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Lunardi explains how the 2021 NCAA Tournament could look
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RE: Lunardi explains how the 2021 NCAA Tournament could look
Opinion. We all know the NCAA will most likely not make any changes. IMO the NCAA should at least even up the regions by creating another "First Four" site thereby allowing each region to consist of an equal 18 teams.

In his scenario, it would be best for regular-season champions to sit out their respective conference tournaments to guarantee each conference two automatic bids. Notice he doesn't explain what would happen if the regular season champion and the tournament champion was the same school. Would the loser of the conference championship game get the 2nd bid or the 2nd place regular season finisher. OR would that bid disappear and be added to the at-large bids?
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