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All-inclusive NCAA tournament
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BREAKING: The ACC coaches will propose an all-inclusive NCAA tournament, sources told @stadium. The coaches just finished the call and voted unanimously on this.

Sounds good on the surface, but the only reason for it is to insure more P5 conference teams get in w/o the weak OOC teams to pad their schedule...

For example, an 18-12 NCAA team could be 6-12 if playing only conference games making them ineligible for the NCAA tourney.

What happens to the NIT(which the NCAA owns) and others?

This is what would happen if/when P5 teams split from NCAA or play P5-only schedules. How long would rabid NCAA FB or BB teams put up with sub .500 seasons?
(This post was last modified: 09-09-2020 09:46 AM by WesternBlazer.)
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The SECs wet dream.
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