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Tournament Gets Better as it Gets Bigger

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IN THE MIDST of my 22nd year in this business, I can say that I'm no longer much of a purist about most things in sports.

I've accepted change as inevitable.

That's why I can't get all worked up over the fact that there again is serious debate about expanding the men's NCAA Tournament from 65 to 96 teams.

I couldn't care less, one way or the other.

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