65 Reasons a 96-Team Tournament Wouldn't Work


From Gary Williams's passionate plea -- "It's for the kids!" -- to NCAA wonks afraid they will be laid off, many arguments of conviction have been made to expand the NCAA basketball tournament from 65 to as many as 96 teams. Coaches and administrators with impeccable integrity have also built reasoned cases for staying the course.

John Calipari also weighed in, along with this 30-something, hip, awesome, new-jack cat at The Post with a blog and a Twitter account (because that's how we reward our techno-savvy whiz kids here).

But I already forget what both of them said.

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