In a surprising move that has disappointed many, the NCAA has expanded to allow 3 more teams - from 65 to 68 - starting next year. Also, CBS and Turner jointly will broadcast the tournament, putting the tournament's every game on television. Coaches have almost uniformly welcomed this, though disappointed since they were hoping expansion would be more to the 96 teams the power conferences wanted. I've yet to see details of who these teams are and that may be the best part. Would these seeds be floating seeds? This year, the play in (opening round) is for a 16 seed. You know they're not going to expand to get four games weak sister conferences. I can't fathom four play ins for 16 seeds. Maybe the plan will be to have what the NCAA always says: take 68 teams, seed them, and let the play ins happen as they will. If you have this year, Miss St and Va Tech, let them play for a chance to be the 12 seed for instance. It's an interesting development. I wonder if it does set the stage for more expansion later since the conf commissioners, coaches, ADs and presidents didn't get what they wanted this time around.