or 12 seed. Essentially, you will have two 10 seeds playing, and two 12 seeds in the other at large bracket or pod. The games can be played at one site or a combination of sites yet to be determined. In order to avoid the "play-in" monniker, the NCAA has deemed the above to be the tourney's first round. The Thurs-Fri games are the second round, while Sat-Sunday's titanic struggles will be known as the third round. Got that? :tongue3: Your reaction?