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A PROPOSED NIFTY 96 TEAM BRACKET

I wrote last week that I supported tentatively some sort of expansion of the NCAA basketball tourney so that the regular season and tournament winners from each conference go to ensure each conference gets its best team overall in the NCAAs. 

Here’s one proposed 96 team bracket.  Perhaps some early games are not great but it would be interesting to alums and fans of that particular conference. 

Again, I am not sold on 96 teams.  But we need some expansion since the major conferences will insist on several representatives from each of those conferences.  Each conference, no matter how small, needs its best team in the NCAAs.

About Elwood Sanders

Elwood “Sandy” Sanders is a Hanover attorney who is an Appellate Procedure Consultant for Lantagne Legal Printing and has written ten scholarly legal articles. Sandy was also Virginia’s first Appellate Defender and also helped bring curling in VA! (None of these titles imply any endorsement of Sanders’ views)

One Response to “A PROPOSED NIFTY 96 TEAM BRACKET”

  1. Tom White says:

    When you see it put down like that, it really does not look as bad as I thought it would.

    I am pretty much convinced.

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    Tom White Says:

    Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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